Texas State University

San Marcos, Texas

Team Name: Bobcats

Address: 601 University Dr., San Marcos, TX 78666

Web: TXState.edu

Phone: 512-245-2111

Facebook: TXSTATEU

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Undergraduate Enrollment33,175
Acceptance Rate85.90%
In-State Tuition$395
Out-of-State Tuition$803

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Texas State University

San Marcos, Texas

Making sure students are ready to create the future they want to live in is the goal every day at Texas State University, whether the dream is to invent revolutionary technology, to shake up Wall Street as an entrepreneur, or to capture the world’s imagination with art.

Texas State’s inclusive community of 38,000 undergraduate and graduate students reflects the variety and diversity of human experience. It’s a top destination for transfer students that’s also dedicated to supporting first-generation college students.

The Personalized Academic and Career Exploration Center helps students match their interests and ambitions to an academic path that supports their life goals. Extensive support services help students achieve their goals despite any challenge—academic, personal, health, or financial. Texas State faculty, upper-level students, and alumni serve as mentors, helping students realize how they can shape tomorrow.

The vast majority of Texas State students graduate with résumé-quality experience in their fields. Career development professionals serve both current students and alumni in their professional development and growth.



Acceptance Rate85.90%
Median composite SAT score1080
Median ACT score22
Undergraduate Enrollment33,175
Students on Financial Aid72%


In-State Tuition$395
Out-of-State Tuition$803
Room and Board$7,001+


African American Students10%
Asian American Students3%
Hispanic Students42%
International Students1%
Male/Female Ratio40/60


Greek SystemYes
Freshman Living on Campus69%
Freshmen Who Return75%
Student/Teacher Ratio20:1
Full-Time Faculty1404


Graduation in Four Years36%
Graduation Overall58%
Alumni Who Give $ to School4%