Athletic Academic Center

Harris Hall 1st Floor
T: 512.245.2978

Located on the lower level of Harris Dining Hall, the Athletic Academic Center (AAC) is an integral part of the life of Bobcat student-athletes and has a vast amount of services and assistance available. The AAC is structured to provide student-athletes with five basic components, Academic Excellence, Athletic Excellence, Community Service. Career Development and Personal Development. The AAC, which is open six days a week (Sunday-Friday), houses a state-of-the-art computer lab, areas for both individuals and group study, and offices for the AAC staff.

The AAC is led by six full-time professional staff members, four graduate assistant students and university trained tutors. The ACC staff, in conjunction with the Assistant Athletic Director for Compliance Services, strives to educate the student-athletes about the numerous NCAA rules and regulations while monitoring the student-athletes progress for continuing eligibility. 

Each student-athlete works with their College (Major) Advisor to make sure that they are enrolled in the correct classes to graduate. The AAC staff verifies the classes to ensure that the student-athlete is working towards their degree, making yearly satisfactory progress and meeting GPA requirements.