Students can check for dates and times for registration each semester, They may do so by visiting the Check Registration Eligibility page on the registrars webpage or check Self-Service banner for any holds after you log in with your student ID number and PIN just go to the Student tab and click on registration status hyperlink for that information.
Advising appointments can be scheduled by call 512-245-1490 or stopping by the College of Applied Arts Advising Center in the Agriculture Building, room 201 and setting the appointment in person. If you are on campus you can also schedule appointments online here: http://advising.appliedarts.txstate.edu/
Applied Arts and Sciences majors will need to call 512-245-1490 to schedule an appointment.
The advising center typically has an “on call” advisor to assist with quick questions, check your schedule, sign forms, and to lift advising holds when appropriate. If it is determined you need assistance, which will require more than 10 minutes, you will be required to schedule a traditional academic advising appointment.
The catalog states that, Academic probation is "an emphatic warning that the quality of the student’s work has not met Texas State’s minimum academic standards and that the quality must improve during the probationary semester in order for the student to continue at Texas State. A student will be placed on academic probation at the end of the fall or spring semester in which the Texas State GPA is less than 2.00. A student will be removed from academic probation at the end of any long semester or summer term if the Texas State GPA is 2.00 or higher".
In other words, if your Texas State GPA falls below a 2.0, you'll be placed on academic probation.
Students placed on academic probation have two long (fall/spring) semesters to raise their Texas State GPA to the minimum 2.0 required. Students who fail to raise their GPA at the end of the second probationary semester will be placed on academic suspension.
Students who do not reschedule or cancel their academic advising appointments within one hour of the scheduled start time will be considered a “no show”. Students who “no show” three (3) appointments in an academic year will have a hold placed on their account until they attend an appointment with their academic advisor. A student who fails to keep their fourth scheduled appointment must meet with the supervisor of the advising center. This policy will be published on the Academic Advising Center’s web site and noted on the Advising Syllabus.
A degree audit lists all of the requirements for your degree, including (but not limited to):
Minimum number of hours required
Advanced hours required
Writing intensive hours required
Residency hours (taken at Texas State) required
Minor requirements (if you have a minor)
The degree audit will note if a requirement has or has not been satisfied, or if it is in progress. Students are encouraged to use their degree audit report as a guide when planning their progress toward completion of the above requirements. Students are encouraged to make an appointment with their advisor for assistance in interpreting their degree audit. A degree audit is not an academic transcript and it is not official notification of completion of degree or certificate requirements.
Click the above links for more information about each major with the certification option.
In addition to the requirements of your major, you would also need to apply and be admitted to the Teacher Preparation Program. For more information about admittance to the Educator Preparation Program click HERE
Partners in Academic Student Success (PASS) is an initiative of the College of Applied Arts Advising Center designed to assist students on academic probation. Students on probation are required to complete an online Student Opportunity for Success (SOS) session, and attend three PASS workshops or complete the online assignment, and meet with their academic advisor. The workshops and online assignment serve to aid students in identifying factors contributing to their current academic status and to provide students with the appropriate tools to reach their academic goals.
For more information about the PASS Program click HERE
Students who have been away from Texas State for one long semester (fall or spring) and wish to return are considered former students. All former students must reapply in order to return to Texas State. For more information click HERE