Show Your Support

We are committed to providing meaningful engagement opportunities for our alumni to stay connected with Texas State and we appreciate the contributions our alumni make to support these efforts, whether it be donating their time, or making a gift.

Your Impact

The Alumni Association is committed to engaging all Bobcats – more than 230,000 alumni across Texas and throughout the world. This includes meeting the need for frequent and relevant communications, diverse event and volunteer experiences, and opportunities to give back. The Alumni Association uses gifts to the Priority Fund to fuel those efforts and continually improve and elevate the alumni experience and provide support for our Bobcats.

Your gifts also support the more than 38,000 students at Texas State by promoting institutional pride through events such as the Ring Celebration and by empowering future leaders through scholarship support.

Forever Bobcats

Forever Bobcats recognizes alumni who give $1,000 or more in cumulative support to the Texas State Alumni Association. For new alumni who have graduated in the last five years, this cumulative amount is reduced to $500. It doesn’t matter if you donate $1 or $100, it all goes toward reaching your goal to become a Forever Bobcat.

Man holding up forever bobcats flag
group of people posing after cleaning up river

Volunteer With Us

Discover ways to get involved with the Texas State Alumni Association, such as speaking to a class, mentoring a student, joining an alumni event, or hosting a webinar. Fill out our volunteer interest form to tell us where your passion lies, and how you'd like to volunteer your time to support!

Give to the Alumni Association

When you give to the Alumni Association, you make it possible to prioritize what matters most to our alumni: cultivating the alumni community and supporting current students. The impact of Bobcats' collective giving power helps foster the growth of the alumni network while enhancing the reputation of the university and increasing the value of your degree. 

Group photo of Texas State donors and scholarship recipients.