The Wildlife Society at Texas State University understands the importance of educating its members to become outstanding wildlife biologists. With the gracious help of our supporters, the society is able to offer several scholarships to hard-working students. 

These funds help recipients to attend professional conferences and to pay for educational expenses.

Take a look below to see what scholarships the society provides for its members. Then, feel free to explore our sponsorship program information and let us know if you would like to support us in our efforts!

Most Active Member Award


John T. Baccus Outstanding Achievment Award


Texas Chapter Conference Scholarships


Thomas "Randy" Simpson Endowed Scholarship for Wildlife Ecology Students



Below, you can find our five sponsorship levels, each named after a threatened or endangered native of Texas. With these donations, we send members to professional conferences, offer scholarships, and better our community.

All sponsors receive a gift from the society, which can be mailed or picked up in person. Additionally, all sponsor names are added to a society banner, which is proudly displayed at events throughout the calendar year. Visit our Shootout tab to see a photo of our beautiful banner!

The society is a tax-exempt non-profit (501c3), and the tax ID number is available upon request. If you would like to make a donation to the society, please use the PayPal button on this page or contact an officer.




Golden-cheeked Warbler


Texas Horned Lizard


Texas Indigo Snake


Whooping Crane


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