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About SOC

 Relationship Statement

Texas State University-San Marcos believes that freedom of thought, innovation and creativity are fundamental characteristics of a community of scholars. To promote such a learning environment, the university has a special responsibility to seek cultural diversity; to instill a global perspective in its students; and to nurture sensitivity, tolerance, and mutual respect. Student organizations at Texas State University-San Marcos actively participate in and contribute to a vibrant university community by meeting these expectations. The approximately 350 registered student organizations at the university provide valuable experiences and opportunities for students to grow as individuals, leaders, and community members.Student Involvement @ LBJSC staff members, in conjunction with LBJ Student Center staff, work to be proactive in guiding student organizations by providing education, training, and consultation. The LBJ Student Center and Student Involvement partner with registered student organizations to continue to enhance the university community. 


As a representative body and a chartered student organization recognized by Texas State University, the Student Organizations’ Council (SOC) provides direction and support for all registered student organizations at the university.



SOC will review and direct funds to registered student organizations in good standing with Texas State and SOC, as per funding assistance guidelines outlined in the SOC By-Laws, Article I.


Judicial Review

SOC will review and act on policy and procedure violations of registered student organizations as per the guidelines established in the SOC By-Laws, Article III.

Council Members

Vice President
Event Coordinator (2)
Outreach Chair
Outreach Coordinator- Marketing & Promotions
Outreach Coordinator- Recognition
Outreach Coordinator- Social Media & Website
Ad hoc Members