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About Stephen F. Austin State University

Stephen F. Austin State University is a comprehensive regional institution offering a broad array of academic programs across various disciplines. The university provides undergraduate and graduate degree programs, fostering a learning environment with a focus on hands-on study, research opportunities, and internships. Stephen F. Austin State University serves a diverse student body with personalized attention and a commitment to career development in fields such as STEM, arts, and business. It is based in Nacogdoches, Texas.

Headquarters Location

1936 North St.

Nacogdoches, Texas, 75962,

United States

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Stephen F. Austin State University Patents

Stephen F. Austin State University has filed 3 patents.

The 3 most popular patent topics include:

  • invasive plant species
  • medicinal plants
  • ornamental trees
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Application Date

Grant Date

Title

Related Topics

Status

5/8/2020

6/7/2022

Medicinal plants, Plant morphology, Ornamental trees, Invasive plant species, Plant physiology

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Application Date

5/8/2020

Grant Date

6/7/2022

Title

Related Topics

Medicinal plants, Plant morphology, Ornamental trees, Invasive plant species, Plant physiology

Status

Grant

Latest Stephen F. Austin State University News

Gov. Abbott OKs Stephen F. Austin State University's move to UT System

May 12, 2023

Greg Abbott signed a bill Wednesday approving Stephen F. Austin State University's move to the University of Texas System. Senate Bill 1055 , filed by Sen. Robert Nichols, R-Jacksonville, will "abolish" the Nacogdoches-based university and immediately incorporate the school into the UT System. The legislation received unanimous support from both the Texas Senate and House. The SFA Board of Regents  voted to join the UT System  in November, but the move required approval from the Legislature to become official. SFA will now join nine academic institutions, including the University of Texas, and five health institutions within the UT System. Under the law, SFA will be “abolished” on Sept. 1 or an alternative date determined by the UT System Board of Regents. Once the school is abolished, the terms of the SFA regents will expire and oversight of the school will officially transfer to the UT System Board of Regents. In November, multiple SFA regents cited several reasons why they supported joining the UT System, including getting a larger pool of experienced applicants in the university’s search for a new president and access to the Permanent University Fund, an endowment that benefits the UT and Texas A&M systems. The UT System wrote that it was interested in having SFA join its system because that university is key to the system’s effort to meet the state’s educational, health care and research needs, particularly in East Texas, and improve the quality of Texans' lives. The system has pledged that SFA’s name, mascot, colors, logos and all other identifiers and traditions will stay the same. On Wednesday, the SFA Board of Regents also named Gina Oglesbee, SFA's vice president for finance and administration, as the university's interim president starting June 1, although she is not a candidate for the permanent position. SFA's "transition into the UT System is proceeding exceedingly well, and we’re delighted that Ms. Oglesbee has agreed to take the leadership role at this critical time,” UT System board Chairman Kevin Eltife said in a statement . “Everyone with whom we have worked, from (SFA board Chair Karen) Gantt and the SFA board to President (Steve) Westbrook and the entire SFA university community, has contributed tirelessly to make this transition a success.”

Stephen F. Austin State University Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  • Where is Stephen F. Austin State University's headquarters?

    Stephen F. Austin State University's headquarters is located at 1936 North St., Nacogdoches.

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