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Project Maestros

Statement from DHSI Programs

DHSI programs are fortunate to have technological resources made available by the university to meet with students remotely, thus adhering to social distancing practices recommended by the CDC and aligned with guidance from President Trauth. We will maximize these resources to continue our support of student learning and student success while contributing to supportive efforts.  Meet with us face-to-face remote via Zoom or Teams, email, or call.

Welcome to Project Maestros

Our goals are to help the transition for pre-service teachers transferring from community colleges to Texas State and to provide tools to develop all pre-service teachers as well-rounded educators.

A Maestros student works with a young child.

Transfer Students

We support all journeys to Texas State. Learn more about how to become a Bobcat and advance your professional success.

Committed to First-Gen Students

Texas State University has been named to the 2020-2021 cohort of First-gen Forward Institutions by the Center for First-generation Student Success, an initiative of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators (NASPA) and the Suder Foundation. 

Academic Planning

Texas State offers one of the nation's leading education programs. Our team is here to supply you with real-world experience and prepare you for managing a successful classroom environment.

Students engaging in class around a conference table.

Professional Development

Throughout the academic year, Maestros teams up with other organizations to bring Bobcats multidimensional professional development opportunities.