Bangladesh Student Association is a student organization at Texas State University. We are dedicated to promoting goodwill, friendship, and understanding among the students at Texas State. Our aim is to present and project the life and culture of Bangladesh.
To promote friendship among Chinese student, American students and other Texas State students. To provide opportunities for cultural understanding and exchange on and off campus. To serve as a liaison between Chinese students and university and local community. To hold large scaled events regularly, such as the Spring Festival gala and the Mid-Autumn Festival Banquet.
The French Club is open to all students of all levels interested in French language and culture. It is a conversational group, but also provides help to students who may need help in their French language studies. Practice in the language and exploration in the culture is developed through conversation and social outings.
For more information, contact the President: Alec Trussell: email@example.com
The Indian Student Association was founded with the sole purpose of making a significant contribution in context to the student welfare at Texas State University. ISA wishes to extend its services to the general community so as to promote all round development concerning students in local, state, and national events. A forum for cross cultural interaction transcending all geographical boundaries ISA focus on the welfare of Indian Students Community but its doors are open to all students. From arranging to pickup newly and keep them in touch with their distant homeland ISA is involved in various activities towards these.
LU's mission is to empower our members through support and education of relevant issues; To connect our members to each other, our community and resources that will be influential in their future; Finally, to provide an example of leadership, grace and friendship that will serve to build and strengthen and community.
The Texas State Japanese Language & Culture Club (JLC) is a student organization dedicated to the education of Japanese language and culture to Texas State students and faculty through tutoring, weekly meetings, fund raising, and annual festivals. JLC is open to all students currently enrolled and current faculty of Texas State.
The Korean Culture Club hopes to bring together those who have a common interest in Korean culture and to broaden awareness of Korean culture to the entire student through diverse activities such as sharing Korean foods, enjoying K-pop together, and having special outings.
The Muslim Students Association of Texas State develops cooperation and understanding among Muslim students, students of other faiths and groups of non-faith, through respectful dialog, congregational prayers and cultural activities. The association creates a forum where members of the Texas State community can ask questions and learn, and it works to maintain a friendly and supportive campus environment where individuals can live, study and work as Muslims.
Student Association for Campus Activities Welcome to SACA! We are your primary source for free entertainment on campus. From comedians to Riverfest, we strive to provide fun and diverse programs that encourage fellowship and camaraderie among students. Be sure to check out our calendar of upcoming events for all of the latest happenings on campus.
VSA serves to promote cultural awareness, knowledge, and appreciation of the Vietnamese culture through the involvement of the general student body. Students have the opportunity to serve the community through philanthropic events and develop one's character through the growth and success of VSA. We are open to all races!
Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship- Weekly worship service, small group Bible studies, social activities, and evangelistic outreaches as well as community service events. Contact Rob Latimer, International Director, for more information.
Net Impact is an award-winning and provides members with hands-on experience at top quality, unique, sustainability projects on campus and along the IH 35 corridor. Net Impact is an organization of 60,000 global members including McCoy College’s gold chapter. Speakers at General Meetings bring first-hand knowledge on the 3P’s—people, planet and profit—in business including crowd funding and energy auditing innovators. Members learn through practice by becoming a project manager at one or more of the major projects. Projects are the backbone of the organization. Make a positive impact in the world participating in initiatives, such as, Up to Us (reducing the national debt Silver Award presented by President Clinton), Awake Aware America (blending technology and sustainability for “at promise” high school students recognized by President Obama), Circuit of the Americas (working with data collection and resource recovery at MOTO GP and FORMULA 1), Green Impact Campaign (auditing 54% of the buildings on campus saving the university $40,000) and other opportunities to lead and to learn.
Faculty Advisor(s): Dr. Janet Hale, firstname.lastname@example.org and Dr. Yvonne Eixmann, email@example.com
Students in International Business (SIB) is a student organization at Texas State University that welcomes students of all majors. The mission of SIB is to connect students to international business experience and assist them in their path to a career and leadership positions within the field of international business. The purpose of SIB is to increase student awareness about international business, create a forum for discussing international business issues, provide opportunities for students to interact with international business professionals, and prepare students for career and leadership positions in international business.
Faculty Advisor: Dr. Rob Konopaske, firstname.lastname@example.org