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Resources for Hispanic/Latinx Students

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Joining a student organization is a great way to get connected and involved with the Hispanic/Latinx and Texas State community.  Texas State has over 300 student organizations on campus.

Below is a short list of organizations that open or specific to Hispanic/Latinx students.

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  • ALPFA

    Association for Latino Professionals in Finance and Accounting

    ALPFA expands opportunities for students who seek careers in accounting, finance, business and business related fields by empowering them to develop as leaders through the management of student chapters, delivering quality student programs focused on professional development, providing access to our industry network of professional members and sponsors, offering access to scholarship programs and creating opportunities to network with other students. 

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    First Generation Student Organization

    First Generation Student Organization (FGSO)

    FGSO offers mentoring, advice, and support to assist students in adjusting to college, while offering support in terms of success and study tips including campus resources.  FGSO paves an avenue for students to meet other first gen students while maintaining a good balance in school.
     
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     Grupo Folklorica Ocotochtli

    Grupo Folklorico Ocotochtli

    In November, 1993, ten students representing Hispanic organizations at the Texas State campus gathered to share their culture at the annual homecoming talent show. Because of an award winning performance, Grupo Folklorico emerged into a student campus organization.  Since its inception, it has shared in much success and has performed throughout the University and its surrounding community.

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    Hispanic Business Student Association

    Hispanic Business Student Association

    Our mission as students of Texas State University-San Marcos, in order to serve as a center for the procurement of knowledge, is to foster communication with the McCoy College of Business Administration, create opportunities within the academic and the business community with the intention of developing proper business acumen, provide a medium for cultural enrichment, and encourage the pursuit of true and ethical ideals.

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     Hombres Unidos

    Hombres Unidos

    HU is a brotherhood-based student organization that prepares Hispanic males for life-long success through civic engagement, dialogue and education.

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     Houston-Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation

    Houston-Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation

    H-LSAMP is designed to substantially increase the number of students graduating with baccalaureate degrees in the sciences, technology, engineering, and mathematics, particularly students from diverse backgrounds.  The H-LSAMP formal program enriches each scholar’s university experience through faculty mentoring, undergraduate research and internships, academic and career conferences, peer tutoring, interdisciplinary learning opportunities, and individualized support. Scholars also form the core of the Collaboative Learning Center helping fellow students in peer-to-peer collaborative learning.

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    Latinas Unidas

    Latinas Unidas

    LU's empowers members through support and education of relevant issues; to connects members to each other, our community and to resources that will be influential in their future; and finally, provides an example of leadership, grace and friendship that will serve to build and strengthen our community.

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    Latino Communication Association

    LCA is a multicultural organization that celebrates and embraces Latino culture while learning about and exploring new media. Through volunteer efforts and networking, LCA wants to benefit the Hispanic community as well as the San Marcos/Austin community.

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     League of United Latin American Citizens

    League of United Latin American Citizens

    LULAC advances the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of the Hispanic population of the United States.

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    Ritmo Latino Dance Society

    Ritmo Latino Dance Society

    Ritmo Latino Dance Society promotes the art and culture of Latin Dance to the Texas State community.  It provides an opportunity for dance-loving students to learn, practice and perform various kinds of Latin dance styles.

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     Society of Mexican American Engineers and Scientist

    Society of Mexican American Engineers and Scientist

    MAES creates an environment that promotes the advancement of emerging minority leaders within the STEM field.  MAES is a valuable resource among students for support of STEM majors at Texas State.

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    National Association of Hispanic Journalists

    National Association of Hispanic Journalist

    The National Association of Hispanic Journalists (NAHJ) is dedicated to the recognition and professional advancement of Hispanics in the news industry. Established in April 1984, NAHJ created a national voice and unified vision for all Hispanic journalists.

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Programs & Events

Hispanic Welcome Reception
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Hispanic Welcome Reception

Tuesday, September 18, 2018
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM 
LBJ Student Center Ballroom
Free - Please bring your Texas State ID Card
Light refreshments provided.

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Texas State welcomes Hispanic/Latinx new and transfer students with food, music, entertainment and resources. This event is a fun and communal opportunity to meet Hispanic/Latinx students, faculty, staff and organizations. The event includes a vendor browse session and a formal program hosted by Latinas Unidas and Hombres Unidos. 

Contributors & Sponsors:

Hombres Unidos, Latinas Unidas, Grupo Folkorico Ocotochli, Ritmo Latino Dance Company, Latina/o/x Minor Studies, Hispanic Policy Network, Alliance of Texas State, Coalition of Black Faculty & Staff, Office of Equity & Access and Office of Vice President for Student Affairs

 


Latina/o/x Minor Studies

The undergraduate minor in Latina/o Studies is a multidisciplinary university-wide program. Students learn about the social, political, economic, historical and cultural processes that impact Latina/o communities in the United States. The minor emphasizes applied skills and knowledge, including research skills, for better participating in our diverse society.

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Great Resources and Opportunities! 

USACUnderrepresented Student Advisor Council (USAC)

USAC is a programming and leadership development council comprised of various recognized Texa State student organizations.  USAC welcomes and supports organizations whose membership includes persons from groups which have been, and continue to be underrpresented in higher education.
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Alumni Association Hispanic ChapterHispanic Alumni Association

This chapter connects and mobilizes Hispanic alumni to strengthen and expand the opportunities for current and prospective students to succeed at Texas State and to establish closer contact between the University and Hispanic Alumni.

Hispanic Policy NetworkHispanic Policy Network

HPN is a staff and faculty organization committed to the improvement of higher education for Hispanics.  Their goal of educational advocacy, networking, recruitment, retention, scholarship assistance, culture promotion and working atmosphere help to create a warm and supportive campus climate for our Hispanic/Latino Students.

OpportunitiesConferences | Internships | Scholarships

A list of on- and off-campus scholarships, internships and conferences.  This list is intended to serve as a reference. Email us at osdi@txstate.edu with recommendations and brief description of the text about the article.