The Texas State University System Board of Regents today elected Charlie Amato of San Antonio as chairman of the board, Duke Austin as first vice chairman, and Garry Crain as second vice chairman. All three were elected unanimously during the board's virtual quarterly meeting.
Enrollment at Texas State University System institutions reached a record high this semester, despite challenges caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Fall 2020 preliminary headcount enrollment at TSUS’s seven member institutions is 87,387 - a one percent increase compared to Fall 2019.
The Texas State University System Foundation today announced winners of the 2020 Regents’ Awards, which recognize outstanding faculty, staff, and students for their professional and academic achievements.
The Board of Regents of the Texas State University System unanimously confirmed Alisa White, Ph.D., as president of Sam Houston State University during a special called meeting today. Dr. White will officially assume the presidency Aug. 10.
Early estimates from across the Texas State University System show a dramatic increase in Summer I session enrollment. Across the System's seven member institutions, headcount enrollment is up 18 percent compared to the 2019 Summer I session.
Chancellor Brian McCall has selected Alisa White, Ph.D., as sole finalist for the presidency of Sam Houston State University. Dr. White, currently president of Austin Peay State University in Clarksville, Tennessee, was selected from a field of 120 candidates.
Chancellor Brian McCall has selected Pete P. Gallego as sole finalist in the search for Sul Ross State University’s next president. Gallego, an Alpine attorney who served as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives and Texas House of Representatives, was selected from a field of nearly 40 candidates following a national search.
An advisory search committee appointed to vet candidates for the presidency of Sul Ross State University, and chaired by TSUS Regent Dionicio (Don) Flores, has recommended three finalists to interview with Chancellor Brian McCall.
The Texas State University System’s seven member institutions have begun plans to resume face-to-face instruction this fall, while implementing enhanced health and safety measures to minimize the spread of COVID-19.
Lamar Institute of Technology, Lamar State College Orange, and Lamar State College Port Arthur—known collectively as the Lamar State Colleges—are reporting a dramatic year-to-year enrollment increase, spurred by a 25 percent tuition cut that took effect last fall.
Sam Houston State University’s College of Osteopathic Medicine received pre-accreditation status from the Commission on Osteopathic College Accreditation (COCA) at its August Executive Board meeting in Washington D.C.
The Texas State University System Foundation today announced 2019 recipients of the System’s four Regents’ Awards, which recognize outstanding faculty, staff and students from TSUS’s seven member institutions.
Students at Lamar Institute of Technology, Lamar State College Orange, and Lamar State College Port Arthur will pay substantially lower tuition and fees starting this fall. Officials from the Texas State University System announced the tuition cut during a news conference in Beaumont.
The Texas State University System Board of Regents has unanimously approved a resolution supporting Lamar University President Ken Evans, Ph.D., in response to criticism from a small but vocal group of LU faculty.