COVID-19 Update Regarding RRC Advising Center Operations
If you have not already done so, please read President Trauth’s statement.
You may also visit the Latest COVID-19 Update & Resources Webpage for updates.
To support the University’s social distancing measures resulting from the COVID-19, all undergraduate non-health professions advising appointments between March 19 and April 10 will be conducted via the following delivery systems:
- or email instead of in-person appointments.
This timeline may be updated as the University adjusts to the evolving conditions. If you want to ask a question that doesn't require a full length advising appointment, you may email your advisor. Please allow us extra time for an answer as we will be receiving numerous emails.
If you prefer a Zoom appointment, please take the following steps:
- Zoom video meeting invite will be sent to your Texas State email from your advisor.
- Log into your Texas State email a few minutes before your appointment to ensure you are connected and wait for your advisor to connect with you shortly.
- If you have trouble connecting to Zoom, your advisor will call the number associated with your student record or email you to conduct the appointment.
If you already have a face-to-face appointment scheduled on March 19 or after, you are welcome to call our office at 512.716.4001 or we will reach out to you individually to discuss your options for converting your appointment to a distance format.
Registration will begin on March 30. Our goal is to provide the same level of service but through a distance delivery method to safeguard everyone’s health.
Thank you for your patience as we adjust to the still evolving situation,
RRC Undergraduate Advising Team.
Academic Advisors help you create and navigate your academic experience at Texas State.
Undergraduate Academic Advising at the Round Rock Campus:
Undergraduate academic advisors are available to assist you with course selection, long range planning and degree requirement verification. The RRC Student Services Suite in the Avery Building offers advising for Applied Arts & Sciences (BAAS), Computer Science (BA and BS), Criminal Justice (BSCJ), General Studies (BGS), Interdisciplinary Studies certifying in EC-6/ESL (BS), Management (BBA), Mass Communication (BA), and Psychology (BA and BS) majors.
Round Rock Campus Advisors specialize in a specific set of Round Rock Campus programs. Your Advisor will be determined by your program of interest. Academic Advising is conducted by appointment only. Appointments are held in the Student Services Suite (Room 201 in the Avery Building) for currently admitted undergraduate Round Rock Campus majors except for Nursing and other Health Professions majors. Nursing advising takes place in the St. David’s School of Nursing. Health Professions advising is conducted by faculty advisors in Willow Hall or by advising staff with the College of Health Professions Advising Center.
To schedule an advising appointment, please call 512.716.4001. To schedule an appointment for Nursing, please call 512.716.2933. We cannot accommodate scheduling appointments via email.
Graduate and Certificate Advising at the Round Rock Campus:
As a graduate or certificate student, you will work with a program specific Advisor.
Please follow this link for a list of Graduate Advisors by program and contact information.
Please follow this link for a list of Certificate Program Advisors and contact information.
Tips for Preparing for Your Advising Appointment:
1. Write down what courses you plan to take next semester or any questions you have about your current registration.
2. Review your transcript evaluation or degree audit report and planner from any previous appointment.
3. Think about what your goals are for the appointment and come prepared with questions to make the most of your time with your advisor.
Important Email Policy
All currently enrolled students are required to have an active Texas State email address (Net ID) and are encouraged to check it regularly for important announcements, notices, updates, changes, and official correspondence.
Currently enrolled students are required to use their Texas State email address when corresponding with any employee of the university.
All correspondence with an Advisor must include the student’s Texas State A-ID number.
Emails and voicemails to an Advisor are typically answered within 24-48 hours.
Advising Appointment Attendance Policy
It is imperative that you are on time to your appointments in order to properly cover all the relevant topics. If you need to cancel or reschedule an appointment, you must notify Student Services at 512.716.4001 at least two hours in advance. If you fail to give two hours notice or if you do not attend your appointment, your absence will be noted as a No-Show. If you are more than 10 minutes late for the appointment, you will need to reschedule.