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'''Texas State University''' (informally known as '''Texas State''')<ref>The university's official style guide discourages use of the abbreviation "TSU" {{cite web |url=http://www.umktg.txstate.edu/resources/guides/editorial-styleguide/ed-guide-t.html |title=Editorial Style Guide |publisher=Texas State University-San Marcos |accessdate=2008-11-27}}</ref> is a [[State university system|state university]] located in [[San Marcos, Texas]], United States. Established in 1899 as the Southwest Texas State Normal School, it opened its doors in 1903 to 303 students with a focus to educate students to become teachers. Since that time it has grown into the largest institution in the [[Texas State University System]] and the [[List of largest Texas universities by enrollment|fifth-largest]] university in the state of [[Texas]] boasting an enrollment of over 34,000 students. Academically, it is composed of 10 colleges and about 50 schools and departments across multiple disciplines, including nationally recognized programs in [[Geography]], [[Criminal Justice]] and Music. President [[Lyndon B. Johnson]] graduated from the University in 1930, making Texas State the only university in Texas to have a [[President of the United States]] as an alumnus.
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'''Texas State University''' (informally known as '''Texas State''')<ref>The university's official style guide discourages use of the abbreviation "TSU" {{cite web |url=http://www.umktg.txstate.edu/resources/guides/editorial-styleguide/ed-guide-t.html |title=Editorial Style Guide |publisher=Texas State University-San Marcos |accessdate=2008-11-27}}</ref> is a [[State university system|state university]] located in [[San Marcos, Texas]], United States. I love cartoons! Established in 1899 as the Southwest Texas State Normal School, it opened its doors in 1903 to 303 students with a focus to educate students to become teachers. Since that time it has grown into the largest institution in the [[Texas State University System]] and the [[List of largest Texas universities by enrollment|fifth-largest]] university in the state of [[Texas]] boasting an enrollment of over 34,000 students. Academically, it is composed of 10 colleges and about 50 schools and departments across multiple disciplines, including nationally recognized programs in [[Geography]], [[Criminal Justice]] and Music. President [[Lyndon B. Johnson]] graduated from the University in 1930, making Texas State the only university in Texas to have a [[President of the United States]] as an alumnus.
   
 
Texas State's main campus sits on {{convert|457|acre|km2}} of hilly land along the [[San Marcos River]]. It also has a satellite campus that started as a multi-institution teaching center offering undergraduate and graduate programs at the [[Texas State University Round Rock Campus]] (RRC) in the greater north [[Austin, Texas|Austin]] area. Additionally, the main campus in San Marcos serves as the location of the fictional school TMU (Texas Methodist University) in the [[NBC]] TV series ''[[Friday Night Lights (TV series)|Friday Night Lights]]''.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.txstatebobcats.com/genrel/040307aaa.html |title=Lights, Camera & Action |publisher=txstatebobcats.com |date=April 7, 2007 |accessdate=April 1, 2009 }}</ref>
 
Texas State's main campus sits on {{convert|457|acre|km2}} of hilly land along the [[San Marcos River]]. It also has a satellite campus that started as a multi-institution teaching center offering undergraduate and graduate programs at the [[Texas State University Round Rock Campus]] (RRC) in the greater north [[Austin, Texas|Austin]] area. Additionally, the main campus in San Marcos serves as the location of the fictional school TMU (Texas Methodist University) in the [[NBC]] TV series ''[[Friday Night Lights (TV series)|Friday Night Lights]]''.<ref>{{cite web |url=http://www.txstatebobcats.com/genrel/040307aaa.html |title=Lights, Camera & Action |publisher=txstatebobcats.com |date=April 7, 2007 |accessdate=April 1, 2009 }}</ref>
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