Upper Level Competency Review SRT
INFORMATION FORM (To be completed and submitted by ALL Major in Sound Recording Technology students going through the review process for the first time in Fall 2017, including students currently on deferral from the Spring 2017 review.)
Download the SRT Information Form above, complete electronically or in pen only, no pencil, and return to Michele no later than Friday, December 1st at 5pm.
*Finding your GPA's*: Log on to Self-Service Banner and click on the Student link. Next, click on Degree Audit (review of your current academic progress). It should take you directly to your degree audit. At the top, under the maroon bar entitled Student View you will find your Overall GPA and right beneath that is your Texas State GPA.
*Finding your total number of Core Hours Completed*: On your Degree Audit scroll down until you come to the maroon bar entitled Core. You will find your total Credits Earned already calculated for you on the right hand side of the maroon bar.
*Finding your Music and SRT Course Grades*: On your Degree Audit scroll down until you come to the maroon bar entitled Major in Sound Recording Technology. Under this section you will find all of the courses that you will need to report on.
*Institution Column*: Check either TXST if you took the class here or the Other column if you took the class at a transfer institution.
*Music Ensemble Entries*: Along with the name and grade for your three ensembles, you must select the institution (see above) where you were enrolled in that course. NOTE: Use your Degree Audit for this entry, the section will say Music Ensemble and will list the courses by First Semester Freshman (aka Freshman I on the form), Second Semester Freshman, etc.
WHEN IN DOUBT, DO NOT FILL OUT!
(INSTEAD, SEE MICHELE ORTEGON)
Date = Friday, December 8
Location = Fire Station Studios
Time = Schedule through Michele Ortegon
SRT students must complete 3 of their 4 ensemble requirements in order to pass the ULCR.
DEPARTMENTAL RECITAL & PIANO PROFICIENCY
SRT students are exempt from these two requirements.