Founded 1899 to prepare the best teachers in the Lone Star State, Texas State University has a legacy of preparing students to make an impact in the world. Texas State’s 38,000 students choose from more than 200 bachelor’s, master’s, and doctoral degrees at our San Marcos and Round Rock campuses. As a Hispanic-Serving Institution, our community reflects the variety and diversity of Texas. We are a top destination for transfer students, and we are especially dedicated to seeing our first-generation college students reach their full academic potential. Texas State has been named among the nation’s best institutions by both U.S. News and World Report and the Princeton Review.
Texas State is an Emerging Research University with specialties in water resource management and conservation, forensic anthropology, education and healthcare. With 562 faculty research projects and $64.6 million in research and development expenditures in FY 2019, Texas State is committed to applied research that can change the world. Our faculty and students are generating new knowledge, catalyzing ideas into reality, and pushing the boundaries in every discipline.