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Texas Southern University is located in the heart of Houston. We are home to an increasing diverse population of nearly 10,000 students with more than 80 undergraduate, graduate and professional degree programs.


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The enhanced schedule and programming will begin on Monday, May 2

This university-wide ceremony will include high praise from the deans, provost, and president

The Airmen of Note will perform a free, family-friendly concert April 24, at 4 p.m. in Sawyer Auditorium

The open house was a meet and greet to welcome new KTSU general manager Ernest Walker

To ensure students are eligible for aid they must be aware of and adhere to these dates

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The campaign will close with a Victory Celebration. Come out and celebrate with food, drinks and fun!
Contact: Jeffrey Shaw



Please dress in professional business attire and bring resumes.
Contact: none



Join Houston mayor Sylvester Turner, members of the Houston City Council and University leadership in announcing the Verizon Minority Male Makers initiative. Launched in 2015, Verizon’s Minority Male Makers Program is a first-of its-kind, two-year program that gives African American and Latino boys in middle school technology, STEM and entrepreneurship skills, through hands-on, interactive instruction and mentors.
Contact: Eva Pickens



For The Sake of Art will honor the legacy of artist Kermit Oliver. It is being chaired by Houston Fashion icon, philanthropist and champion of non profit organizations Merele Yarborough. Houston designer Toni Whitaker serves as competition advisor and the competition coordinator is fashion and marketing expert Andrea Bonner. To review competition regulations and deadlines, visit the SUBMISSION GUIDELINES page. Go to ONLINE REGISTRATION to complete the application process. For info 713-313-1164.
Contact: Dr. Alvia Wardlaw