The Students Who Are Parents group is a great way to meet other Bobcat parents and get connected with relevant resources.
If you are currently an enrolled student, undergraduate or graduate, that is a parent feel free to join us!! To get updates about the events and programs that are going on for student parents please submit your email address here or contact:
Jennifer Wood at email@example.com
We would love to see you at events this spring!
Stress management for the modern student parent
We understand that as a student parent, you are juggling a lot of responsibilities. Join us for a free lunch with Healthy Cats to learn and discuss ways to deal with stress, alone and with your family!
Date and time: Wednesday, February 8, 2017 at 12:00pm
Location: Center for Student Retention, the historic yellow house across from Chipotle
Please RSVP here.
The World According to Snoopy
Join us for a lunch together followed by a matinee performance of The World According to Snoopy, a Texas State Theatre production. Immediate family members welcome! (First 20 tickets will be free!)
Date and time: Saturday, February 18, 2017
Lunch will be held from 12:30-1:30. Then we will walk together to the show, which starts at 2:00pm
Location: Texas State University Performing Arts Center, Patti Strickel Harrison Theatre
Please RSVP here before Sunday February 12, 2017.
Free tickets will be given to the first 20 seats reserved.
The student parent initiative has been created to ensure the success of students that are parents. The group is here to help student parents form a network with other students that are parents and have similar experiences. To achieve this, the Office of Retention Management and Planning organizes luncheons and socials for student parents to have an opportunity to get to know each other.
Members of the Student Parent group also get notifications about relevant workshops going on around campus. Brilliant Bobcat workshops such as 'Nutrition 101', 'How to Live on a College Budget', and 'Where Does the Time Go?' are examples of workshops that have proven to be useful to Student Parents.
Program leaders in the Office of Retention Management and Planning have teamed up to create a unique mentoring opportunity for Student Parents. The Bobcat Bond program has added optional criteria to the mentor/ mentee application pertaining to being a parent so that Student Parents can find mentors that are able to relate to them on a yet another level.
Resource Connection is a list of local resources that can be useful to Student Parents. If students are having trouble getting connected with any of these resources they are always welcome to contact us for help.
School Supply Drive Distribution: Come pick up free school supplies for your children at the Center for Student Retention!
Resource Lunch at the Center for Student Retention: Come enjoy a free lunch and information about useful resources in the company of other student parents!
Holiday Social: Join us for arts and crafts, dinner, and a fun night at the Student Rec Center to kick off the holiday season! This is a great way to engage with other students who are parents and spend time with your families and friends.