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Strategic Partnerships

The Texas State University System cultivates strategic partnerships with business, industry, government agencies, community organizations, educational entities, and nonprofit partners to drive innovation and create meaningful social impact. 


Quanta Services

Texas State University System and Quanta Services, Inc. have partnered to create a premiere, national model for industry and university system collaboration that increases access to TSUS’s diverse talent pipeline, custom training and development for Quanta employees, and leverages expertise to support research and innovation.


As a Grow with Google partner, the Texas State University System now offers Google Career Certificates to help learners develop skills to start or advance their careers in high-growth fields. The Google Career Certificate program is a completely online training program that offers professional certificates in high-demand fields. 


The Texas State University System has partnered with Indeed, a leading global hiring platform, to implement the Job Search Academy training program designed to equip students and alumni with the skills and knowledge needed to conduct successful job searches to advance their careers. The program, offered at all TSUS institutions, focuses on 5 areas: Job Search, Resume Writing, Interview Prep, Offer Evaluation, and Career Direction.

Harmony Public Schools

The Texas State University System (TSUS) and Harmony Public Schools (HPS) partnership expands collaborative efforts aimed at supporting HPS graduates as they apply to, advance in, and graduate from a TSUS member institution. The partnership is designed to increase HPS graduates’ attendance, retention and college graduation rates by developing strategies to address the challenges of HPS students, many of whom are first-generation college students from low-income families.

National Association of System Heads

The Texas State University System (TSUS) is a member of the National Association of System Heads (NASH) and working collaboratively with other systems to increase degree completion, improve social mobility, and reduce student debt. TSUS institutions are using NASH’s improvement science model to increase curricular flexibility.