Articles Tagged “SHSU”

  • New Student Orientation at SHSU

    Thursday and Friday the New Student Orientation Program will host its eighth organized, purposeful, and positive introduction session of the summer for all new SHSU students and their families. These sessions help them become familiar with…

  • SHSU College of Education Accredited

    SHSU College of Education Accredited

    The Sam Houston State University College of Education’s national accreditation was recently renewed for seven years, through the fall 2022 semester, through the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education standards. The NCATE accreditation…

  • New one way streets on SHSU campus

    New one way streets on SHSU campus

    The City of Huntsville – along with SHSU – has converted sections of Bobby K. Marks Drive & Bearkat Boulevard to one-way status. Paid parking spaces will also be added along each section. Signage designating alternate…

  • SHSU Season Football Tickets On Sale

    2016 season tickets are currently on sale for the upcoming SHSU football season. The package includes five home football games at Bowers Stadium plus the “Battle of the Piney Woods” game at NRG Stadium in…

  • Change to Off-Campus Dialing Coming Soon at SHSU

    In collaboration with local law enforcement, Sam Houston State University’s Division of Information Technology will change the process for placing off-campus calls from a university line. Beginning Aug. 15, individuals must dial 8, rather than…

  • SHSU and Texas Ag Department Program for Rural Experience

    The Texas Department of Agriculture and Sam Houston State University have partnered for a special program which allows urban area students a view from the rural side of life. Texas Ag Commissioner Sid Miller tells…

  • Former SHSU Student Sentenced by Grand Jury

    The Huntsville Item reports that Thursday a Walker County Grand Jury sentenced former SHSU student, 21-year-old Coby Alekzander Bradford, to 10 years probation after he pleaded guilty to five counts of felony burglary of a…

  • LEAP Brings Middle Schoolers to SHSU for Saturday “Classes”

    It’s not often you have sixth, seventh and eighth graders volunteer to go to class on a Saturday, much less do so when their bus ride to class takes longer than three hours. But 42…

  • SHSU Criminal Justice Students Work with Community Organizations

    Sam Houston State University students in the College of Criminal Justice recently worked with community organizations as part of two Academic Community Engagement courses. Students enrolled in SHSU’s Master of Science in homeland security program…

  • SHSU Administrative Changes

    The filling of the dean of Graduate Studies position and the vacancy of the provost position have led to some administrative changes at Sam Houston State University, all of which were effective June 1. Kenneth…