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Texas State University Overview

Welcome to the "Rising Star of Texas"! Our goal is to provide you with great customer service and unequaled access to an exceptionally talented pool of students and alumni. We’re glad you’ve chosen to recruit at Texas State.

Texas State University-San Marcos is an emerging research institution located in San Marcos, Texas, between the booming metropolitan areas of Austin and San Antonio. Right off of Interstate 35, San Marcos is approximately 30 minutes south of Austin and 45 minutes north of San Antonio.

Texas State students come from 233 of Texas' 254 counties, 47 states and 73 countries.  With a diverse campus community of nearly 40 percent minority students, Texas State is one of the top 20 producers of Hispanic baccalaureate graduates in the nation, and is proud to have achieved Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI) status in 2011.

To learn more about Texas State, view the university’s Online Fact Book (official publication of statistical information on enrollment) and a listing of academic majors

Employer Services

Sign up with our online system, Jobs4Cats, to:

  • Post job and internship opportunities
  • Register to attend a job fair
  • Recruit and interview students on campus in Career Services
  • Request a resume referral
  • Schedule an information session
  • Request a table in the quad/mall

To learn about Jobs4Cats and the many ways to recruit Bobcats on campus, visit Recruit on Campus.

Recruiting Policies and Procedures

You and your organization must comply with a number of state and university mandated policies and procedures to recruit at Texas State University. Our office requires that you register in our online database, Jobs4Cats, to use our services. For a full list of career services recruitment policies and procedures for employers, click here.

Professional Associations

Career Services belongs to numerous professional associations. We encourage employers to consider membership in some of these associations. For a full list, click here

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