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Spring 2016 Make-Up Information

Holds Will be Placed March 5th!

A hold will be placed on all student accounts who have not completed the requirements. 

This hold will be placed if you have not completed the make-up for the required sessions you missed OR if you have not completed the CampusClarity online module. These required sessions should be completed by February 24th to avoid any issues. Please take the time to complete your sessions NOW or you will be unable to register for classes.


Make-up information is as follows. All components must be completed ASAP!

CAMPUS CLARITY

  • If you have not completed the online alcohol course, go to www.campusclarity.com and click on "Think About It".
    • Use your TXST E-Mail Address and credentials to login to the server (ex: abc123@txstate.edu)

BOBCAT PREVIEW

  • All other portions of the program can be made up from any device with internet access at this website: https://sa.txstate.edu/bobcatpreview
    • Use your netid to login to the server (ex: abc123)
    • If you receive a '500 Error', contact ITAC (512.245.4822) to clear the error.

CHECK YOUR TXST E-MAIL. Students who missed any components of the Spring Bobcat Preview should have received an initial email on Monday, February 6, 2017 detailing what components they missed and how to make those up. The e-mail contains a link to the make-up site so students can check on their progress.

Because this experience is required of all new students with fewer than 30 transferrable credit hours and/or a member of the PACE cohort, you will need to make up any required sessions that you missed. Failure to do so will jeopardize your spring registration eligibility.


Students who miss any components of the Spring Bobcat Preview Program will have to make-up these sessions during the Spring semester.

Bobcat Preview is a mandatory program for every new and incoming student who is part of the PACE Program or has less than 30 college credit hours post high school graduation. 

Failure to make up the missed sessions will jeopardize your spring registration eligibility.