Texas State University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (34)
Very good university, just big enough to have diversity, but small enough that the teachers know you. I was able to experience many different types of classes and people. I started with one major and ended with another under good advice of the counseling department. Talk with your professors and the staff, they will help you get t g e best out of your education.
Being a non traditional student with a family to care for, I was able to pursue a bachelors degree from Round Rock at their Higher Learning Center with just a semester of travel to the main campus in San Marcos. Some degree plans allow for distance learning without the need to travel to the main campus. The flexibility and options are endless. Highly recommend Texas State Round Rock to either re-enter the professional world or expand career opportunities!
Texas State was an amazing experience. It has so much to offer in terms of support for their students and for their alumni. I was given the opportunity to work with my peers and gain real experience in my field by my sophomore year of college--something many are not able to do. There were the typical frustrations found at any university (such as dealing with the financial aid office) but overall my experience was one of a kind and I wouldn't trade it for the world. My professors were extremely knowledgeable in their areas and were fair in class policies and expectations.
The Communication Disorders program at Texas State University is a great program. The staff and faculty are completely invested in each individual student and go out of their way to make sure that everyone succeeds. The program was recently awarded an 8 year re-accreditation by the Council of Academic Accreditation in Audiology and Speech Pathology.
Attending a Texas State University has had a tremendous positive impact on my life. Through showing up to class consistently and on time, I had the opportunity to build professional relationships with professors that will last well into my career. Texas State faculty and staff are constantly available and willing to help you gain the knowledge and experience you need in order to be as successful as you can be. The atmosphere throughout the campus is a positive one in which you have the opportunity to meet a lot of great people. Overall, the University is on the fast track to being one of the best in Texas.
Texas State University has truly impacted me in such unimaginable ways. I am currently attending graduate school at Texas State for Counseling, with a focus on couples, marriage and family therapy. My undergraduate experience was filled with opportunities to interact with professionals working in my field, something which greatly helped to solidify my career path. I was involved in multiple student organizations and the Psi Chi international honor society. I worked full time while attending school. My job (which I still currently work at) was made available to me through networking in the Psi Chi honor society. Texas State provided me with the tools and support to complete an undergraduate thesis, of which I presented at a national research conference my senior year(Texas State also funded my trip). Texas State holds a special place in my heart, I am truly proud to call my self an alumni of this university.
There is no better place to attend college than Texas State! The camps feels like home and the professors really show they care about the students and what they want to do with their life's. The San Marcos area is rapidly growing and becoming more and more suitable for college life.
Texas state is an amazing value for an amazing education. Its located in one of the best towns in Texas.
In today's workforce many degree's are not valued. It is to my dismay that I did not find a degree with good earning potential so that I could provide for myself. If I had a penny I would send it to Texas State to let them know that's how much my degree is worth. Luckily, I can move on and earn a Master's and that's exactly what I need to do now, and I need the money to do it.
Texas State University stands out for their business, aquatic biology, and forensic anthropology programs. The university has one of only a few body farms in the U.S., access to a unique aquatic ecosystem hosting endangered animals and plants and the business school has won many awards. The campus is gorgeous and hilly with a diverse student body that continues to grow. Eat'em up Cats!