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Role of the Graduate Advisor
Graduate advisors have a major role in the academic life of graduate students. Texas State Graduate Advisor responsibilities include, but are not limited to:
The Graduate Advisor Resource Guide has been designed to assist graduate advisors in locating policies and procedures, which are important in advising graduate students.
All Texas State graduate advisors must be members of the Graduate Faculty (Academic Affairs PPS 7.03 The Graduate Faculty - http://www.provost.txstate.edu/pps.html - scroll down to 7.03). The graduate advisor is recommended for appointment by the chair/director of the academic department in which the program is administered and approved by the Graduate Dean. The Graduate Advisor Form must be completed and submitted to the Graduate Dean for approval.
Graduate advisors support the mission of the university and reflect the high standards of leadership in graduate education, as defined by the Council of Graduate Schools in the U. S.
Doctoral Program Forms:
Doctoral Form Information for Advisors