With more than 9,200 acres of wild and scenic land, TSUS's Christmas Mountains range is a unique destination for researchers, students and outdoor enthusiasts.
The Texas Invasive Species Institute works to control and eradicate invasive species like the zebra mussel, which harm the state's environment and economy.
Since 2010 the state average has increased 11% while the TSUS average has increased only 2%.
Over the past decade, the number of degrees and certificates earned at TSUS institutions increased 54%, a growth rate 11% higher than the state.
The average state appropriation per TSUS student was 22% less than the average state appropriation for all Texas public universities.