The following regulations govern Texas State extension studies:
- Enrollment in an extension course does not constitute official admission into the university, and non-Texas
State students may take extension courses.
- Students on active suspension from any university are ineligible for extension credit.
- Full-time students at Texas State who will have a course overload if they take extension courses must seek
approval of their school dean and chair..
- Students from other institutions who wish to transfer extension credit should obtain prior approval of their
home institution prior to enrolling.
- Those not admitted to Texas State may take extension courses.
- Transcript records are maintained for all credit earned by extension.
- Those employed as teachers may present for credit toward a certificate or degree not more than six hours
during one public school year.
- Extension coursework completed through Texas State counts toward a student's GPA and may be applied
toward residency requirements for graduation with a bachelor's degree. Hours and grades earned through
Texas State extension courses are counted in the hours required to be elibible for Dean's List and in the
GPA calculation for Dean's List. Also, hours earned through Texas State extension courses are counted in
the hours required to be eligible to graduate with honors and in the GPA calculation for honors.
- A maximum of thirty semester hours for Texas State credit may be completed through a combination of
correspondence and extension courses. Students should seek advice from their academic advisor before
enrolling in an extension course.
For more information on available courses, locations, fees, and other regulations call the Office of Distance and Extended Learning at 512.245.2322, or come by our office in 302 Academic Services Building-North.