Round Rock Campus
1555 University Blvd.
Round Rock, TX 78665-8017
Texas State University offers daytime and evening classes in Williamson County and north Austin for students interested in completing a bachelor’s or graduate degree. From its inception, the Round Rock Campus (RRC) has offered classes after 5:00 p.m. one night per week for the working or adult student. In addition to admissions and advising services, the RRC also provides computer technology assistance, library resources, success workshops, and convenient parking. Students who complete their degree requirements at the RRC are Texas State University students who meet all the same admissions and graduation requirements as students at the San Marcos campus.
The RRC offers junior- and senior-level classes to complete a bachelor's degree in 12 programs as well as 12 graduate degree programs and 5 post baccalaureate certificate programs. As new programs are relocated to the RRC, many of these are offered as daytime programs. Students may enroll in hybrid and online courses and, if they choose, can complete their freshman- and sophomore-level classes at the San Marcos campus, at a community college or at some other accredited institution before transferring to the RRC.
Undergraduate Degree Programs
To register for classes at the Round Rock Campus, students must have completed their sophomore year or have earned at least 45 transferable hours. The 45 hours of credit must be from one of the several bachelor's degree programs offered by the RRC. Students who intend to complete the junior- and senior-level classes at the RRC will follow the same application process as other applicants to Texas State. Because the advising and orientation processes are unique to the RRC it is important to contact RRC student services as soon as possible.
Graduate Degree Programs
The RRC offers 12 master’s degree programs. For more information about admissions requirements and application procedures as well as the list of programs, call, visit or email the address above.