When Lyndon Johnson graduated with his bachelor's degree, Southwest Texas State Teachers College President C.E. Evans told the audience, "Here's a young man who has so abundantly demonstrated his worth that I predict for him great things in the years ahead.”
LBJ Civic Leadership Award
LBJ Civic Leadership Award Nominations Currently Closed
Who do I nominate?
The recipients of the LBJ Civic Leadership Award uphold the core values of the LBJ Student Center: empowerment, respect, collaboration, service, stewardship, and excellence. Recipients exemplify the importance of education, academic success, community involvement and the celebration of equality and diversity. Self-nominations are also accepted.
The LBJ Civic Leadership Award honors the life and legacy of President Lyndon Baines Johnson by recognizing outstanding civic service and meaningful involvement throughout the Texas State campus and the local community. This award is given to undergraduate students who take an active role in civic engagement, while gaining leadership experience and fostering a spirit of service for others.
- Completed Nomination Application
- Completed at least 1 semester at Texas State
- Minimum 2.5 GPA (cumulative)