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Who can schedule their advising appointment online via e-SARS?

Students who meet the following requirements can schedule their advising appointment online via e-SARS:

  • were enrolled at Texas State in Spring or Summer 2020 and
  • have 2.00 or higher Texas State GPA and
  • are a current College of Science and Engineering major

If you do not meet the requirements above, please call 512-245-1315 to schedule. This is because you need a longer appointment than e-SARS will allow.

Examples of those who need to call for an appointment:

  • those who need New Student Orientation advising
  • student whose Texas State GPA is below 2.00
  • ROTC or AFROTC students who need long-term academic plans
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  • The College of Science and Engineering advisors are able to provide accurate, friendly, and consistent academic advising to our majors.

    Advisors work with students to explain degree requirements and university policies, answer questions regarding academic probation and suspension, and assist in choosing appropriate off-campus coursework.

    Advisors are also able to refer students to appropriate campus resources and help create degree plans.

  • You may schedule an appointment with the College of Science and Engineering Undergraduate Advising Center by:
    • Scheduling a Zoom appointment using E-SARS if you are science & engineering major and in good academic standing 
    • Calling our office at 512.245.1315
    • Utilizing one of our online advising forms.
  • A "no-show" is a scheduled appointment which is missed without a cancellation notice. A cancellation notice after the scheduled appointment time has begun is a "no-show." Arriving more than 10 minutes late for your scheduled appointment also counts as a "no-show." 

    If you need to cancel your appointment with an advisor, please call the College of Science and Engineering Undergraduate Advising Center before your scheduled appointment time at 512.245.1315. 

    If you have two no-shows in one academic year, you will be required to meet with the Associate Dean of Science and Engineering to determine if you are able to schedule further appointments with the advising center. If you have advising holds on your account, no-showing your appointment could affect your ability to register in a timely fashion. 

    An academic year is the beginning of the Fall semester through the end of the Summer semester. The no-show count will reset at the beginning of each new academic year.