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Boko Awards

The Boko Awards Ceremony is held at the end of the Spring semester to honor those who make a commitment to leadership, service and excellence. Students of the university community are recognized as individuals and as part of an organization for achievement in campus involvement and leadership. Boko Awards celebrates organizations, advisors, and participants of organizations that have displayed excellence and achievement in the variety of areas that contribute to the values of Texas State University. These areas of excellence include, but are not limited to, leadership development, community service, diversity, innovation, academic development, and membership involvement.

Boko Awards 2021 applications are now closed.

Boko Awards 2021 Update:

In an effort to recognize the challenges student organizations have faced in their efforts to meet, conduct business, and host events over the past year, Boko Awards 2021 will not include the Programmatic Awards category. Instead, Boko Awards will focus on the achievements of individuals and the organization as a whole. 

In addition, Boko Awards 2021 will be hosted as a week of events to show appreciation for student organizations, their members, and advisors.

Boko Awards: The Ultimate Glow Up - Student Organization Appreciation Week will take place April 19-23, 2021. 

If you have any questions or need accommodations, please email Student Involvement at getinvolved@txstate.edu or call 512-245-3219. 

Individual Awards

The awards in this category aim to recognize the accomplishments of individuals within an organization.

Organization Awards

The awards in this category aim to recognize the accomplishments of student organizations as a collective group.

Programmatic Awards

The awards in this category aim to recognize the accomplishments of organizations as it relates to programs and events planned, organized, and hosted by the organization.

This award category will not be available for Boko Awards 2021.

Boko Awards 2020 Winners

Picture of text displaying that Student Government won the Community Engagement award.
Picture of text and group picture displaying that Radiation Therapy Group won the Outstanding Collaboration award.
Picture of text displaying that Student Government won the Diversity Programming award.
Picture of text displaying that Healthy Cats won the Innovative Program award.
Picture of text displaying that African Student Association won the Annual Program of the Year award.
Picture of text displaying that Texas State Powerlifting won the Sports Club of the Year award.
Picture of text displaying that HEAT won the Registered Student Organization of the Year award.
Picture of text displaying that Student Foundation won the Chartered Student Organization of the Year award.
Picture of text displaying that Hunter Taylor won the Graduate Advisor of the Year award.
Picture of text displaying that Kelsey Banton won the RSO Advisor of the Year award.
Picture of text displaying that Sylvia Reyes won the CSO Advisor of the Year award.
Picture of text displaying that Cedrik Chavez won the LBJ Civic Leadership award.
Picture of text displaying that Lauren Guzman won the LBJ Civic Leadership award.
Picture of text displaying that Patrick Moloney won the LBJ Civic Leadership award.
Picture of text displaying that Titus Moten won the LBJ Civic Leadership award.
Picture of text displaying that Jacy Moss won the Breakthrough Member award.
Picture of text displaying that Derek Miller won the Student Organization Leader award.
Picture of text displaying that Breanna Deculus won the Boko Lifetime Achievement award.
Picture of text displaying that Derek Miller won the Boko Lifetime Achievement award.