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Freshman Council

What is Freshman Council?

Freshman Council is a part of the Student Government and focuses on creating a fun and exciting learning environment for Texas State freshman who are interested in serving their fellow Bobcats. The Freshman Council prepares each class for future service in Student Government and Texas State University.

Freshman Council puts on a Freshman Forum, where freshman students can come and speak to representatives from the university and freshman class. The Freshman Council also coordinates a High School Leadership Conference with local high schools to encourage college attendance and to enhance university and community relations.

If you would like to join Freshman Council please fill out the applicatoin found under the Freshman Involvement tab.

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Freshman Council FAQ

When are Freshman Council meetings?

Freshman Council meets each Monday  from 6 - 7 pm in the LBJ Student Center room 3-11.1, location is tentative

What will I do as a Freshman Council Member?

As a Freshman Council member you will put on programs to support Student Government, and the university including; Freshman Forum, Angel Tree, High School Leadership Conference and others. As representatives of the Freshman Class you will work with your peers to write petitions that are submitted for action to the Student Body President.

How do I get involved with Freshman Council?

Contact the Director of Freshman Leadership Frank Spates at fs1050@txstate.edu and complete an application.