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When I first applied in high school I did not get accepted. After a year at a community college, I was able to transfer. It would be difficult if you aren't in any clubs, sports or anything.... I managed to make friends through working(actually off campus), as well as through a cell group (Christians on campus).
Thanks. Sounds like it wouldn't be too difficult for me. Are you glad you transferred there too?
It's awesome, but you have to put yourself out there and get to know others. Definitely go to a lot of the fraternity parties during Rush Week at the beginning of each semester, this is when you'll meet a lot of new people! In terms of dorms in this case, College Inn is where it's at.
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Written by Nate Stanley
Texas State is such a friendly, open, accepting university. It's not a super huge college, so the people aren't stuck-up or cocky like you might find at bigger universities. It's very relaxed on campus, and there's a very chill atmosphere surrounding the city of San Marcos, as well. You can feel at home at Texas State, and you'll be surprised to find how easy it is to make friends.
Texas State is superb in making sure its students are offered the opportunities they need to gain skills that will make them the most competitive in their field. Being a smaller university makes it even easier for academic advisers and professors to take the extra time to talk to students one-on-one about their future career paths. The professors and advisers are always eager to help.
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