LBJ Outstanding Senior Student Award
The LBJ Outstanding Senior Student Award is given annually by the Alumni Association to a student as recognition for outstanding leadership, character, campus and community involvement, and academic success. Recipients must be candidates for graduation in May of the year that the award is conferred or have graduated the previous August or December. The recipient is recognized at the April 22 Alumni Association Board of Directors meeting and at the Distinguished Alumni Gala (Date TBD). This year the recipient receives a $1,500 stipend from the Alumni Association and a matching $1,500 from Stelos Alliance for a total of $3,000!
Previous LBJ Outstanding Senior Student Award honorees are listed in the All-Time Honor Roll.
Nominations are now open and must be received by the Office of Alumni Relations prior to the deadline of Tuesday, March 21, 2023 at 5:00 p.m. CST.
2022 LBJ Outstanding Senior Student
Bachelor of Fine Arts in Theatre
Throughout Lauren Green's undergraduate career, she maintained excellent academic standing while being heavily involved in the Texas State and San Marcos community. While serving as a member and President of Healthy Cats, Green was involved with various community outreach events. These events provide students with information on Drug and Alcohol Safety, World AIDS Day Awareness, Body Positivity and Wellness, and many others. She was awarded Innovative Program of the Year at the 2020 TXST Boko Awards for her Self-Love Outreach Program.
Green is a member of the Council of Scholars and has made the Dean's List every semester. She was also an active member of the Women of Color forum, Alpha Psi Omega, and TXST Impact Chapter. Outside of Texas State, Green has been an outstanding community member volunteering at the Hays Caldwell Women's Shelter, serving at the SOZO Kids Ministry, and nursery leader for the Moms of Preschoolers (MOPS) group.
Green was also named the 2021 Regent's Student Scholar and the 2021 Student Employee of the Year.
- Nominee must be classified as a senior at Texas State University and be a candidate for graduation at Texas State University in May of the year that the award is conferred or have graduated the previous August or December.
- Nominee must have completed at least sixty (60) credit hours at Texas State University.
- Nominee must have demonstrated outstanding leadership, character, campus and community involvement, and academic success at Texas State University.
- Nominee must be a person of such integrity, stature and demonstrated ability that the faculty, staff, students and alumni of the university will take pride in, and be inspired by, their recognition.
- Self-nominations will not be accepted.