Student Media & Organizations
Some of the most active, visible and accomplished organizations at Texas State are found in the Student Media. To gain practical experience, students may work with either The University Star (newspaper), KTSW-FM 89.9 (radio) or the student-produced cable television newscast, Bobcat Update.
Any questions you have about Student Media are welcomed. You can send a message to our Mass Communication faculty and staff or e-mail the students in Student Media directly from the different web pages.
Offering students support are several organizations accomplished in their own respects. These include the Bob Glaves chapter of the Public Relations Student Society of America , the Texas State chapters of the American Advertising Federation, the National Broadcasting Society-AERho, the Ad Club and the Society of Professional Journalists. The School of Journalism and Mass Communication is also affiliated with Kappa Tau Alpha, the national honor society for journalism and mass communication scholars. Each full semester the school invites graduating seniors who have achieved academic excellence to join the society. They are honored and inducted during Mass Communication week.
Any questions you have about student organizations are welcomed. You can send messages to the students associated with the organizations.
The School of Journalism and Mass Communication accepts no responsibility for the content of web pages maintained by the student organizations. The views and opinions expressed are strictly those of the author(s), and do not necessarily reflect the views or opinions of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication, the College of Fine Arts and Communication, the Texas State University-San Marcos administration, or the Regents of the Texas State University System. Comments on the contents of the pages maintained by the student organizations should be directed to the author(s).