Congratulations on your acceptance to Texas State! We are delighted you have chosen to pursue a major in the College of Education. Below is some helpful information to prepare you for your advising appointment, the next step toward being a Bobcat!
On this page you will find:
You can review the New Student Orientation presentation here. Review topics covered, such as accessing your Degree Audit, Academic Policies, and the different College of Education majors.
Based on your number of transfer hours, you will be classified into one of the categories below.
Review the steps that you will need to take, in preparation for your first academic advising appointment. Also includes the Advising Syllabus, along with helpful information about the specific degrees offered through the College of Education.
Review a summary of selected academic policies, from the Undergraduate Catalog. Also includes a link to the Academic Policies Acknowledgement form, which must be completed prior to your first academic advising appointment.
Includes helpful tutorials on registering for classes, the waitlist procedure, and how to access your Degree Audit Report (DAR). You will also find helpful information about closed classes, registration error messages, and more.
Use this helpful tool for a list of academic and health-related resources, including Key Offices on campus (such as Career Services, Student Health Center, Office of Veteran Affairs) and Academic Support Programs. Also includes helpful documents, including a campus map, walking times between classes, and a long-range planning form.
Stay up to date on the latest College of Education deadlines and events.
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You are (or soon will be) a recent high school graduate (sign-up now available) or a transfer student that has COMPLETED fewer than 16 college transferable hours since time of high school graduation.
You are a transfer student that has completed 16-29 transferable college hours since time of high school graduation.
You are a transfer student that has completed 30 or more transferable college hours since time of high school graduation.