Texas State University Round Rock Campus (RRC) is a completely tobacco-free campus. Smoking is strictly prohibited on all RRC property, both inside and outside of RRC buildings. This policy will be enforced.
The information screens in Avery Hall are updated and maintained by Carol Wilkinson in the Administration Office. Contact Carol at 512.716.4400 or firstname.lastname@example.org, or Dawn Hernandez at 512.716.4422 or email@example.com if you wish to have a University sponsored event announced or advertised on the display screens.
In case of inclement weather closings or delayed openings, the RRC follows the decision made in San Marcos. Because of differences in conditions between San Marcos and Round Rock, on some rare occasions, closures may occur only in Round Rock. The main Texas State University website (www.txstate.edu) is the best place to look for closures or delayed openings.
The University Police Officers are responsible for building and campus security. They unlock buildings in the morning and lock and secure the buildings at night. The University Police Office is located in Avery Hall, Room 250 and can be reached by calling 512.716.4911. When officers are out of the office, calls are transferred to the phone they carry with them. In an emergency you can also dial 911 on your cell phone or office phone. UPD also maintains and issues all building and office keys. Anyone requesting a key must have the appropriate approvals. An AED unit is mounted outside the UPD office on the 2nd floor. Emergency evacuation procedures are posted within each classroom in Avery Hall.
Classrooms are assigned through the Senior Administrative Assistant, Amy Wong at 512.716.4401 or firstname.lastname@example.org. Use of any other rooms, conference rooms, offices, building lobbies, hallways, or bulletin board display areas must be scheduled and reserved in advance through the Special Events Coordinator, Dawn Hernandez Hale 512.716.4422 or email@example.com. She will make arrangements for technology support, room configurations, and additional police officers if needed.
Building and grounds maintenance, as well as custodial support, is managed through the RRC Facilities Department, currently located in the Nursing Building, Room 232. Work requests should be handled via the AiM Customer Request program. For emergencies Monday through Friday between the hours of 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., please call Jessica Turnbow-Cao, firstname.lastname@example.org, at 512.716.2991. Should an emergency occur between the hours of 5 p.m. and 8 a.m. or on weekends, please call Dispatch at the San Marcos Central Plant at 512.245.2108. The campus Facilities Manager is Mr. Joel Soto, email@example.com.
Two elevators are provided in the building. The glass elevators in the main lobby are for guests and should NOT be used for transporting or moving large items or boxes. The freight elevator at the east end of the building should be used for moving large items.
All requests for furniture to be moved or purchased must go through the Assistant Director, Lou DeVirgilio at 512.716.4333 or Lou@txstate.edu. His office maintains the inventory for all office and classroom furniture and carefully assigns furniture to rooms and offices for maximum utilization. The office desks and credenzas are easily damaged so they should not be moved or dragged from one side of the office to another. Lou and his staff know how to properly move the furniture to avoid damage.
Every vehicle parked at the RRC must display a valid Texas State parking permit. Every student, faculty, or staff member must register their vehicle, properly display the permit anytime the vehicle is parked on the campus, and become familiar with the Traffic and Parking Rules. Permits are required at all times and there are no after hour or weekend exceptions.
Permits can be purchased on CatsWeb or in the RRC Police Office, Avery Hall, Room 250, when the cashier is on duty.
No signs or posters should be taped or otherwise affixed to the walls, doors, or windows. All postings must be approved at the RRC Student Services counter in Avery Hall, Suite 201 and will be placed on public bulletin boards. Postings will be removed after two weeks.
All material posted on bulletin boards must be approved by the staff in Student Services. Please DO NOT use scotch tape to post announcements on doors, walls, windows, bathroom mirrors or towel dispensers.
Use of skateboards, roller blades, shoes with concealed wheels and other items which may damage property or cause bodily injury are prohibited in the Avery Hall and on RRC property. Bicycles are not permitted in the building. Anyone seeing individuals skateboarding or riding bicycles where prohibited should contact the University Police Department immediately.
Phones are located in each hallway, and the extension numbers for Classroom Support, ITAC and the Police Office have been posted by each phone for your convenience. When using one of these phones, simply dial 6 plus the RRC extension number.
Found property is managed by the University Police Department at the Round Rock Campus. Found property can be dropped off at UPD during Avery Hall hours of operation. Inquiries about property must be taken care of during business hours 9:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday. Property turned into the Police Department is only held 120 days and then disposed of as outlined in University Policies and Procedures 05.01.20 (txstate.edu/effective/upps/upps-05-01-20).
It is the owner’s responsibility to contact the Police Department if they have lost property. It is also the owner’s responsibility to pick up property that has been located at the Police Department. For phone inquiries about lost items, please call 512.716.4950 during business hours 9:00am to 5:00pm Monday through Friday.
The Round Rock Campus Student Services Area (OSC) is located on the 2nd floor of Avery Hall in Suite 201. All academic program information, admissions, registration, tuition payment, financial aid, and advising is handled through that office.
The OSC staff also works with various community and student groups to sponsor food drives and/or to support various community needs. Any department interested in sponsoring any type of drive must go through the OSC for approval.
The RRC Library is located in Avery Hall, Room 255. Materials from Alkek Library in San Marcos are couriered daily to the RRC. Professors can schedule a library training session for the entire class with the librarian as needed. Check their website (rrc.library.txstate.edu) for RRC Library hours as they sometimes differ from Avery Hall Operating Hours.
Students are provided a snack bar and vending area in Avery Hall, Room 202. The Market Express Area is available at all times. Concerns about the food service or the Market Express Area should be reported to Robert Jackson, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Two self‐service FACULTY COPY MACHINES are located in the Faculty Suite (Avery Hall, Room 464). No copy card is needed.
Faculty mailboxes are located in Avery Hall, Room 461. Students may leave mail in your assigned box. You must go inside the mailroom (Avery Hall, Room 461) to pick up your mail. The mailbox slots in the mailroom vestibule (Avery Hall, Room 459) are narrow and are only for dropping off mail.
Incoming US mail is delivered to the OSC. Incoming inter‐office/campus mail is delivered to the evening faculty support staff member who distributes it to the mail boxes. Outgoing inter‐office/campus mail is picked up and delivered to the San Marcos campus via the Courier.
The courier service between the Round Rock Campus and the San Marcos campus runs on a daily basis. The courier departs around noon and returns around 4:00pm Monday through Thursday. On Fridays, the courier leaves the RRC at 9:00am and returns around 1:00pm The courier transports inter‐office mail and library materials.
The Avery Hall does not have a receiving/loading dock. Medium sized to small packages are typically delivered to the OSC. Staples is expected to deliver to each specific department which placed the order. Delivery service companies, such as; UPS, USPS, FedEx, DHS, etc. deliver to the OSC unless the address specifically states a different location on campus.
Large packages should be delivered to the East side of Avery Hall. The freight elevator should be used to deliver to the individual departments whenever possible.
Classrooms are unlocked and locked by the security officers.
Classroom furniture is arranged to optimize the use of the classrooms. If tables and chairs must be moved to accommodate instructional needs, please return them to the original configuration to be ready for the next instructor.
Items posted in the classroom must be posted on the tack boards – not on the walls.
Support with the equipment in the classrooms is available through the IT Assistance Center (ITAC) at 512.245.4822.
Classroom supplies are in the plastic container located in the media cabinet. Should you need additional whiteboard markers or erasers during the semester, please check in the Faculty Suite (Avery Hall, Room 464).
ITAC class materials need to be sent via courier a day in advance. RRC mail is picked up from the RR mailbox in the JC Kellam (JCK) building by the Post Office area. The RRC Courier deposits all of the San Marcos campus mail in the mail slot at the Texas State Post office in JCK, unless specified otherwise. For questions or more information, contact ITAC Classroom Support at 512.245.4822.
Avery Faculty computer support and Avery Computer Lab support is provided by the IT Assistance Center (ITAC). Open Computer labs are located on the third floor, Avery Hall, Room 303 and 305. The 40 seat COMPUTERIZED CLASSROOMS can be requested through, Amy Wong (6-4401 or xw10).
Arrangements for special software should be made in advance and directed to the IT Assistance Center (ITAC), 512.245.4822.
Every effort is made to assign a private office in either Avery Hall, Room 464 or 462 to full time faculty assigned to the RRC. Faculty who teach 2 classes or more at the RRC but who have an office in San Marcos may have to share a departmental office with other faculty from that department. Some faculty members also choose to hold office hours prior to their class time in their assigned classroom. If this is done, please ensure no other classes are scheduled in that classroom.
Coordination of professional development training is centralized and handled primarily by Robert Jackson. All departments housed in Avery Hall are encouraged to attend training held at the RRC. All departments are regularly surveyed as to their interest in various possible workshop offerings.
The RRC maintains two vehicles. The courier van can be used for transportation of some larger items. The car can be used for travel to meetings in San Marcos, out of town, or in the Round Rock area. All reservations need to be made through the Assistant Director, Lou DeVirgilio.
Texas State University Round Rock Campus follows all logo and other publication requirements established by the University Marketing Department in San Marcos. Any department wishing to print or distribute items should be sure to check with the Marketing Department to follow those guidelines. Dawn Hernandez Hale, 512.716.4422 or email@example.com can assist you with the procedures.
The Administration Suite houses Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs, Edna Rehbein; Campus Coordinator, Dawn Hernandez Hale; Assistant Director, Lou DeVirgilio; and Business Manager, Robert Jackson, who handles all financial, purchasing, personnel, facilities, and contractual matters. The three Admin Assistants in the suite are Senior Admin Asst (Events and Schedule of Classes) Amy Wong; Admin Asst (Marketing), Carol Wilkinson; and Admin Asst (Business Office).