Member of The Texas State University System
The Board of Regents of The Texas State University System (TSUS), through authority vested by statute, has the sole and exclusive management and control of the lands set aside and appropriated to, or acquired by, the TSUS. The Board may sell, lease, and otherwise, manage, control, and use the lands in any manner and at any prices and under terms and conditions the Board deems best for the interest of the TSUS, not in conflict with the constitution.
The Board may acquire land, including improvements thereupon, needed for the proper operation of a system university. The acquisition may be by grant, purchase, exchange, gift, devise, or by condemnation.
As a member of The Texas State University System, Texas State real property transactions must be approved by the Board of Regents during one of their scheduled or special called meetings.
Real Estate Responsibilities
The Real Estate Manager through The Office of the Vice President for Finance and Support Services is responsible for negotiating the purchase, sale or lease of property; negotiation of easements and right-of-ways; development of business plans for university income-generating activities; maintenance of all real property records; evaluation of space need requests received from departments.
For more information, processes and procedures on various real estate transactions for Texas State please click on the links below: