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Ways to Give

Make An Impact

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Create a Living Legacy

Perhaps the most influential investment in higher education, endowments create both an immediate and continuing impact. They also elevate the academic caliber of Texas State, giving us the competitive edge we need to draw the highest performing students and faculty to our university.

All In for Bobcats

It takes all of us to make Texas State the best it can be. When faculty and staff invest in our university through the annual fund drive, that pride and dedication has the power to inspire others to make a gift.

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Transformative Impact

As a leading public research university, Texas State has made unbelievable strides toward creating life changing impact. When you include us in your estate plan, you create tremendous opportunities for future leaders destined to transform our world.

Corporate Partnerships

From student scholarship endowments to outfitting university labs with cutting-edge technology, foundations and corporations all over the world are showing their support for academic excellence and dynamic research opportunities.

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Foundation Partnerships

Are you an officer of a private philanthropic foundation interested in partnering with Texas State? Please contact Texas State’s University Advancement to discuss how we can work together to help the university’s students and mission. 

Types of Gifts

DIRECT Make a Contribution

Texas State University accepts legal transfer of cash, securities, real estate, or personal property.
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Pledges Establish A Pledge

By combining gifts into a multi-year pledge, donors have a greater impact on the future of the university and its faculty and students.