Bobcats are the present and future face of Texas
We exist to help them.
Thank You To Everyone who Generously Donated
SCHOLARSHIPS and FELLOWSHIPS
We attract hard-working, curious and creative, daring, and determined students to Texas State. Our students work a lot, both in their studies and to make their studies possible. Everything they have, they have earned. And our students are grateful for your support.
ENDOWED Scholarships and Fellowships
Donor Support Makes a Difference
Student success is our top priority, and the financial support we’re able to provide our Bobcats makes a difference and helps them stay on track toward graduation.
Nina Vaca Empowering the NEXT
Richard and Nan Garcia
Cheryl & Larry S. Kilby
Maroon and Gold
Inspired to Give
We know experiences outside the classroom are crucial to preparing our students for the world beyond college. Whether that’s working on a faculty-mentored project, securing an internship, studying abroad, or finding a group of Bobcats who get just as psyched about everything from keeping the river clean to building a business, we want “hands-on” to always be a part of the Bobcat experience.
Bobcat IDEA Center
The Stelos Scholars program is a highly competitive scholars’ program for community-minded and intellectually gifted young leaders selected from among the university’s top-level scholarship recipients in the Honors College.
We Take Care Of Our Own
We’re continually adapting to
support our students with a host of specialized resources,
including academic support and advising, counseling and
health services, accessibility and disability services, and more.
Purple Pass Prelaw Support Fund
The Student Learning Assistance Center will be home to the new Purple Pass Prelaw Support Fund (purple being a marker of legal studies since Medieval times).
Funding is needed to provide mini-grants to student legal organizations to underwrite law school preparatory programming, including alumni panels, LSAT prep workshops, travel to regional law school prep summits, and promotion of a structured sequence of steps students can take to prepare for law school.
Funding is needed to support students in crisis to access supplemental services beyond the capacity of the counseling center to provide.
Emergency Grant Funding
Emergency grants are administered through the Division of Student Affairs and funding is needed to provide just-in-time grants up to $1,000 to support retention for students who are facing unanticipated financial shocks, often due to natural disasters or family emergencies.