Find a student organization that fits your interests and personality. There are currently 554 recognized involvement opportunities at Texas State. Attend a meeting-- you will be welcomed. For information on organizations, visit the Student Organizations Council website.
Consider a Chartered Student Organization. Many student leaders are involved in one or more of these organizations that partner with various departments to develop their skills while contributing to the educational mission of the University. For a list of Chartered Student Organizations, visit the Leadership Institute.
Create or Join an Intramural Sports Team or Sport Club. Visit the Campus Recreation website for information.
Volunteer! Texas State students have traditionally been very generous with their time. The Student Volunteer Connection can get you started.
Work for Texas State as a Student Leader. Be a Resident Assistant, Orientation Leader, Supplemental Instruction Leader, Cat Camp Counselor, SLAC Tutor, Residence Hall Desk Worker, University Ambassador, PACE Mentor, or work for Bobcat Preview. Many jobs are posted regularly on Jobs4Cats. Student employment at Texas State can often be much more than just a job, providing you with leadership development opportunities as well as highly transferable skills.