University Statement

Prohibition of Discrimination

Texas State University is committed to freedom of inquiry and discussion as basic and essential to intellectual development provided such freedoms are exercised in a manner that does not unlawfully derogate the rights of others or interfere with the academic programs and administrative processes of Texas State University. University Policy

Texas State condemns and prohibits acts of intolerance, hate, bias, and prejudice when manifested in threatening or violent conduct against a person or incitement to imminent violations of law. Texas State University is committed to an inclusive educational and work environment that provides equal opportunity and access to all qualified persons and to the extent not in conflict with federal or state law, prohibits discrimination or harassment on the basis of race, color, national origin, age, sex, religion, disability, veterans’ status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or gender expression. University Policy

Read our policy regarding the prohibition of discrimination.

Institutional Inclusive Excellence Bring it up Bobcats!

Here at the Office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX, located at Elliott Hall A, 3rd Floor, alleged instances of discrimination and sexual harassment are reported, responded to, and if necessary investigate. 

If you are an individual who has submitted a request for dialogue, NOT a complaint of discrimination, and you are not satisfied with the results of any action taken in response, you may also reach out to the office of Equal Opportunity and Title IX at in order to investigate such incidences.


The Texas State University Bring it up Bobcats! Team

Bring it up Bobcats! Team Members

Dr. Stella Silva, Associate Chief Diversity Officer

Dr. Vincent Morton, Associate Dean of Students

Dr. Jeff Todd, Associate Professor of Finance and Economics

Lieutenant James Dixon, University Police