LBJ Student Center Thanksgiving Break Hours:
Regular hours will resume Monday, November 27, 2017
What's Happening at the LBJSC:
Hunger and Homelessness Awareness Week 2017
November 29 - One Night Without a Home
The Amazing Race @ TXST
Come work off that Thanksgiving meal by joining SACA for The Amazing Race: TXST Edition on November 29, 2017. This unique race will involve clues and riddles about our beautiful campus that students will need to solve if they wish to take home a prize.
Come explore campus and expand your knowledge of TXST during this fun, adventurous, and FREE event!
We are more than a building...
The LBJ Student Center, or LBJSC, is your home for new experiences, ways to be involved on campus and services to help you succeed at Texas State. Here you will find everything you need to stay informed with what’s going on inside the LBJSC; learn the ins, outs and secrets of each floor and find out how you can Be Involved.
Stay connected through the LBJSC social media. Check out our Tumblr, written by a Texas State student; follow us on Twitter (@lbjsc) and Instagram or like us on Facebook . We even have a YouTube channel, so be a part of the conversation and post your own thoughts.
Socialize with us!
Be an involved Bobcat
So, you want to be involved in something greater, but you are not sure where to start. This is a campus with organizations and opportunities galore. Explore Student Involvement. Learn about student organizations, leadership opportunities, and campus events where you can participate and make a difference.
Services for you!
Need to make a reservation?
So, you’re hosting a conference or special event but have no idea where to hold it. No worries, we’ve got your back. Head on over to the Conference Services Office to see how you can reserve one room or several!
Share your ideas with us!
Texas State Alcohol and Drug Amnesty Statement
Texas State is committed to the holistic well-being of its students. In an effort to encourage Texas State students to call Emergency 911 in case of a drug or alcohol related medical emergency, a student will be granted amnesty from formal university disciplinary procedures if:
-The student requested medical assistance in response to the possible alcohol or drug overdose of another person;
-The student was the “first” person to make a request for medical assistance;
-The student remained on the scene until medical assistance arrived; and
-The student cooperated with medical assistance and law enforcement personnel.
The reporting student will be expected to provide an account of the episode/event to a university official regardless of the amnesty standard being applied.