Inclusive Excellence

Texas State University RRC is committed to making all members of the campus community feel welcome so that through a diversity of people and ideas, all voices are heard.

The university is committed to providing opportunities for students to gain a global perspective, and to fostering inclusion and mutual respect. Discrimination against or harassment of individuals based on race, ethnicity, gender, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, socioeconomic status, language, culture, national origin, religious affiliation, age, (dis)ability status, veteran status, immigration status and political perspective is prohibited and not consistent with university values.

Please visit the Division of Inclusive Excellence page for information on the university's initiatives and engagements.

Image Gallery

Six photos in a horizontal line that show a variety of different students, faculty, and staff on the round rock campus.

first generation student


We recognize our students whose parents/guardians did not complete a four-year college degree or a student raised by a single parent/guardian who did not complete a four-year college degree. We provide many resources to ensure these students are successful.


Being a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) is more than a Federal designation at Texas State. It is a part of our culture, embedded in our identity, integrated into our strategies, policies, and practices.

Physical Therapy Students Wearing HSI shirts outside of willow building
lgbtqia+ flag


Lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, questioning, intersex, asexual and aromantic (LGBTQiA+) students, staff and faculty are valued and affirmed members of Texas State.  As an underrepresented community, LGBTQiA+ persons contribute to and participate in the diversity of Texas State University.