Giving Societies

Thank you for making a difference!

Students Meet and Thank Donors

On April 28, at the annual Giving Societies reception to recognize members for their generous support and meet their recipients, the student scholarship recipients greeted donors with genuine gratitude by holding signs with the names of the scholarships they received from these committed donors.

students holding named scholarship signs

Hopes & Aspirations High

There’s a lyric in our alma mater that really resonates with me. I feel it’s especially timely for TXST: “O, Alma Mater, set upon the green hills, with turrets pointing upward to the sky, we yield to thee our love and our devotion; mother of hopes and aspirations high.” Hopes & Aspirations High reminds us of our noble, higher calling to keep students at the heart of all we do. It captures the potential and promise ahead for them and for those of us who have made helping them succeed our life’s work.
– President Kelly Damphousse

Brian Wong

Texas State Heroes Society

The philanthropic leadership of our donors is essential to Texas State’s continued growth and excellence. Thanks to their generosity, Texas State is able to attract and retain the best and brightest students, support excellence in teaching, elevate our research efforts and provide world-class facilities across our campuses. The university is proud to recognize their generosity through select giving societies.

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Pillar Society

Pillar Society members contributions are essential to raising the university's academic and research profile of the university. The Pillar Society recognizes lifetime giving of $100,000 to $999,999.

Ibby and Rich Conditt

Visionary Society

The Visionary Society recognizes the philanthropic leadership of donors with lifetime endowment giving of $25,000 to $99,999. The support of these members will benefit our students for generations to come.

Leslie Fossler

Guardian Society

Donors who have named Texas State in their estate plans are eligible for membership in the Guardian Society. Their support represents an investment in the future of Texas State.