Allies of Texas State: provides resources and support for the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, and ally community.
Bobcat Bond Mentoring Program: The Mentoring Program helps 2nd year students and beyond become acclimate to campus and supports students through academic and social activities. Visit the Bobcat Bond Mentoring Program's online application to sign up to be a mentee or a mentor. First year students receive a mentor through the PACE Center.
Bobcat Bounty: Bobcat Bounty is the first student-run, on-campus food pantry at Texas State University. It is run by students under the direction of faculty from the Food Security Learning Community in the Nutrition & Foods Program.
Bobcat Shuttle: provides bus routes serving the City and Campus, as well as information for bus service to Austin and San Antonio.
Brilliant Bobcats: a workshop series focused on teaching students various strategies and helping them build skills for college success. Some general topics include time management, academic study skills, and self-care.
Career Services: find a job on or off campus, get assistance with job searching, job shadowing, finding an internship, and creating a resume.
Counseling Center: provides free and confidential services by professional counselors to all currently enrolled Texas State students.
Department of Campus Recreation: offers a variety of activities, such as adventure trips, cardio and weight room, intramural sports, swimming, outdoor equipment rental, indoor rock wall, sport clubs, and much more.
Department of Housing and Residential Life: provides welcoming living communities that foster academic success, campus engagement, and personal development.
Dine on Campus: provides information about meal plans, dining locations, and nutrition information.
Financial Aid and Scholarships: For more information about applying for financial aid and a list of scholarships specifically for foster youth
Office of Disability Services: provides information about services available for students with disabilities.
Office of Undergraduate Admissions: provides information on how to apply to Texas State. The Freshman page gives you instructions on how to apply to Texas State as a Freshman. The Transfer page gives you instructions on how to apply to Texas State as a Transfer Student. IMPORTANT: If you have any questions about admissions requirements, please contact the Office of Undergraduate Admissions, as they will be the best people to answer your questions. Their phone number is (512) 245-2364, and their email address is email@example.com.
Student Involvement @ LBJSC provides information about registered student organizations and how to start an organization. This is a great starting point for you to get involved on campus.
For a list of community resources, click here.
On-Campus Tutoring/Academic Support
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The Collaborative Learning Center is a free computer lab and tutoring center open to all students in the College of Science and Engineering. Students from the H-LSAMP Scholars Program offer free walk-in tutoring in the CLC Tutoring Center covering basic and advanced courses in biochemistry, biology, chemistry, computer science, engineering, engineering technology, mathematics and physics.
Location: RF Mitte 4th floor, Room #4203 and #4204
Phone: 512. 245.1674
The Texas State University-San Marcos Math Lab, sponsored by the Department of Mathematics, provides math tutoring in a personalized atmosphere.
Location: Derrick 233
Phone: (512) 245-2074
This computer lab also has tutors for French, German, Japanese, and Spanish. It is located in Centennial 225.Phone: 512-245-2360
SLAC provides Texas State students with academic assistance in a variety of subjects at no additional charge to the student. Please visit their website to see when tutors in specific subjects are available, when and where SI sessions are held, and to view helpful handouts for various content areas.
Phone: (512) 245-2515
SSS assists eligible first-generation college students, low income students and students with disabilities from all racial and ethnic backgrounds who have a need for academic and other support services in order to successfully complete their college education. Students can apply to be members of SSS at http://www.sdi.txstate.edu/sss/Apply/Student-Support-Services-Application.html For a complete list of the services provided to students who are accepted by SSS, please visit http://www.sdi.txstate.edu/sss/FAQ-Page.html
Phone: (512) 245-2275
The Writing Center’s trained tutors provide individual counseling in writing for Texas State students at any level of study. Please make appointments online at www.writingcenter.txstate.edu
Telephone: (512) 245-3018