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Texas State University Round Rock Campus Disability Services

Front View of Avery Building at Texas State University Round Rock Campus

In addition to serving students with disabilities at Texas State University in San Marcos, we are also committed to meeting the needs of students with disabilities enrolled in classes at the Texas State University Round Rock Campus (RRC).  Disability services for students enrolled at the Texas State University RRC are coordinated by the General Disability Specialist in the Avery Building.  The processes for accessing some services and accommodations at the Round Rock Campus may differ from those described for the main Texas State campus.

Location

Avery Building, Suite 265
1555 University Blvd.
Round Rock, TX 78665-8017

Phone: 512.716.4069

Hours of Operation

Regular Office Hours:
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED

Intersession Office Hours: *
Monday - Friday: 8:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: CLOSED

*To learn more about the Round Rock Campus' intersession dates and hours, please visit the Winter Intersession Office Hours webpage if available.

How to Register with ODS

Registration Process

  1. After being admitted to Texas State University, fill out the CSI (Confidential Student Information) Form.  This is required to register for services with ODS.
  2. Securely provide documentation of the disability or disabilities to our office via in person, fax to 512.245.3452, or upload to the Texas State File Transfer link.  This link and additional information on how to provide documentation(s) will be sent to students' Texas State Email, known as BobcatMail, upon completion of the CSI Form.  Please do not email any confidential information.
  3. ODS will review the need for accommodations and support services based on the student’s disability documentation(s) and disability based-need(s).  It may take up to 30 business days for the ODS to review students' submitted documentation.
  4. ODS will notify the student to schedule their Accommodations Review Meeting via email after their submitted documentation has been reviewed.

Accommodation Letters

Students who are officially registered with the Office of Disability Services and have attended their Accommodation Review Meeting may request their accommodation letter by completing the following process:

  1. Go to the Office of Disability Services website
  2. Click on the icon “Accommodation Letter
  3. Log-in to the Student Affairs Information System using your Net ID and password*
    *This is the same information used to check your financial aid, grades, schedule, etc.
  4. Once you log into the Student Affairs Information
    System, your screen will list actions including “Bobcat Early Success Check,” “PAWS Alert,” “Diversity Connection,” “Student Organizations,” “Event/Activities,” and “Your iCAT (CoCurricular Transcript)” on the left-hand side of your screen. Click on the action “Your iCAT (CoCurricular Transcript)”.
  5. You will now be navigating through the “Your iCAT” page. Scroll down the screen and locate the section titled, “Office of Disability Services” and click on “Request Accommodation Letter.”
  6. After selecting “Request Accommodation Letter,” a disclaimer or notification will appear reminding students of the Office of Disability Services’ processes after requesting their letter. Click “OK”.
  7. After clicking “OK,” an additional notification will appear verifying that your request has been submitted. Click “OK”. Your accommodation letter will be emailed directly to your BobcatMail within 3-5 business days of your request.
  8. Via BobcatMail, forward your accommodation letter to each instructor teaching courses in which accommodations are necessary. Please read the email containing your accommodation letter for detailed instructions on the accommodation letter process.

Schedule Exams with the Testing Center at Texas State University, Round Rock

  1. When you check you Bobcat Mail and received your Accommodation Letter within 3 to 5 business days, the Testing Center at Texas State University, Round Rock will be sent a copy of the email.
  2. A representative from the Testing Center at Texas State University, Round Rock will reach out to students to introduce themselves, orient students with the Testing Center's procedures, and explain how to schedule exams.

To find more information regarding Round Rock Campus's Testing Center Services, please visit the Testing Center at Texas State University, Round Rock webpage.