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Agustín J. García

Agustín J. García, M.S.

Academic Advisor I, Health and Human Performance

Agustín is currently pursuing a Doctorate in Developmental Education at Texas State University. He earned a Master of Science in Kinesiology from the University of North Texas (UNT) in 2015 and a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Texas State University in 2013. Before returning to Texas State as an advisor for the College of Education, he was a Teaching Fellow for the Department of Kinesiology, Health Promotion, and Recreation at UNT, where he instructed physical activity-based courses and physical fitness and wellness labs, assisted in motor behavior and secondary physical education courses, and interned as a sport psychology consultant with the Cross Country and Track and Field teams.

As a first-generation Latino college student and graduate, Agustín is passionate about assisting first-generation, transfer, and non-traditional students in setting and accomplishing their educational and professional goals. Previously, Agustín was an instructor for Texas State's University Seminar (US 1100), which is an introduction to the nature and aims of university education.

Agustín was born and raised in San Antonio, Texas; a member of the Bobcat Marching Band and Texas State Wind Symphony; Alumnus of the Theta Alpha Chapter of Kappa Kappa Psi: National Honorary Band Fraternity; and enjoys Mexican and Chinese food, watching movies and sports, as well as spending time with his wife Kylee (and soon-to-be son), who is also a Texas State Alumna.