Office of Articulation and Transfer Resources
University Information Sheet
Texas State University Round Rock Campus (RRC)
1555 University Blvd
Round Rock, TX 78665
This page was created to assist students interested in the Round Rock Campus. Please view the information for the San Marcos Campus if you are interested in transferring to Texas State's main campus in San Marcos, Texas.
Contact for Transfer Students interested in the RRC:
Transfer and Graduate Coordinator at the RRC
Student Services (One Stop Center) Front Desk at the RRC
Articulation Agreement: Yes - Transfer Planning Guides (TPG’s) are available in the ACC Advising and Counseling Centers or online: http://www.rrc.txstate.edu/prospective/tpgs.html.
Texas State only offers the Junior and Senior level courses at the RRC for the 8 Programs listed below, including Nursing. The majority of the Freshman and Sophomore level courses must be completed before a student will be eligible to begin taking Texas State courses for the specific program.
Degree Programs Available at the RRC:
- BAAS-Occupational Education
- Individualized Program (See information below)
- Entrepreneurial and Human Resources Concentration courses are available as well
- BA/BS-Computer Science
- BS-Criminal Justice
- General and Law Enforcement
- Corrections Emphasis courses are available as well
- BS-Interdisciplinary Studies
- BA-Mass Communication
The majority of the Bachelor degree programs at the RRC are geared toward the working student and offer courses in the afternoon or evening. The EC-6th major requires full time enrollment and daytime hours for the student teaching portion of the degree. The Nursing program also requires full-time enrollment and daytime hours for ALL junior and senior level courses. The other programs only guarantee part-time enrollment each semester.
Getting Started checklist: http://www.rrc.txstate.edu/prospective/starting.html
The checklist details the steps a student should follow for Getting Started at the Round Rock Campus.
Admission Requirements for Transfer Students at the RRC:
Admission standards are set by the main campus. However all students will be individually screened to determine eligibility to begin upper level courses at the RRC after acceptance to the university has been confirmed: http://www.rrc.txstate.edu/prospective/admissions.html
Transfer Credit Information:
-Students with 45-plus transferable hours should follow steps listed on the “More than 45 Hours” Checklist:
-Students with 30-plus hours who previously attended colleges other than Austin Community College are encouraged to also follow the “More than 45 Hours” Checklist and apply for Admission early to have transcripts officially evaluated. Once the transcripts have been officially evaluated, the Texas State Advisor can review the courses in the system and advise accordingly. http://www.rrc.txstate.edu/prospective/starting/more.html
-Students with fewer than 45 hours should follow the Transfer Planning Guide for the intended major at ACC, and only complete the courses listed under the ACC Course of Study. http://www.rrc.txstate.edu/prospective/tpgs.html Students planning to transfer to Texas State at the Round Rock Campus are encouraged to meet with Karl Meyer, ACC Advisor, located at the Texas State RRC One Stop Center, Room 201, or contact him at (512) 716-4001 or email@example.com.
Maximum number of hours accepted: 66 (varies at the RRC; see Transfer Planning Guide for your major): http://www.rrc.txstate.edu/prospective/tpgs.html
Work/Life experience based college credits:
The Occupational Education (OCED) program at Texas State prepares nontraditional students for careers through high-quality academic, professional and technical programs. This program grants credit for experiential learning such as work/life experience; credit for non-collegiate instruction; and credit by exam. www.oced.txstate.edu
NOTE: If you are pursuing or already earned Associates in Applied Sciences; not all of those credits can be used for “admissions” purposes. However the OCED program will review the skill based credits (labeled T&V) after admission to determine if they can be utilized toward the degree. Students with Applied Associates degrees usually need to apply as Freshman/Transfers due to the limited number of transferable academic courses.
- D grades are accepted however, a higher grade may be a prerequisite for some courses.
- The original grade in a repeated course is not used for GPA calculations. However, the first repeat and all subsequent repeats will be used for GPA calculations.
- Once enrolled at Texas State, academic standing will be based on Texas State GPA only.
Approximate Cost/Range for One Academic Year:
Tuition and fees vary by semester. Please view the RRC Tuition and Fees webpage at http://www.rrc.txstate.edu/prospective/tuition.html for the most current semester’s information.
***Students taking classes ONLY at the RRC will have four non-applicable fees waived.
Fall - March 31 (Priority Deadline)
Spring - March 31 (Priority Deadline)
Summer - March 1 (Additional Institutional Summer Application required)
Scholarships for Transfer Students:
Texas State University is accredited by the Commission on
Colleges (COC) of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools
(SACS), the regional accrediting organization for eleven states in the
southeastern United States, including Texas.
Note: The information shown here is subject to change. Students are strongly encouraged to verify information with the institution to which they intend to transfer.
Last update: July 2, 2012