USAC is a programming and leadership development council composed various recognized Texas State student organizations.
USAC welcomes and supports organizations whose membership includes persons from groups which have been, and continue to be, underrepresented in higher education. The mission of organizations who take part in USAC is to represent and promote diversity and equal opportunity initiatives in support of a pluralistic society.
Up and Coming Events
Join the Office of Student Diversity and Inclusion in partnership with USAC for Lunch and Learn. To register, click HERE.
Anthony Graves is also known as Death Row Exoneree 138. He spent more than 18 years in prison, 16 of those in solitary confinement, 12 on Texas Death Row, with two execution dates, for a crime he did not commit. With his steadfast focus on his innocence and the tireless work of The Innocence Network, he was vindicated and released in 2010.
Graves started the Anthony Graves Foundation to give children left behind by the criminal justice system a choice and a chance to live happy, productive lives and to become the powerful new foundation of our communities. AGF promotes fairness and affects reform in our criminal justice system by fighting for those who have been wrongfully convicted, those with overly harsh sentences, and cases of actual innocence.