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Students

Texas State has a variety of resources, both student-led and led by professional providers, for promoting inclusion and recognizing diversity within our community. Find a program that speaks to you, or one that challenges you to grow.

Education and Development

Through degree programs, workshops and trainings, develop skills and abilities for navigating our diverse world. Explore scholarship opportunities for students of diverse abilities, identities and more.

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Clubs and Organizations

Connect with your peers in dedicated communities for different groups, covering race and nationality, gender and sexuality, veterans’ status and more. Student-led groups include:

We are a Hispanic-Serving Institution

The U.S. Department of Education granted Texas State official recognition as a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) in September 2010. To receive this designation, an institution must have an enrollment of undergraduate full-time-equivalent students that is at least 25% Hispanic.

Learn more about HSI and resources available to Hispanic students.

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Resources and Services

We know that discrimination and bias interfere with the ability to learn, work and live successfully. The resources on this page are intended to support our community as we work to improve the university as a whole.

Mental Health and Safety

If you are a Texas State student, the Counseling Center can provide mental health treatment and referrals as needed. If you are a Texas State employee, visit the Minds Matter website for more info. You can find additional resources on our Safety site.

Diversity Connections directory

The Diversity Connections directory helps students connect with Texas State faculty and staff who can serve as mentors, advocates, and a support system.

Visit the Diversity Connections Directory