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Students Who Are Parents

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The Students Who Are Parents group is a great way to meet other Bobcat parents and get connected with relevant resources. If you are a currently enrolled undergraduate or graduate student, and also a parent, please join us! We would love to see you at our student parent events!

To get updates about the events and programs that are going on for student parents please submit your email address. You can also contact Tamara Corbier at, or Gracie Singer at with any questions you may have.

Once you join SWAP, you will be added to the SWAP Canvas site as a way to connect with other student parents virtually. The site also includes resources for student parents and ideas for activities for student parents and their children.

About the Student Parent Initiative

The student parent initiative has been created to ensure the success of students who are parents. The group is here to help student parents form a network with other student parents. 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.

Upcoming Events
Sign up for our emails to stay informed on SWAP events, upcoming dates, and other helpful information.

Self-Care with SWAP Webinar

Join us on September 29 from 11:00am-12:00pm for a self-care webinar featuring a presentation from the Counseling Center. Learn from Dr. Jones tips and tricks for de-stressing and making time for self-care. Please RSVP by September 22. We look forward to seeing you soon!

SWAP Pumpkin Pickup

Join us on Saturday, October 24 from 9:00-11:00am for SWAP's Pumpkin Pickup! This is a drive-by style event and the first 24 families to RSVP will receive a pencil pouch refresh (for TXST student) and a family-friendly pumpkin craft kit! If you'd also like to show off a costume, we'd love to see it! We can't wait to see you all soon!

Resources for Students Who Are Parents