Texas State University, located in San Marcos, Texas, is proud to play a starring role in The Wittliff Collections Festival. Through this high-profile event, the university will raise awareness of the importance of preserving the cultural heritage of the Southwest while raising private support for new acquisitions.
About Texas State University
Texas State’s nearly 38,000 students choose from 99 bachelor’s, 93 master’s and 14 doctoral degree programs offered by the following colleges: Applied Arts, McCoy College of Business Administration, Education, Fine Arts and Communication, Health Professions, Honors College, Liberal Arts, Science and Engineering, University College, and The Graduate College. As an Emerging Research University, Texas State offers opportunities for discovery and innovation to faculty and students.
Students come from around the globe, and the student body is diverse with 55 percent of Texas State students identifying as ethnic minorities. Texas State is the number one university in Texas for helping at-risk students graduate and is classified as a Hispanic-Serving Institution by the U.S. Department of Education.
Texas State’s San Marcos campus is located in a growing community of more than 60,000 people in the Austin Metropolitan Area. Nestled in the Texas Hill Country, where blackland prairies roll into beautiful hills, Texas State enjoys a setting that is unique among Texas universities. The location on the banks of the San Marcos River provides recreational activities for students throughout the year.
As the university’s student population has grown — from 303 in 1903 to 38,231 in 2019 — the San Marcos campus also has expanded. Today, the campus has grown to 500 acres. Texas State has an additional 4,500 acres of academic, agricultural, research and recreational areas.
The Texas State Round Rock Campus covers 101 acres north of Austin. The campus is a hub for health professions programs, and students can take upper-level courses leading to bachelor’s degrees and complete master’s degree and certificate programs. Students who complete their degree requirements at the Round Rock Campus earn their degrees from Texas State University.
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The Texas State University Mission
Texas State University is a doctoral-granting, student-centered institution dedicated to excellence and innovation in teaching, research, including creative expression, and service. The university strives to create new knowledge, to embrace a diversity of people and ideas, to foster cultural and economic development, and to prepare its graduates to participate fully and freely as citizens of Texas, the nation, and the world.