Texas State University
Texas State University, founded in 1899, is an open research university affiliated with the Consortium for North American Higher Education Collaboration, the Coalition of Urban and Metropolitan Universities, and The Texas State University System. Previously, the university was known as Southwest Texas State Normal School. Texas State University now offers more than 200 programmes to overseas students, including 99 bachelor's, 14 doctoral, and 93 master's degrees.

Cost of attendance

Students who wish to study at Texas State University must pay 14.53 lakhs in UG tuition fees and 11.80 lakhs in PG tuition costs. Aside from that, living expenses in the United States average roughly 16.80 lakhs per year.


Texas State University has approximately 23 housing halls for students who live on campus. Texas State University can house around 6,800 students, the majority of whom are first-year students. Students have access to residential villages, traditional halls, apartments, and private dorms. Living Expenses at Texas State, Texas State students paid $7,040 for accommodation and $3,790 for the meal plan.

Acceptance rate

The university has 38666 students enrolled. Texas State University reports 537 international students on campus, 184 of whom are undergraduates. Texas State University applications are competitive, with an acceptance rate of 85 percent.


Texas State University's main campus, known as the "San Marcos Campus," is made up of 245 buildings spread on 492 acres of hilly land. It also includes a satellite campus in Greater North Austin, known as the Round Rock Campus. Texas State University has 400+ social, intellectual, and artistic groups. The university family includes 5,000 students, employees, and teachers who volunteer during a one-day student-led project called "Bobcat Build."


Texas State University is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC)

Jobs and Placement

Approximately 94 percent of graduates are employed within six months of graduation. According to Payscale, the average annual salary of a Texas State University graduate is $60,946 USD. Graduates with less than 5 years of work experience earn $51,200 USD. MBA is Texas State University's highest earning degree, with an average salary of 140,000 USD.

QS Ranking


The Ranking

#1001–1200 World University Rankings 2022

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