No, the program only admits students for the Fall semester due to the cohort-nature of the program.
Absolutely! International students contribute to the diversity and cultural fabric of the student affairs program and to the Texas State community.
The SAHE program is cohort-based, which means that students take a majority of their courses with one another as full-time students. Students wishing to pursue the program part-time while holding a professional student affairs position will be considered and should speak directly with the Program Coordinator regarding admissions.
There are many graduate assistantship opportunities in various offices across the student affairs and academic affairs divisions at Texas State. All applicants are encouraged to interview during the SAHE Program Interviews. Although an assistantship position is not guaranteed, nearly all students in the program have an assistantship position, and the program faculty and staff actively assist in the assistantship placement process. For more information check the Graduate Research Assistantships page.
The Graduate College provides information on scholarships, loans, and grants that are available to graduate students. Check the Graduate College "Financing Your Graduate Education" page for more information.