Registration for summer and fall 2015 will be unavailable on May 22nd. You will not be able to add or drop classes during this time.
Are you ready to build your next schedule? The Bobcat Schedule Builder is a great tool that assists in finding the classes you need in a way that fits your life. After you are done creating the perfect schedule you can ‘Send to Cart’ and register for the classes immediately (provided you have an active time ticket). You can find the new tool by signing into Texas State Self-Service and clicking the Student tab.
A tutorial for registering with Bobcat Schedule Builder can be downloaded here.
Or you can view the tutorial via the Answers@TexasState site by searching for 'Register Bobcat'.
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In 2007, the Texas Legislature enacted Senate Bill 1231 which provides that, except for several specific instances of good cause, undergraduate students entering as first time freshmen at a Texas public institution of higher education in the fall of 2007 or later will be limited to a total of six dropped courses during their undergraduate career.
Policy and Procedure 4.14 Limiting the Number of Course Drops
Letter to Students about Drop Policy
Withdrawing is going to zero hours for the current semester. Withdrawing is only for the current semester and does not affect any future semesters in which you are enrolled. For example, if you withdraw from all classes in Summer II, this does not affect your fall schedule.
Dropping means that you will remain enrolled in at least one hour in the current semester.
In order to officially withdraw from the University, you must complete a Withdrawal Form.
Texas State has been named a military friendly school by G.I. Jobs, Military Advanced Education, and Military Times magazines. We salute the men and women in our military and thank them for their service. For more information, please visit our Student Veteran Resource and Veteran Affairs websites.
Any student with a disability who encounters a barrier to classroom accessibility should identify him/herself to the instructor of the course or the Office of Disability Services (ODS) as soon as possible. Documentation of a disability may be required if not already on file with the ODS. The ODS in conjunction with the instructor of the course and/or academic department will make every effort to provide the necessary and appropriate accommodations in a timely manner.