Sam Houston State University

Lowman Student Center

The Lowman Student Center (LSC), conveniently located at the center of campus, offers a variety of meeting facilities and services, as well as several dining options! 

1802 Avenue I Huntsville, Texas 77340




Upcoming Events

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes

Walk a Mile in Her Shoes aims to raise awareness and educate the community on rape, sexual assault, and gender violence as well as serious causes, effects,...

4/22 12pm
Speak Out: Spoken Word and Visual Art

Come join us for a night of celebrating the arts.

4/22 3pm
Trivia Night

Have you been looking for an outlet for all of the random factoids in your brain? Trivia night is the perfect program for you. Every other Monday night at...

4/22 5pm
Healthy Relationships (Helping Kats C.O.P.E. Workshop Series)

Join us for this 1-hour workshop as we discuss your rights in intimate relationships, setting healthy boundaries with others, relationship warning signs, and...

4/23 3pm
Bearkat Trivia

Grab your friends and come test your knowledge with the SHSU Program Council at Bearkat Trivia on Wednesday, Apr. 24 from 11:00 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. in the LSC...

4/24 11am

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Alan Martin

Alan Martin left a positive review 3/24/2019

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Adam Peterson

Adam Peterson left a positive review 3/19/2019

This was so fun! Can we do it again soon?

Maxwell Davis

Maxwell Davis left a positive review 2/22/2019

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Sandy Davidson

Sandy Davidson left a positive review 2/21/2019

I think that this was a great expereince for me and once I participated with I made it really a top priority to get my ahead in the game.

Moriah Moore

Moriah Moore left a positive review 2/15/2019

Both Rafael Matos and Nina Davuluri were great keynotes. I like that both of them were humble. Davuluri used most of her time to answer questions from students. After the conference, I was able to have a fifteen-minute conversation with Matos.
Additionally, the Blind Spot room was effective and informative. I liked that the room was interactive. There were potted plants students could take home! The Blind Spot addressed real issues such as sweatshops and other unhealthy work environments. The space was well utilized and the entire room flowed very nicely (the arrows were helpful as well).

Moriah Moore

Moriah Moore left a positive review 2/14/2019

Symone D. Sanders was phenomenal. The speech was inspiring and directly applicable to everyday life. I appreciated her genuineness and sincerity.

Moriah Moore

Moriah Moore left a positive review 10/17/2018

The workshop was a great birthday present to myself. I appreciate the materials were common items that students can afford. This encourages students to use these mechanisms at home.

Ciara Fowler

Ciara Fowler left a positive review 2/11/2019

May 15th and that week is Peace Officers Memorial Day and Police Week. Then you may see a commemoration for the fallen officers. However, this is Gone but Not Forgotten which educate those on the Black Lives Matter Movement (which resulted from police brutality) at the start of Black History Month. I along with many others can't wait to attend!

Kayleigh North

Kayleigh North left a positive review 1/30/2019

Great, as I was waiting for this event to come in my life, actually I love the girl who is also in my class on site valentine's day I am going to purpose her.