Bobcat Pride Scholarship Fund

Educate Embrace Empower

Other Resources

If serious harm is about to happen to any person, including one's self, call the Police at 911 immediately.

Crisis Resources

24 Hour Crisis Hotline
1-877-466-0660 (Toll Free)

Texas State University Police- Emergency After Business Hours 
On Campus: 911
Off Campus: (512) 245-2890

San Marcos Police Department
(512) 753-2108

Physical/Sexual Assault Or Abuse
HCWC Crisis Hotline

The Trevor Helpline (Crisis and Suicide Prevention Helpline for Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Questioning Youth)

Trans Lifeline

If you are a transgender person in crisis call:


Local Financial Resources

Local LGBTQIA+ Resources

The BPSF Jeremy O. Torres Emergency Stabilization Fund provides monetary support to emerging adults (ages 18 to 24), who have minority sexual and gender identities (LGBTQIA+), residing in the Greater San Marcos area.

Find out more here.

Community is about connections. Here are other Facebook pages that can connect you to the Texas State and Hill Country LGBTQIA+  community: 

National College Related LGBTQIA+ Resources

Texas State University Resources

Texas State University students in need of emergency funding assistance, please see the Dean of Student's office website for on-campus assistance or Student Business Services Emergency and Short Term Loans.

Texas State University Counseling Center, including after-hours crisis support

Texas State University Inclusive Excellence - Student Connections and Belonging including resources for LGBTQIA Students

Student Involvement @ LBJSC 

Search for Student Organizations by searching for, “LGBT”

Texas State LGBTQIA+ staff and faculty can join the Affinity Group- Alliance

Texas State University LGBTQIA Endowed Scholarship

In September 2018, BPSF leadership donated $25,000 to the Texas State University LGBTQIA Endowed Scholarship (SL0011) in order to provide long-term academic support to LGBTQIA Texas State students. The scholarship is overseen by Alliance at Texas State University and the Texas State University LGBTQIA Alumni Chapter.

To apply, please visit the Bobcat Online Scholarship System (BOSS)