Interested in STEM?

Have you declared a major or minor in science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) within the College of Science and Engineering? If so, Student Support Services (SSS) STEM offers a program designed to better fit your needs and introduce you to STEM careers and opportunities. 

Download this brochure for a breakdown of services and tips on how to apply.

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SSS STEM offers the services and benefits as Student Support Services (SSS), along with the following:

  • SSS STEM offers the opportunity to visit a potential future employer to learn about the process, responsibilities, and requirements needed to have a career in STEM.

  • Networking is an important aspect of building your professional career. Through our program, you will meet peers who share similar interests, professors who can guide you towards valuable insight, and other professionals who can show you what knowledge you might need to strive towards your goals.

  • Undergraduate research is one of the best ways to gain STEM skills and gain insight towards what it truly means to be a scientist or engineer. SSS STEM will find opportunities for you to get involved with research on campus or elsewhere with paid and unpaid research.


All services are FREE and available to students accepted into the program. Participants need only a strong commitment and desire to succeed at Texas State. The services we provide can accelerate students on their path to success.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact the SSS Office at 512-245-3838


You must be a U.S. citizen (or eligible non-citizen) in need of academic support who has declared a STEM major that is under the College of Science and Engineering. Additionally, you must meet one or more following requirements:

First-generation college students: neither legal guardian/parent completed a 4-year college degree in the U.S.

Students with disabilities demonstrating academic need: documentation of a disability must be on file

Students who meet financial guidelines as set by the Department of Education

If you are a student with a disability, please visit the Office of Disability Services for more information on how we can assist you at Texas State.

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Contact Info

TXST TRIO - Student Support Services

Sterry 127
409 N Edward Gary Street
San Marcos, TX 78666
Phone: 512.245.3838