Texas State University System

Lamar University

Lamar University


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Texas State University

San Marcos


Lamar State College-Port Arthur

Sam Houston State University

Sam Houston State University



Lamar Institute of Technology


Texas State University RR

Texas State University

Round Rock Campus

Sul Ross State University

Sul Ross State University


Lamar State College Orange

Lamar State College-Orange

Latest News from TSUS

Board of Regents Recognizes Outstanding Teachers, Staff with Regents’ Awards

The Board of Regents of the Texas State University System today recognized two Texas State University educators and a longtime Lamar University employee for outstanding performance and commitment to the mission of their institutions.
February 16, 2018

Board of Regents Chair Appoints Advisory Committee for Lamar State College-Orange Presidential Search

Rossanna Salazar, chair of the Board of Regents of the Texas State University System, has appointed nine individuals to serve on the Advisory Search Committee for the next president of Lamar State College-Orange.
February 8, 2018

Candice Woodruff Joins TSUS Governmental Relations Office

Chancellor Brian McCall announced today that Candice Woodruff, formerly a senior policy advisor to Gov. Greg Abbott, has joined the Texas State University System's Governmental Relations Office as director of policy and planning.
January 17, 2018

Productivity Dashboard Highlights

Bar Graph, 11% state average, 2% TSUS average

Administrative Cost Per Student

Since 2010 the state average has increased 11% while the TSUS average has increased only 2%.

line graph, 2006 to 2016, 11% higher growth in degrees awarded than the state

Degrees Awarded

Over the past decade, the number of degrees and certificates earned at TSUS institutions increased 54%, a growth rate 11% higher than the state.

infographic, 22% less state appropriation per student than all public state universities

State Appropriation Per Student

The average state appropriation per TSUS student was 22% less than the average state appropriation for all Texas public universities.