Texas State University Staff Council Announces their Scholarship Application Process
The Texas State University Staff Council is pleased to announce that applications for the 2018-2019 Staff Council Scholarships will begin on January 31, 2018 and will end on February 28, 2018.
This year, Staff Council will be awarding two Graduate Scholarships and one Undergraduate Scholarship. Eligibility for the scholarships can be found on the Staff Council website....
The Staff Council Undergraduate and Graduate Scholarships are awarded annually to enhance, enrich, and provide increased status and support for Texas State staff members in their endeavor for higher education. The scholarships, which are funded entirely through fundraising and charitable contributions, provide $1,000 each to an undergraduate and a graduate staff member. These will be disbursed as $500 each long semester for each through the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships.
For additional information, including the application and nomination process, please visit the Staff Council website.
Staff Council delivered all of the food we collected during the food drive this morning and we brought in 1,304 pounds of food!! This is absolutely incredible and we are so very thankful to everyone that helped us out this year! You all did a wonderful job and together we have ensured that the holidays will be a little better for many families in San Marcos!
The text-to-911 service has been activated on the four major cellphone carriers – Verizon, AT&T, Sprint and T-Mobile – in Bastrop, Blanco, Burnet, Caldwell, Fayette, Hays, Lee, Llano, Travis and Williamson counties.
Dear Students, Staff, and Faculty:
This is a reminder that the Texas State Campus Carry open-link survey will close on Friday, October 6, 2017. Please provide us with your comments and suggestions by completing the online survey on the Campus Carry website: www.txstate.edu/campuscarry.
At this link, you will also find the text of the fall 2017 email message from the University President to student, staff, and faculty, in which she proposes the addition of two designate gun-...free zones to our policy. We look forward to hearing your thoughts on these suggestions.
Texas State University Campus Carry Reconvened Task Force
The Texas State University Staff Council is currently holding a special election for representatives from the Administrative, Service and Technical EEO categories.
If you or someone you work with is a passionate advocate for the role and well-being of the university’s staff, then consider nominating them or yourself to represent you on the Texas State Staff Council!
Nominations will take place ...
Monday, September 18 – Friday, September 22, 2017
Elections will be held
Monday, September 25 – Friday, September 29
To make a nomination, please visit:
For more information on EEO categories, please visit:
Tuesday's meeting also had special guests! Congratulations to all our Scholarship, Award, and Parking Permit winners!
Parking Permit Raffle Winners – Kelly Dunn, Administrative Assist III, College of Health Professions, and Joanne Palmer, Intellectual Property Contract Specialist, Office of Research and Sponsored Programs
Staff Excellence Award – Brendan Scott Coordinator, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs
Rodrigo Rodriguez Outstanding Custodian Award – Joe Carter..., Custodian, LBJ Student Center
Earl L. Moseley, Jr. Staff Community Service Award – Maggie Hutchins-Wagner, Grant Specialist, Department of Geography
Deborah & James Mathews Excellence in Collaboration – Carl Van Aacken, Coordinator, Learning Lab, Student Learning Assistance Center
Angelika Lester Wahl Staff Diversity Award – Fermin Torrez, Assistant Director, Custodial Operations
Graduate Scholarship – Elizabeth Hewett, Coordinator, Student Business Services
Undergraduate Scholarship – Patricia Clarke, Coordinator, University Registrar
Dear Texas State University Community,
Texas State University is canceling programs and activities beginning at 5:00 p.m. Friday, August 25, 2017,... and through the weekend in anticipation of Hurricane Harvey and its expected impact on Central Texas. Among the canceled events are Friday’s LBJ Picnic and Bobcats are Proud spirit rally; Saturday’s New Student Convocation; and Sunday’s soccer contest. By 5:00 p.m. Friday, the university administration will make an announcement regarding classes on Monday, August 28, 2017.
University services including residence halls, dining facilities, the University Police Department, and the Student Recreation Center will remain operational throughout the weekend. The Bobcat Shuttle service will be suspended on Saturday. While severe weather remains a factor, Texas State will continue to update information at these links:
· @TXST on Twitter
· @TxStateUPD on Twitter
Your personal safety is of paramount importance and we encourage you to exercise your best judgment during this weather event.
Denise M. Trauth
The results are in, and we are busy contacting the winners of this year's Staff Council Elections! Congratulations to all those who will be serving for the next two years... we'll all be meeting soon!
Look for drop sites around campus! The Staff Council Canned Food Drive is on until the end of June! If you're not sure where you can drop off food, leave us a message here, and we'll direct you to the nearest spot!