Bobcat Preview Sponsors
Bobcat Preview is thankful to have an outstanding group of sponsors that help support the program each year. These campus partners are here as a resource to all students and we highly encourage you to learn more about them by visiting their offices! Below you will find some information about each of our sponsors.
Barefoot was founded on the novel & rebellious idea that Texas State gear should be cool, target centric, uniquely designed & professionally displayed. In our minds, offering the same tired Texas State logos in bland shopping environments designed to sell textbooks doesn't radiate the words cool or college. Barefoot IS college! We are here to revolutionize Texas State apparel in a fun & exciting environment.
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Through Career Services, students have access to a wide array of career-related programs, resources, and career development support. Individual career counseling and planning assistance is available to students as they select a major and establish their career goals. Workshops focused on career development and professionalism are offered throughout the school-year to help in the transition from student to professional.
Resources are available to assist students find part-time, full-time, college work-study, internships, and summer employment through our online resource, Jobs4Cats. Career Services host approximately ten career events per long semester. These events bring hundreds of employers to campus with both internship and regular employment opportunities for students and alumni.
For more information about Career Services, visit www.careerservices.txstate.edu
The Common Experience at Texas State
The Common Experience at Texas State is a yearlong initiative that cultivates a conversation on a theme, encouraging student participation and fostering a sense of community throughout the campus and beyond. The Common Experience brings students together to engage with a powerful Common Reading book, explore related topics in University Seminar and other courses, and participate in events throughout the year. Students will hear renowned speakers address the theme, see related films, and explore by way of the fine arts, dialogues, and other avenues.
The 2018-19 Common Experience theme is Innovation.
The Common Reading book is The Runaway Species: How Human Creativity Remakes the World by neuroscientist David Eagleman and composer Anthony Brandt.
For more information, visit txstate.edu/commonexperience
The LBJ Student Center
The LBJ Student Center hopes to become an important part of your Texas State family by providing services and programs that enhance your academic experience and foster a sense of community. We offer opportunities for leadership development, involvement, and personal and professional growth. This is your place, where you and your friends can feel at home while making the most of our variety of services and activities.
For more information about this office, please visit http://www.lbjsc.txstate.edu
Retention Management and Planning
We are dedicated to student success – your success – in the classroom, in our campus community, and throughout your life. That means serving a diverse and inclusive student community with programs and services that make our campus a safe, open and welcoming environment for every student. Whether you need help with class or adjusting to Texas State’s campus, our office is the place to go. Find a mentor through our Bobcat Bond program, get academic assistance at our Brilliant Bobcats workshops, receive guidance from our peer leaders, gather resources for student parents, transfer students, commuter students and much more! Stop by our house and you’ll find that success lives here!
Student Health Center
The Texas State Student Health Center provides primary, women’s and psychiatric healthcare services to university students. We have experienced healthcare providers, including physicians and nurse practitioners. All services are offered by appointment. Medical, laboratory, digital radiography and pharmacy services are available on-site. The Student Health Center offers affordable prices for college students and health insurance coverage is not required to receive care. The Student Health Center does offer a university-endorsed student health insurance plan for students without insurance or those seeking more affordable coverage.
For more information about this office, please visit http://www.healthcenter.txstate.edu
Student Learning Assistance Center (SLAC)
The Student Learning Assistance Center (SLAC) provides a wide range of academic support programs for the needs of a diverse student population. Whether students are seeking help with course content, study skills, or test preparation, SLAC provides assistance with a walk-in tutoring lab, Supplemental Instruction, Veterans Tutoring Veterans, campus presentations, and online services.
For more information about this office, please visit http://www.txstate.edu/slac
University Seminar is a course designed to help meet transitional needs of new Texas State University students. The course encourages reflection upon the value and nature of a university education, as well as helping students to develop strategies for life-long learning. Course content includes class discussion, student participation, and involvement in the university community. University departments, speakers, and events are commonly used resources for US 1100.
For more information about University Seminar, visit www.txstate.edu/universityseminar