COVID-19 Update Regarding COSE Advising Center Operations
Remote (online) advising is being offered to COSE students
In response to COVID-19, the College of Science and Engineering Academic Advising Center will deliver advising services via remote (online) advising.
The Science and Engineering Advising Center is ready to assist students virtually. Please know that our staff are working resolutely to provide you the best advising we can in these extraordinary circumstances. Please anticipate that there may be delays or technology issues during this unprecedented situation - but we will always do our best to advise our students!
COSE students can access advising services from the comfort & safety of their own home
Please utilize one of the following online advising forms for your advising needs.
- This form will ask what courses you think you need to take (or want to take), along with gathering additional information. An advisor will respond to your submission with a plan for summer and/or fall courses.
- Have a super quick question? Send us an email! You can use the “Ask a COSE Advisor” form instead of emailing email@example.com directly. This form will allow us to gather necessary information at one time, like your student ID, major, etc.
- If you are currently on academic probation and have not met with an advisor (and have a probation registration hold), you can submit this form in lieu of a 1-hour probation advising appointment. Please note students who utilize this form are required to list potential summer and fall coursework.
- If you know the registration system will have trouble recognizing that you meet the prerequisites for a class, submit this form prior to registration. We’ll review your audit and enter an override, if necessary, which should allow you to register when registration opens (and the course has seats available).
We are actively reviewing these forms in the order they were received. We will reply to your Texas State email.
Scheduled advising appointments will be held via Zoom video appointments.
Video meeting invites will be sent to your Texas State email
Log into your Texas State email 5 minutes before your appointment and search for a meeting invite. This sometimes goes into the "Other" folder of your Bobcat Mail (i.e., not the "Focused" inbox).
If there are any technical difficulties with Zoom, we will call the number associated with your Texas State student record. If Zoom is not an option, call 512-245-1315 to arrange an alternative.
We appreciate your patience as we adapt to this rapidly changing situation. We are working as hard as we can to address your academic questions and concerns.