DaLyah D. Jones
Post-Graduation: Staff writer, The Texas Observer; previously a producer and reporter, All Things Considered, KUT/NPR
Texas State taught me how to be a go-getter. I was going above and beyond to succeed, because that was what was expected of me at Texas State.
Humanities & Social Sciences
2018, B.S. in Electrical Engineering
Post-Graduation: Memory Systems Engineer, Dell
The way my professors conducted their classes, they prepared me for the work. It was a ready-for-anything situation.
Agriculture & Nutrition
2015, B.S. Animal Science/Pre-Veterinary
Post-Graduation: Sara is currently in her fourth and final year of vet school at Texas A&M (the fourth year is the clinical year). She will graduate in May 2019 and plans to go into small animal private practice.
One of my favorite professors inspired me to learn and do as well as I could and never accept second best. His expectations had me in the right mindset to start vet school.
Business & Administration
2014, B.B.A. Accounting and Finance
Post-Graduation: Stephanie is part of a team that invests billions in commercial real estate for the Teacher Retirement System of Texas.
It was Texas State that taught me to be fearless, to pursue my passion.
Health Professions & Human Services
Jose de Jesus Garcia-Cuellar
2014, M.S. Clinical Social Work
Post-Graduation: Established “Own Your Happiness,” his own private practice social work/therapy clinic in Austin.
I love what I do. I take every client seriously. I love going to my office each morning and preparing for my next client.
Visual & Performing Arts
2017, B.S.F.C.S. in Interior Design, Minor in Business
Post-Graduation: Courtney works for The Jordan Group, a small interior design firm of six brilliant, like-minded and hardworking women.
The professors go above and beyond to prepare you for the industry, and Texas State offers plenty of networking opportunities. Professor Hill even helped me get my freelance business started.