The College of Education Undergraduate Advising Center is the source for information about undergraduate degree programs offered through the College of Education at Texas State.
The College of Education Undergraduate Advising Center is the source for information about undergraduate programs within the College of Education at Texas State. We've compiled a few helpful notes to assist you as you explore our web site's extensive resources for current and prospective students:
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Late Registration for Summer I: May 28 - May 30 (Ends at 3:00 pm)
Late Registration for Summer II: July 1 – July 3 (Ends at 3:00 pm)
Registration for Fall 2013 will open again at 8 am on Wednesday, May 22, and run through August 6.
Late Registration for Fall 2013: August 9 - August 22 (Ends at 3:00 pm)
You can confirm these dates as well as learn about other important deadlines by viewing the Academic Calendar.
Scroll over the Registration tab in the menu bar above to find information about:
On behalf of the College of Education Undergraduate Advising Center, we would like to congratulate all of Spring 2013’s graduating students. Good luck with your future endeavors!
We would also like to take this opportunity to congratulate two outstanding individuals from our very own Advising Center:
The College of Education Undergraduate Advising Center is looking to hire Work Study students for the Summer/Fall 2013 semesters. If you're interested in joining our team, stop by ED 2143 to pick up an application.
To be considered, you must have been awarded Federal Work Study for Spring 2013. No other applications will be considered at this time.
Work Study positions are responsible for front desk operations. Duties include: answering phones, scheduling student advising appointments, checking in appointments, filing, assisting students in person and via phone, and other duties as assigned and needed by the Center.
Pick up an application from the College of Education Advising Center (ED 2143) front desk. Please include a copy of your Summer/Fall 2013 schedule and work study allotment with your completed application. Email applications, stand-alone resumes, and incomplete applications will not be considered. This position will remain open until filled.
The Jowers Admin Desk will start accepting closed class forms for Summer Only on the following schedule dates:
Summer I: May 28th - 30th
Summer II: July 1st - 3rd
Note: For Fall registration, the Closed Class Form will not be accepted prior to the 1st day of class, August 26th.
Students who have been away from Texas State for one long semester and wish to return are considered former students. All former students must reapply in order to return to Texas State.
A student who leaves Texas State due to academic suspension will return on probation after complying with the suspension requirements and meeting readmission criteria outlined by the University.
For additional information about returning to Texas State, please refer to the Undergraduate Admissions Former Students web page.
If you need to cancel or reschedule an appointment, you must notify the Advising Center by phone or in person before your scheduled advising time.
If you fail to give advance notice or if you do not attend your appointment, your absence will be noted as a no-show.
After three no-shows, you will forfeit the right to schedule appointments in advance and will only be able to meet with an advisor on a first-come, first-served basis at a designated time to be determined by the advising center.
The Degree Audit is a helpful resource for students to track their degree progress and remaining degree requirements. Students are encouraged to use the Degree Audit in conjuction with other University resources available to them (Advising Worksheets, Undergraduate Catalog) and, as always, should consult with an Academic Advisor for the most updated information about their degree plan.
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