Bleah Patterson

Counseling services rebooted, more improvements to come

University officials are excited to see improvements in the Texas State Counseling Center after an overhaul of their programs.  

The counseling center’s administrators are shifting their focus to the Round Rock campus. Faculty senators asked Kathlyn Dailey, director of mental and clinical health at Texas State, to explain the changes she has been making in the main campus counseling center during their Wednesday meeting. 

Dailey is excited to see the counseling center’s services improve after one semester of being overhauled.

Health care programs moving to Round Rock

University administrators hope the state legislature will approve funding for a new College of Health Professions building on the Round Rock campus.

Ruth Welborn, College of Health Professions dean, hopes the move will be complete by late spring 2018 with three of eight programs in Round Rock opening the following fall.

The clinical laboratory science, health information management, healthcare administration and radiation therapy programs will remain in San Marcos until further funding can be acquired to build in Round Rock. 

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