Graduate Student Advising
All graduate students are advised by the program office. Advising occurs early in the Summer II session for incoming first year graduate students and again in the spring semester of their 1st year. Students who already have a bachelor's degree in another field are considered "leveling" students and are also advised by the program office. Please see section called "leveling students" link Graduate Degree Program on the left, for details on the number and names of courses required before you can apply to graduate school in the program.
Undergraduate Student Advising
All undergraduate students are advised in the College of Education Student Advising Center by Julie Pipes. This includes incoming freshmen and transfer students. Undergraduate students are advised once per semester. Ms. Pipes can be reached at 936-468-2901 in the Student Advising Center. Students who already have a bachelor's degree in another field are considered "leveling" students and are advised by the office at 936-468-7109.