The Graduate College
As President Trauth stated in a recent email to the university community: On July 2, the university is planning for a return of modified face-to-face (hybrid) instruction and services in the Fall. If students are comfortable returning to the San Marcos and Round Rock campuses, the university has many protective measures in place. For students who are not able to return to campus at that time, or choose not to do so, remote learning opportunities are available to keep them on track academically. Not all classes will be available in a remote format; so, students will need to get in touch with their graduate advisors to assess how such a choice would affect their paths toward graduation.
Visit the university's COVID-19 page for the most up-to-date university-wide information.
Whether you are a new or returning student, we wish you great success this semester! We encourage you to review university policies in the Graduate Catalog, graduate services in our welcome video, and other essential information in our student welcome. In addition, visit our FAQs page to get answers to the most frequently asked questions by graduate students.
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Why Graduate Studies at Texas State University?
Students in The Graduate College participate in education and research with relevance to the world beyond the university. Nationally recognized faculty lead the way with applied, interdisciplinary scholarship. We have more than 100 graduate degree programs, which include flexible formats for both full-time and part-time students. The university's main campus is located in San Marcos, between Austin and San Antonio, providing a small-town feel with urban opportunities. North of Austin is the Round Rock Campus, adding more flexibility with the same rigorous academics.