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EXPLORE ACADEMICS

Have a dream career or a major in mind? Still undecided? With more than 120 areas of study at SFA,
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Life At SFA

STEM

State-of-the-Art STEM Building

The Ed and Gwen Cole STEM Building helps SFA continue to produce top-ranking scholars within the STEM fields. The building houses a planetarium, research laboratories, collaborative classrooms and makerspaces — areas that allow students to collaborate and create prototypes.

Housing and Dining

Housing & Dining

Lumberjacks enjoy plenty of housing and dining options on and off campus.

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SFA NCAA Basketball Bracket Busters

17 Division I Sports

From our nationally recognized men’s basketball team to our 2016 NCAA National Champion bowling team, SFA has a proud athletic tradition.

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SFA Clubs and Organizations

Clubs & Organizations

Follow your passion and make friends in our nearly 250 clubs and organizations.

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18 Beautiful Bodies of Water Nearby

18 Beautiful Bodies of Water Nearby

Outdoor enthusiasts can paddle along the Neches River or catch fish at one of many area lakes.

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SFA Traditions

The Axe Handle

SFA freshmen receive an axe handle to personalize with their own Lumberjack spirit. Students can be seen (and heard) banging axe handles on the bleachers at SFA football games.

 

Ole Cotton

Ole Cotton is an imposing 75mm cannon that fires a celebratory shot every time the SFA Lumberjack football team scores. The SFA ROTC cadets man Ole Cotton just beyond the south end zone at Homer Bryce Stadium. The powerful blast can be heard – and often felt – all over town.

 

The Homecoming Bonfire

SFA's traditional bonfire and pep rally are the centerpieces of homecoming. Usually held in October, homecoming is a series of traditions that bring Lumberjacks together to celebrate SFA. Other events include homecoming elections, Duck Dash, downtown parade, football games and much more.

Purple Haze

Press play to hear our rowdy Purple Haze student section in action. At SFA’s home football games, fans in the student section loudly bang their axe handles on a metal “Purple Haze” sign to show support for our beloved Lumberjacks (and to rattle the opposing team). Now that’s a home-field advantage!

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  • Caleb Guevara, Daniel Cooper and Travis Wattigney

    SFA students, from left, Caleb Guevara, a senior composition major from Houston, Daniel Cooper, distance graduate student majoring in theory-composition from Hilton, New York, and Travis Wattigney, recently-graduated composition major from Fort Worth, are collaborating with students from Southern Methodist University’s Guildhall game development program to create sound design for a video game development project.

  • SFA heatre students Crayten Clendion and Ryleigh Compton in a scene from the School of Theatre’s presentation of Bert V. Royal’s “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead”

    NACOGDOCHES, Texas – Stephen F. Austin State University theatre students Crayten Clendion, senior from Cypress, and Ryleigh Compton, junior from Terrell, are among the cast members in the School of Theatre’s presentation of Bert V. Royal’s “Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead” playing at 7:30 nightly through Saturday, Oct. 10, in Kennedy Auditorium on the SFA campus. The show is also livestreamed. The play is recommended for mature audiences. General ticket prices are: adult, $15; senior (62+), $10; non-SFA student, $10; SFA faculty/staff, $7.50; youth, $7.50; SFA student, $5; virtual access, $15. Live virtual access is available for all performances. Purchase tickets/access at boxoffice.sfasu.edu or call (936) 468-6407. For questions about the play, contact the School of Theatre at (936) 468-4003.

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