The Staff at Off-Campus Living is here to promote beneficial programs, provide resources, and initiate innovative services to meet the needs of our off-campus population, as well as assist our on-campus students as they move into a new community.
Our programs and services Include:
Ally-At-A-Glance is a list of the current 2017-2018 ACT Ally participants. For links to participants and their websites, see list of apartments and service providers.
Other Housing Resources for students
There's a variety of options to get to Texas State! Here are some tips on the most common forms of transportation to campus.
Bike to Campus
Bike racks are located around campus to securely park bicycles. To prevent theft students should purchase a lock for their bicycle. Additionally UPD offers bicycle registration. Tips:
Most students commuting to campus will park in a commuter parking lot and then ride one of the shuttles onto campus. Commuter parking lots are located around the perimeter of campus. All university lots require a commuter parking permit. Tips:
University/City Shuttle Bus
In addition to providing transportation from commuter parking lots, the university shuttle buses also cover a majority of the apartment complexes within the city of San Marcos. Remember you pay for these buses and your student fees so there is not any charge at the time you ride. Be sure to ask about if a property is on a commuter shuttle route when looking for a place to live.
The Capital Area Rural Transportation System (CARTS) can provide assistance for travel between Austin and San Marcos.
Texas State has a wealth of involvement opportunities for students looking to create an exceptional college experience. Below are just a few links to get your started in finding a place to get involved!