With an enrollment of over 37,000 Bobcats, we're the fourth-largest public university in Texas. So the welcoming feeling you get the first time you step on campus might surprise you.
We offer nearly 100 bachelor's degrees in our diverse areas of study. Follow your passion whether it's in agriculture, business & administration, communication, education, health professions & human services, humanities & social sciences, science, technology, engineering & math, or visual & performing arts. And once you find your major, you'll have mentors across campus to help you through your experience.
Obtain more information about beginning your journey at Texas State by clicking on the admission category below that best describes you.
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Students who plan to attend Texas State after graduating high school, regardless of how many dual credit or transferable college credits you've earned while in high school.
Students who have completed 1-29 hours of college coursework, completed after high school graduation, at the time of application.
Students who have completed more than 30 hours of college coursework, completed after high school graduation, at the time of application.
Students who seek, or currently hold, an F-1 or J-1 visa and wish to attend Texas State, regardless of the number of completed college hours.
Students who have previously attended Texas State and want to return to campus to continue their studies after having been away for at least one long semester.
Students who have previously obtained one baccalaureate degree and wish to pursue a second undergraduate degree at Texas State.
Students who have prior college work and will not be working toward an undergraduate degree at Texas State.
Students who are pursuing a degree at another college or university and want to take courses during the summer on campus.
Students who have served, or are currently serving, in the military and have military transcripts.