Student Affairs

The College of Education consistently ranks among the top public education colleges in the country. Recognized as a leader on the basis of program quality, educational attractiveness, and faculty productivity, it successfully blends teaching, research, and service to the state of Texas and the nation. The college prepares outstanding teachers, educational leaders, allied health professionals, and professionals in the sport and entertainment industries and in youth and social service agencies.

Upcoming Events

September 5 Monday Labor Day holiday.
September 9 Friday Twelfth class day; this is the date the official enrollment count is taken.

Payment for added classes (add bill) due by 5:00 pm.

Last day an undergraduate student may add a class except for rare and extenuating circumstances. 

Last day to drop a class for a possible refund. (See General Information, Academic Policies and Procedures, for details.)

Last day a graduate student may, with the required approvals, add a class.

Last day a law student may add a class. Last day a law student may drop a class without the approval of the dean.

September 23 Friday Second tuition payment due for students who selected the installment plan.
October 20-21, 24-26 Thursday-Friday, Monday-Wednesday Academic advising for continuing and readmitted students for the spring semester.
October 21 Friday Final tuition payment due for students who selected the installment plan.

Majors and Degree Plans

Alumni Profile

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Jason Bourgeois - Master's in Education Administration, 2012, Academic Counselor in Athletics

Words of Wisdom

Make time to work in office hours with your professors/TA's at least once every two weeks, meet with your advisor a month in advance of every registration period, and do not graduate without taking a visit to the top of the RLM to look through the telescope on Wednesday nights.