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Spring Break 2013 will occur from March 11-17. During this time, no classes will be held at the RRC. The Avery Building will be open from 8:00 am - 6:00 pm Monday through Thursday and from 8:00 am - 5:00 pm on Friday. We will resume classes and regular office hours on Monday, March 18th. Click here for more info. Have a fun and safe week!
The Round Rock Campus will be CLOSED on Monday, January 21, 2013 in observance of the MLK holiday. We will resume Regular Hours on Tuesday, January 22, 2013. Enjoy the 3-day weekend, Bobcats!
RRC Parking Services has announced the parking permit price for Spring and Summer 2013. Full Story
The Winter Intersession begins Monday, December 17, 2012 and concludes Sunday, January 13, 2013. Classes for Spring 2013 will commence Monday, January 14th. To see office hours for the Round Rock Campus during this break, click on Winter Intersession Office Hours. We hope everyone enjoys the holiday seasons and we look forward to seeing you all again soon at the RRC!
Congratulations to Dr. John Garcia, Dr. Leslie Huling, and students Mari Reed and Lacey Collins, all of whom have been featured in the Round Rock Leader. Click each name to see each RRC Bobcat's featured article.
Congratulations to Dr. Oskam, who was featured in the August 24th edition of the Round Rock Leader. Full Story
Congratulations to Molly Foster, who was featured in the June 9th edition of the Round Rock Leader. Full Story
Round Rock Campus Parking Services has announced the parking permit prices for the 2012 - 2013 academic year, as well as permit prices for Summer 2012. Full Story
The Round Rock Leader continues to feature faculty and students from Texas State Round Rock Campus. Congratulations to Dr. Sharon O'Neal, graduate Randy Custard, and graduate Caleb Harris. Full Story
Congratulations to professor Barbara Wilson, who was featured in the March 30th edition of the Round Rock Leader. Full Story
Congratulations to Texas State University Round Rock Campus for ranking #16 on the list of most visited Texas State webpages for 2011. Full Story
Texas State University-San Marcos Associate Professor of Curriculum and Instruction Sharon O’Neal was named the 2012 “College Teacher of the Year” at the 47th annual Texas Council of Teachers of English Language Arts Conference and Exhibition on Jan. 20. Full Story
The School of Journalism and Mass Communication will award more than $20,000 in endowed scholarships for the coming school year. Applying is easy. Deadline is March 2, 2012. Full Story
We are excited to announce that the Associated Student Government (ASG) added a 15th position on the Executive Cabinet for a student representative from the Round Rock Campus. Molly Foster was recommended for this position by her faculty and RRC personnel and accepted. Congratulations and thank you, Molly!
Molly welcomes the opportunity to meet you and to give you a chance to meet her. You are invited to a MEET & GREET on Thursday, February 9 from 5:30 p.m.— 6:15 p.m., Avery Bldg., Room 204. Bring your thoughts, ideas, concerns, and your friendly faces! Snacks provided..
Dr. Judy Oskam has been named Director of the School of Journalism and Mass Communication at Texas State University, effective July 1, 2012.
Dr. Oskam has been at the Round Rock campus since she started with Texas State in 2006. She has served as Associate Professor and Associate Director for Round Rock Programs for the School of Journalism and Mass Communication. Full Story
Texas State University-San Marcos has been reclassified as an Emerging Research University by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.
University officials were notified of the reclassification on Thursday, Jan. 12.
Texas State now joins seven other Texas public universities that are already classified as Emerging Research Universities. They are Texas Tech University, the University of Texas at Arlington, the University of Texas at Dallas, the University of Texas at El Paso, the University of Texas at San Antonio, the University of Houston and the University of North Texas. Full Story
Our celebration will consist of a Texas State Student Gosepel Group performance, a re-enactment of "I Have A Dream" speech and the celebration program. Open to all students, staff, faculty and the community.
Tue, January 31, 2012, 5:15 p.m. - 7:00 p.m., Avery Building Full Story
We are so pleased to welcome Allison Skinner as an academic advisor at the RR Campus. Allison will be advising Mass Com, CJ and pre business undergraduate students. Her office is located in Room 201B. Her contact information is 512-716-4035 or mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org. Be sure to give Allison a Big Bobcat Welcome!
Effective Dec.1, 2011, student parking permits ($64) for Spring 2012 are available for purchase. Visit the Parking Services Office (Avery 250) at Round Rock campus, or contact Jessica Casas at 512.716.4950. Parking Services cashier office hours are: 9:00 a.m. - 7:00 p.m, Monday through Thursday.
Congratulations to Karen Ripley for her promotion to Transfer and Graduate Coordinator effective August 31, 2011. In her new role, Karen will be instrumental in assisting prospective students, coordinating Bobcat Days- Round Rock and New Student Orientation among many other responsibilities.Full Story
Joyce Purtle joined the OSC front desk two afternoons a week on a part time basis beginning Wednesday, September 7th. Welcome onboard, Joyce! Full Story
The Round Rock Campus was brought to the public attention by Austin Woman in its August Issue.Full Story
Dr. Edna Rehbein, Director of the Round Rock Campus, was featured in Austin Woman Magazine August Issue, talking about her passion for education.Full Story
Barbara Herdman, Site Coordinator at the Round Rock Campus (RRC), was selected as the Texas State Employee of the Month for July 2011.Full Story
Texas State University will become tobacco-free on both of our campuses effective August 1, 2011. Texas State became smoke-free inside all university buildings and vehicles in 2000, and several outside smoke-free zones were established in 2005. The Round Rock campus opened in 2005 as a smoke-free campus, and now we are extending that policy to the San Marcos campus.Full Story
On November 18th The Austin American-Statesman published the “Top Workplaces 2010” – a list of the best places to work in the greater Austin area. Round Rock Campus has been named to the list.Full Story
At this year's annual Round Rock chamber of Commer Banquet, Dr. Rehbein was honored by receiving the Chairman's Award of the year for her service and leadership to the RRC and the community.Full Story
Alexandra Ekstrum is one of the students who attend classes at the Texas State University Round Rock Campus, but this year, she shines with her new title, the Outstanding STARS Mentor of the Year at Caldwell Heights Elementary.Full Story
It is highly recommended that all students visit with an advisor once a semester to update your degree plan since there are some changes in the degree requirements for the upcoming semesters. Full Story
Get your parking permits to park on campus. Full Story
Check the current employment opportunities for the RRC. Full Story