Resources for Hispanic/Latinx Students
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.
Programs & Events
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.
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.
Great Resources and Opportunities!
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.
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.
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.
Conferences | Internships | Scholarships
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