The College of Education contains several offices and departments, the websites for which can be found in the sidebar of this page (on a mobile device, you can view the sidebar at the bottom of the page).
So that we can best respond to your needs, please navigate the dropdown menus below. If you're still not sure where to direct your inquiry, please contact the Dean's Office at 512.245.2150 or submit a request for information.
Faculty and staff information can be found on their respective departments' web pages. Please choose a department below to see the listings of faculty and/or staff members. Not sure what department to choose? Click here for a full listing of COE faculty and staff.
You can find detailed information about each of our undergraduate programs on the College of Education Advising website. For more information on undergraduate programs, you can contact the College of Education Advising Office (512.245.3050 or email@example.com) or the department that the program falls within; Curriculum and Instruction (512.245.3701) or Health and Human Performance (512.245.2561).
For information on graduate programs, please visit the web page of the department that program falls within. You can contact each department for more information on their graduate programs.
- Curriculum and Instruction (512.245.3701)
- Health and Human Performance (512.245.2561)
- Counseling, Leadership, Adult Education and School Psychology (512.245.3083)
You can also view a full list of graduate program offerings on the Graduate College webpage.
You can schedule an appointment in one of two ways:
Stop by the College of Education Undergraduate Advising Center located in the Education Building, Room 2143
For more information about scheduling an appointment with an advisor, please visit the College of Education Advising Center's website.
With advanced notice, we are happy to host visitors who are interested in learning more about the programs and majors in the College of Education.
To arrange a visit to the College of Education, please fill out our Visit Campus Form.
If you are interested in visiting Texas State, but do not have a specific interest in the College of Education, please visit the Undergraduate Admissions page to learn more about campus tours and events.