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Cost:
Course fee of $230 per student, **Current Texas State students, faculty and staff receive a 50% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $115. ***Veterans and Dive Instructors receive a 25% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $172.50
Contact:
Caleb Henderson
Spring Lake Diving Coordinator
divecoordinator@txstate.edu
512.245.7541.
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
The Spring Lake Management Plan requires that anyone diving in Spring Lake must first take the Spring Lake Dive Authorization course (DAC). This requirement is in place to ensure that all divers entering Spring Lake are knowledgeable of the rules and regulations that apply here.

Scuba diving in Spring Lake, for any reason, is complicated by the delicate nature of the environment. Declared a "Critical Habitat" in 1980, Spring Lake is home to eight federally listed species and is governed by the rules and regulations of the Endangered Species Act of 1973. In addition, Spring Lake is registered as an Archaeological site governed by the rules of the state of Texas Antiquities Law. Consequently there is no recreational diving in Spring Lake.

Course Description
Course Duration: One day beginning at 9 a.m., plus the time necessary to complete take home modules and assessments (approx. four hours).

The Spring Lake Dive Authorization Course is divided into four take-home academic modules and assessment quizzes that are to be completed by each student prior to the beginning of the class.

Students will meet for one full day at Spring Lake where the assessment quizzes will be reviewed, diving skills will be assessed, a tour of the springs will be given and common volunteer tasks will be demonstrated.

This course is PASS/FAIL. Students must score at least 70% on each of the assessment quizzes and demonstrate that they are competent divers (good buoyancy control and situational awareness) in order to pass.

Requirements for taking the Spring Lake Dive Authorization Course:
Show proof of a Full Open Water SCUBA Certification through a major Dive Training Agency (at this time Junior Open Water and Junior Advanced Certifications are not being accepted);

Show proof of a minimum of 20 logged dives beyond their training dives;

Students must provide all of their own equipment, including tanks and weights.

Pay the Course fee of $230 per student*, **, ***

Students must complete and turn in all required paperwork.

*If fees for the course are to be paid through an organization, the Department, the Lead Supervisor, or the Responsible Organization should make Requests.

**Current Texas State students, faculty and staff receive a 50% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $115.

***Veterans and Dive Instructors receive a 25% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $172.50.
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Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos, TX
Cost:
$10/person; children 2 and under are free
Contact:
Meagan Lobban, Education Manager
ml1233@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Join us as we discover the unique ecosystem created by the San Marcos Springs on this guided tour! Scouts will explore various environmental science concepts, while learning about the endangered species of Spring Lake. Admission includes the tour, a glass-bottom boat ride, and a Meadows Center Patch.

Tickets are $10/person; children 2 and under are free. Registration is required: scoutday.meadowswater.org/
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Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos, TX
Cost:
$10/person; children 2 and under are free
Contact:
Meagan Lobban, Education Manager
ml1233@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Join us for Girl Scout Badge Day to discover the unique ecosystem created by the San Marcos Springs on this guided tour! Admission includes the tour, a glass-bottom boat ride, and a Meadows Center Patch. Tickets are $10/person; children 2 and under are free. Registration is required: scoutday.meadowswater.org Click here for more information
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Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos, TX
Cost:
Tickets are $8/person; children 2 and under are free.
Contact:
Meagan Lobban, Education Manager
ml1233@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Did you know everyone lives in a watershed? Do you know your watersheds address? Students will learn what a watershed is, how humans impact watersheds, and how we can protect them and our water resources.

The event will include a guided glass-bottom boat ride and interactive activities that teach students K-12th the interconnections between all living things and water. Homeschool students are encouraged to register.

Tickets are $8/person; children 2 and under are free. Check-in begins at 9:45am at the Meadows Center ticket kiosk. Classes take place once a month. Discount available for reserving multiple events in the series. Details: outdooracademy.meadowswater.org
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Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
$45 per person
Contact:
Miranda Wait
miranda.wait@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Splash into Science is an immersive snorkeling program that provides low-impact educational fun in the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake. Spring Lake is home to spring-fed waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round, seven endangered and threatened species, and one of the longest persistently inhabited sites in North America. This program aims to connect guests to the wonders of our local ecosystem and our relationship with the environment.

All gear will be provided by The Meadows Center, including a 5mm wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins, life jacket, and a dive light (evening class only).  No outside gear will be allowed unless it is for prescription goggles. Life jackets must be worn at all times.

The introductory course will include:
  • Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake
  • Guided tour of the Discovery Hall
  • Guided on water tour including Diversion Springs, Cream of Wheat Springs and the Ossified Forest (approx. 45 minutes)
  • All related equipment and basic snorkeling skills refresher
  • *Participants will be required to pass a swim test prior to the tour
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more about event
Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
$45 per person
Contact:
Miranda Wait
miranda.wait@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Splash into Science is an immersive snorkeling program that provides low-impact educational fun in the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake. Spring Lake is home to spring-fed waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round, seven endangered and threatened species, and one of the longest persistently inhabited sites in North America. This program aims to connect guests to the wonders of our local ecosystem and our relationship with the environment.

All gear will be provided by the Meadows Center, including a 5mm wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins, life jacket, and a dive light (evening class only).  No outside gear will be allowed unless it is for prescription goggles. Life jackets must be worn at all times.

The introductory course will include:
  • Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake
  • Guided tour of the Discovery Hall
  • Guided on water tour including Diversion Springs, Cream of Wheat Springs and the Ossified Forest (approx. 45 minutes)
  • All related equipment and basic snorkeling skills refresher
  • *Participants will be required to pass a swim test prior to the tour
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
$45 per person
Contact:
Miranda Wait
miranda.wait@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Splash into Science is an immersive snorkeling program that provides low-impact educational fun in the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake. Spring Lake is home to spring-fed waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round, seven endangered and threatened species, and one of the longest persistently inhabited sites in North America. This program aims to connect guests to the wonders of our local ecosystem and our relationship with the environment.

All gear will be provided by the Meadows Center, including a 5mm wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins, life jacket, and a dive light (evening class only).  No outside gear will be allowed unless it is for prescription goggles. Life jackets must be worn at all times.

The introductory course will include:
  • Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake
  • Guided tour of the Discovery Hall
  • Guided on water tour including Diversion Springs, Cream of Wheat Springs and the Ossified Forest (approx. 45 minutes)
  • All related equipment and basic snorkeling skills refresher
  • *Participants will be required to pass a swim test prior to the tour
Click here for more information
more about event

Cost:
Course fee of $230 per student, **Current Texas State students, faculty and staff receive a 50% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $115. ***Veterans and Dive Instructors receive a 25% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $172.50
Contact:
Caleb Henderson
Spring Lake Diving Coordinator
divecoordinator@txstate.edu
512.245.7541.
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
The Spring Lake Management Plan requires that anyone diving in Spring Lake must first take the Spring Lake Dive Authorization course (DAC). This requirement is in place to ensure that all divers entering Spring Lake are knowledgeable of the rules and regulations that apply here.

Scuba diving in Spring Lake, for any reason, is complicated by the delicate nature of the environment. Declared a "Critical Habitat" in 1980, Spring Lake is home to eight federally listed species and is governed by the rules and regulations of the Endangered Species Act of 1973. In addition, Spring Lake is registered as an Archaeological site governed by the rules of the state of Texas Antiquities Law. Consequently there is no recreational diving in Spring Lake.

Course Description
Course Duration: One day beginning at 9 a.m., plus the time necessary to complete take home modules and assessments (approx. four hours).

The Spring Lake Dive Authorization Course is divided into four take-home academic modules and assessment quizzes that are to be completed by each student prior to the beginning of the class.

Students will meet for one full day at Spring Lake where the assessment quizzes will be reviewed, diving skills will be assessed, a tour of the springs will be given and common volunteer tasks will be demonstrated.

This course is PASS/FAIL. Students must score at least 70% on each of the assessment quizzes and demonstrate that they are competent divers (good buoyancy control and situational awareness) in order to pass.

Requirements for taking the Spring Lake Dive Authorization Course:
Show proof of a Full Open Water SCUBA Certification through a major Dive Training Agency (at this time Junior Open Water and Junior Advanced Certifications are not being accepted);

Show proof of a minimum of 20 logged dives beyond their training dives;

Students must provide all of their own equipment, including tanks and weights.

Pay the Course fee of $230 per student*, **, ***

Students must complete and turn in all required paperwork.

*If fees for the course are to be paid through an organization, the Department, the Lead Supervisor, or the Responsible Organization should make Requests.

**Current Texas State students, faculty and staff receive a 50% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $115.

***Veterans and Dive Instructors receive a 25% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $172.50.
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
$45 per person
Contact:
Miranda Wait
miranda.wait@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Splash into Science is an immersive snorkeling program that provides low-impact educational fun in the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake. Spring Lake is home to spring-fed waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round, seven endangered and threatened species, and one of the longest persistently inhabited sites in North America. This program aims to connect guests to the wonders of our local ecosystem and our relationship with the environment.

All gear will be provided by the Meadows Center, including a 5mm wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins, life jacket, and a dive light (evening class only).  No outside gear will be allowed unless it is for prescription goggles. Life jackets must be worn at all times.

The introductory course will include:
  • Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake
  • Guided tour of the Discovery Hall
  • Guided on water tour including Diversion Springs, Cream of Wheat Springs and the Ossified Forest (approx. 45 minutes)
  • All related equipment and basic snorkeling skills refresher
  • *Participants will be required to pass a swim test prior to the tour
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
$45 per person
Contact:
Miranda Wait
miranda.wait@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Splash into Science is an immersive snorkeling program that provides low-impact educational fun in the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake. Spring Lake is home to spring-fed waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round, seven endangered and threatened species, and one of the longest persistently inhabited sites in North America. This program aims to connect guests to the wonders of our local ecosystem and our relationship with the environment.

All gear will be provided by the Meadows Center, including a 5mm wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins, life jacket, and a dive light (evening class only).  No outside gear will be allowed unless it is for prescription goggles. Life jackets must be worn at all times.

The introductory course will include:
  • Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake
  • Guided tour of the Discovery Hall
  • Guided on water tour including Diversion Springs, Cream of Wheat Springs and the Ossified Forest (approx. 45 minutes)
  • All related equipment and basic snorkeling skills refresher
  • *Participants will be required to pass a swim test prior to the tour
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
$45 per person
Contact:
Miranda Wait
miranda.wait@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Splash into Science is an immersive snorkeling program that provides low-impact educational fun in the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake. Spring Lake is home to spring-fed waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round, seven endangered and threatened species, and one of the longest persistently inhabited sites in North America. This program aims to connect guests to the wonders of our local ecosystem and our relationship with the environment.

All gear will be provided by the Meadows Center, including a 5mm wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins, life jacket, and a dive light (evening class only).  No outside gear will be allowed unless it is for prescription goggles. Life jackets must be worn at all times.

The introductory course will include:
  • Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake
  • Guided tour of the Discovery Hall
  • Guided on water tour including Diversion Springs, Cream of Wheat Springs and the Ossified Forest (approx. 45 minutes)
  • All related equipment and basic snorkeling skills refresher
  • *Participants will be required to pass a swim test prior to the tour
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
$45 per person
Contact:
Miranda Wait
miranda.wait@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Splash into Science is an immersive snorkeling program that provides low-impact educational fun in the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake. Spring Lake is home to spring-fed waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round, seven endangered and threatened species, and one of the longest persistently inhabited sites in North America. This program aims to connect guests to the wonders of our local ecosystem and our relationship with the environment.

All gear will be provided by the Meadows Center, including a 5mm wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins, life jacket, and a dive light (evening class only).  No outside gear will be allowed unless it is for prescription goggles. Life jackets must be worn at all times.

The introductory course will include:
  • Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake
  • Guided tour of the Discovery Hall
  • Guided on water tour including Diversion Springs, Cream of Wheat Springs and the Ossified Forest (approx. 45 minutes)
  • All related equipment and basic snorkeling skills refresher
  • *Participants will be required to pass a swim test prior to the tour
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
$45 per person
Contact:
Miranda Wait
miranda.wait@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Splash into Science is an immersive snorkeling program that provides low-impact educational fun in the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake. Spring Lake is home to spring-fed waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round, seven endangered and threatened species, and one of the longest persistently inhabited sites in North America. This program aims to connect guests to the wonders of our local ecosystem and our relationship with the environment.

All gear will be provided by the Meadows Center, including a 5mm wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins, life jacket, and a dive light (evening class only).  No outside gear will be allowed unless it is for prescription goggles. Life jackets must be worn at all times.

The introductory course will include:
  • Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake
  • Guided tour of the Discovery Hall
  • Guided on water tour including Diversion Springs, Cream of Wheat Springs and the Ossified Forest (approx. 45 minutes)
  • All related equipment and basic snorkeling skills refresher
  • *Participants will be required to pass a swim test prior to the tour
Click here for more information
more about event

Cost:
Course fee of $230 per student, **Current Texas State students, faculty and staff receive a 50% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $115. ***Veterans and Dive Instructors receive a 25% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $172.50
Contact:
Caleb Henderson
Spring Lake Diving Coordinator
divecoordinator@txstate.edu
512.245.7541.
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
The Spring Lake Management Plan requires that anyone diving in Spring Lake must first take the Spring Lake Dive Authorization course (DAC). This requirement is in place to ensure that all divers entering Spring Lake are knowledgeable of the rules and regulations that apply here.

Scuba diving in Spring Lake, for any reason, is complicated by the delicate nature of the environment. Declared a "Critical Habitat" in 1980, Spring Lake is home to eight federally listed species and is governed by the rules and regulations of the Endangered Species Act of 1973. In addition, Spring Lake is registered as an Archaeological site governed by the rules of the state of Texas Antiquities Law. Consequently there is no recreational diving in Spring Lake.

Course Description
Course Duration: One day beginning at 9 a.m., plus the time necessary to complete take home modules and assessments (approx. four hours).

The Spring Lake Dive Authorization Course is divided into four take-home academic modules and assessment quizzes that are to be completed by each student prior to the beginning of the class.

Students will meet for one full day at Spring Lake where the assessment quizzes will be reviewed, diving skills will be assessed, a tour of the springs will be given and common volunteer tasks will be demonstrated.

This course is PASS/FAIL. Students must score at least 70% on each of the assessment quizzes and demonstrate that they are competent divers (good buoyancy control and situational awareness) in order to pass.

Requirements for taking the Spring Lake Dive Authorization Course:
Show proof of a Full Open Water SCUBA Certification through a major Dive Training Agency (at this time Junior Open Water and Junior Advanced Certifications are not being accepted);

Show proof of a minimum of 20 logged dives beyond their training dives;

Students must provide all of their own equipment, including tanks and weights.

Pay the Course fee of $230 per student*, **, ***

Students must complete and turn in all required paperwork.

*If fees for the course are to be paid through an organization, the Department, the Lead Supervisor, or the Responsible Organization should make Requests.

**Current Texas State students, faculty and staff receive a 50% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $115.

***Veterans and Dive Instructors receive a 25% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $172.50.
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
201 San Marcos Springs, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Meagan Lobban, Education Manager
(512) 245-7560
ml1233@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Celebrate and learn about Earth’s most important resource, water, at the Go Green World Water Day Family Fun Day at Spring Lake! Join us from 11am-3pm as we celebrate water and green living with nature themed art, crafts and activities fun for all ages. This event is free and open to the public. Details: familyfun.meadowswater.org Click here for more information
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Location:
Wimberley Community Center,
14068 Ranch Rd 12, Wimberley, TX 78676
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Susan Nenney, Executive Director - Friends of Blue Hole
info@friendsofbluehole.org
Campus Sponsor:
Friends of Blue Hole & The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
The Friends of Blue Hole Spring 2020 Learning Series brings it all together with four special events. Learn how communities can protect future water supplies and foster successful land stewardship from residential living to our personal interactions with nature.

Smaller Hill Country communities are rapidly losing open spaces that help protect water resources, wildlife and Hill Country beauty. Public advocates, local officials, and developers will understand the future impacts of development and learn about the latest tools and resources for opens space and park creation. A special panel led by Hays County Commissioner Lon Shell, Hays County Precinct 3, will introduce new strategies for successful residential development that preserve natural resources and appeal to families seeking the best of the Hill Country experience.

Registration is free, but is required. Sign up today to join us and let’s talk about helping keep our communities sustainable: learningevents.friendsofbluehole.org…
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Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
$45 per person
Contact:
Miranda Wait
miranda.wait@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Splash into Science is an immersive snorkeling program that provides low-impact educational fun in the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake. Spring Lake is home to spring-fed waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round, seven endangered and threatened species, and one of the longest persistently inhabited sites in North America. This program aims to connect guests to the wonders of our local ecosystem and our relationship with the environment.

All gear will be provided by the Meadows Center, including a 5mm wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins, life jacket, and a dive light (evening class only).  No outside gear will be allowed unless it is for prescription goggles. Life jackets must be worn at all times.

The introductory course will include:
  • Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake
  • Guided tour of the Discovery Hall
  • Guided on water tour including Diversion Springs, Cream of Wheat Springs and the Ossified Forest (approx. 45 minutes)
  • All related equipment and basic snorkeling skills refresher
  • *Participants will be required to pass a swim test prior to the tour
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
$45 per person
Contact:
Miranda Wait
miranda.wait@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Splash into Science is an immersive snorkeling program that provides low-impact educational fun in the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake. Spring Lake is home to spring-fed waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round, seven endangered and threatened species, and one of the longest persistently inhabited sites in North America. This program aims to connect guests to the wonders of our local ecosystem and our relationship with the environment.

All gear will be provided by the Meadows Center, including a 5mm wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins, life jacket, and a dive light (evening class only).  No outside gear will be allowed unless it is for prescription goggles. Life jackets must be worn at all times.

The introductory course will include:
  • Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake
  • Guided tour of the Discovery Hall
  • Guided on water tour including Diversion Springs, Cream of Wheat Springs and the Ossified Forest (approx. 45 minutes)
  • All related equipment and basic snorkeling skills refresher
  • *Participants will be required to pass a swim test prior to the tour
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos, TX
Cost:
Tickets are $8/person; children 2 and under are free.
Contact:
Meagan Lobban, Education Manager
ml1233@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Did you know that bees are not the only pollinators? Pollinators consist of multiple species, from small animals to insects, and they are responsible for one out of every three bites of food we eat! Together, we’ll learn about different types of pollinators and why they are one of the most important aspects of our ecosystem as well as different ways we can move forward to protect them.

The event will include a guided glass-bottom boat ride and interactive activities that teach students K-12th the interconnections between all living things and water. Homeschool students are encouraged to register.

Tickets are $8/person; children 2 and under are free. Check-in begins at 9:45am at the Meadows Center ticket kiosk. Classes take place once a month. Discount available for reserving multiple events in the series. Details: outdooracademy.meadowswater.org
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
$45 per person
Contact:
Miranda Wait
miranda.wait@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Splash into Science is an immersive snorkeling program that provides low-impact educational fun in the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake. Spring Lake is home to spring-fed waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round, seven endangered and threatened species, and one of the longest persistently inhabited sites in North America. This program aims to connect guests to the wonders of our local ecosystem and our relationship with the environment.

All gear will be provided by the Meadows Center, including a 5mm wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins, life jacket, and a dive light (evening class only).  No outside gear will be allowed unless it is for prescription goggles. Life jackets must be worn at all times.

The introductory course will include:
  • Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake
  • Guided tour of the Discovery Hall
  • Guided on water tour including Diversion Springs, Cream of Wheat Springs and the Ossified Forest (approx. 45 minutes)
  • All related equipment and basic snorkeling skills refresher
  • *Participants will be required to pass a swim test prior to the tour
Click here for more information
more about event

Cost:
Course fee of $230 per student, **Current Texas State students, faculty and staff receive a 50% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $115. ***Veterans and Dive Instructors receive a 25% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $172.50
Contact:
Caleb Henderson
Spring Lake Diving Coordinator
divecoordinator@txstate.edu
512.245.7541.
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
The Spring Lake Management Plan requires that anyone diving in Spring Lake must first take the Spring Lake Dive Authorization course (DAC). This requirement is in place to ensure that all divers entering Spring Lake are knowledgeable of the rules and regulations that apply here.

Scuba diving in Spring Lake, for any reason, is complicated by the delicate nature of the environment. Declared a "Critical Habitat" in 1980, Spring Lake is home to eight federally listed species and is governed by the rules and regulations of the Endangered Species Act of 1973. In addition, Spring Lake is registered as an Archaeological site governed by the rules of the state of Texas Antiquities Law. Consequently there is no recreational diving in Spring Lake.

Course Description
Course Duration: One day beginning at 9 a.m., plus the time necessary to complete take home modules and assessments (approx. four hours).

The Spring Lake Dive Authorization Course is divided into four take-home academic modules and assessment quizzes that are to be completed by each student prior to the beginning of the class.

Students will meet for one full day at Spring Lake where the assessment quizzes will be reviewed, diving skills will be assessed, a tour of the springs will be given and common volunteer tasks will be demonstrated.

This course is PASS/FAIL. Students must score at least 70% on each of the assessment quizzes and demonstrate that they are competent divers (good buoyancy control and situational awareness) in order to pass.

Requirements for taking the Spring Lake Dive Authorization Course:
Show proof of a Full Open Water SCUBA Certification through a major Dive Training Agency (at this time Junior Open Water and Junior Advanced Certifications are not being accepted);

Show proof of a minimum of 20 logged dives beyond their training dives;

Students must provide all of their own equipment, including tanks and weights.

Pay the Course fee of $230 per student*, **, ***

Students must complete and turn in all required paperwork.

*If fees for the course are to be paid through an organization, the Department, the Lead Supervisor, or the Responsible Organization should make Requests.

**Current Texas State students, faculty and staff receive a 50% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $115.

***Veterans and Dive Instructors receive a 25% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $172.50.
Click here for more information
more about event

Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos, TX
Cost:
$12/person; children 2 and under are free
Contact:
Meagan Lobban, Education Manager
ml1233@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Join us as we discover the unique ecosystem created by the San Marcos Springs on this guided tour! Scouts will explore various environmental science concepts, while learning about the endangered species of Spring Lake. Admission includes the tour, a glass-bottom boat ride, and a Meadows Center Patch.

Tickets are $10/person; children 2 and under are free. Registration is required: scoutday.meadowswater.org/
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos, TX
Cost:
$10/person; children 2 and under are free
Contact:
Meagan Lobban, Education Manager
ml1233@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Join us for Girl Scout Badge Day to discover the unique ecosystem created by the San Marcos Springs. Learn about the importance of water and how to conserve it! Admission includes the tour, a glass-bottom boat ride, and a Meadows Center Patch. Tickets are $10/person; children 2 and under are free. Registration is required. Details: scoutday.meadowswater.org Click here for more information
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Location:
201 San Marcos Springs, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Meagan Lobban, Education Manager
(512) 245-7560
ml1233@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Join us for an afternoon of celebrating the Earth through entertainment, education, exploration and fun! The Meadows Center is excited to announce the return of the Spring Lake Earth Day Festival at the Headwaters of the San Marcos River. This free, family-friendly event is a wonderful opportunity to join together as a community to recognize and protect our beautiful planet.

Celebrate Mother Earth through a variety of activities, including:
- Educational activities for all ages
- Live entertainment
- Recreation opportunities for all ages
- Food and vendor booths
- Discounted glass-bottom boat tours with a donation of a food item

Learn more: http://earthday.meadowswater.org/
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Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
$45 per person
Contact:
Miranda Wait
miranda.wait@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Splash into Science is an immersive snorkeling program that provides low-impact educational fun in the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake. Spring Lake is home to spring-fed waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round, seven endangered and threatened species, and one of the longest persistently inhabited sites in North America. This program aims to connect guests to the wonders of our local ecosystem and our relationship with the environment.

All gear will be provided by the Meadows Center, including a 5mm wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins, life jacket, and a dive light (evening class only).  No outside gear will be allowed unless it is for prescription goggles. Life jackets must be worn at all times.

The introductory course will include:
  • Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake
  • Guided tour of the Discovery Hall
  • Guided on water tour including Diversion Springs, Cream of Wheat Springs and the Ossified Forest (approx. 45 minutes)
  • All related equipment and basic snorkeling skills refresher
  • *Participants will be required to pass a swim test prior to the tour
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Cost:
Course fee of $230 per student, **Current Texas State students, faculty and staff receive a 50% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $115. ***Veterans and Dive Instructors receive a 25% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $172.50
Contact:
Caleb Henderson
Spring Lake Diving Coordinator
divecoordinator@txstate.edu
512.245.7541.
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
The Spring Lake Management Plan requires that anyone diving in Spring Lake must first take the Spring Lake Dive Authorization course (DAC). This requirement is in place to ensure that all divers entering Spring Lake are knowledgeable of the rules and regulations that apply here.

Scuba diving in Spring Lake, for any reason, is complicated by the delicate nature of the environment. Declared a "Critical Habitat" in 1980, Spring Lake is home to eight federally listed species and is governed by the rules and regulations of the Endangered Species Act of 1973. In addition, Spring Lake is registered as an Archaeological site governed by the rules of the state of Texas Antiquities Law. Consequently there is no recreational diving in Spring Lake.

Course Description
Course Duration: One day beginning at 9 a.m., plus the time necessary to complete take home modules and assessments (approx. four hours).

The Spring Lake Dive Authorization Course is divided into four take-home academic modules and assessment quizzes that are to be completed by each student prior to the beginning of the class.

Students will meet for one full day at Spring Lake where the assessment quizzes will be reviewed, diving skills will be assessed, a tour of the springs will be given and common volunteer tasks will be demonstrated.

This course is PASS/FAIL. Students must score at least 70% on each of the assessment quizzes and demonstrate that they are competent divers (good buoyancy control and situational awareness) in order to pass.

Requirements for taking the Spring Lake Dive Authorization Course:
Show proof of a Full Open Water SCUBA Certification through a major Dive Training Agency (at this time Junior Open Water and Junior Advanced Certifications are not being accepted);

Show proof of a minimum of 20 logged dives beyond their training dives;

Students must provide all of their own equipment, including tanks and weights.

Pay the Course fee of $230 per student*, **, ***

Students must complete and turn in all required paperwork.

*If fees for the course are to be paid through an organization, the Department, the Lead Supervisor, or the Responsible Organization should make Requests.

**Current Texas State students, faculty and staff receive a 50% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $115.

***Veterans and Dive Instructors receive a 25% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $172.50.
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Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
$45 per person
Contact:
Miranda Wait
miranda.wait@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Splash into Science is an immersive snorkeling program that provides low-impact educational fun in the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake. Spring Lake is home to spring-fed waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round, seven endangered and threatened species, and one of the longest persistently inhabited sites in North America. This program aims to connect guests to the wonders of our local ecosystem and our relationship with the environment.

All gear will be provided by the Meadows Center, including a 5mm wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins, life jacket, and a dive light (evening class only).  No outside gear will be allowed unless it is for prescription goggles. Life jackets must be worn at all times.

The introductory course will include:
  • Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake
  • Guided tour of the Discovery Hall
  • Guided on water tour including Diversion Springs, Cream of Wheat Springs and the Ossified Forest (approx. 45 minutes)
  • All related equipment and basic snorkeling skills refresher
  • *Participants will be required to pass a swim test prior to the tour
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more about event
Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
$45 per person
Contact:
Miranda Wait
miranda.wait@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Splash into Science is an immersive snorkeling program that provides low-impact educational fun in the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake. Spring Lake is home to spring-fed waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round, seven endangered and threatened species, and one of the longest persistently inhabited sites in North America. This program aims to connect guests to the wonders of our local ecosystem and our relationship with the environment.

All gear will be provided by the Meadows Center, including a 5mm wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins, life jacket, and a dive light (evening class only).  No outside gear will be allowed unless it is for prescription goggles. Life jackets must be worn at all times.

The introductory course will include:
  • Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake
  • Guided tour of the Discovery Hall
  • Guided on water tour including Diversion Springs, Cream of Wheat Springs and the Ossified Forest (approx. 45 minutes)
  • All related equipment and basic snorkeling skills refresher
  • *Participants will be required to pass a swim test prior to the tour
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more about event

Cost:
Course fee of $230 per student, **Current Texas State students, faculty and staff receive a 50% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $115. ***Veterans and Dive Instructors receive a 25% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $172.50
Contact:
Caleb Henderson
Spring Lake Diving Coordinator
divecoordinator@txstate.edu
512.245.7541.
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
The Spring Lake Management Plan requires that anyone diving in Spring Lake must first take the Spring Lake Dive Authorization course (DAC). This requirement is in place to ensure that all divers entering Spring Lake are knowledgeable of the rules and regulations that apply here.

Scuba diving in Spring Lake, for any reason, is complicated by the delicate nature of the environment. Declared a "Critical Habitat" in 1980, Spring Lake is home to eight federally listed species and is governed by the rules and regulations of the Endangered Species Act of 1973. In addition, Spring Lake is registered as an Archaeological site governed by the rules of the state of Texas Antiquities Law. Consequently there is no recreational diving in Spring Lake.

Course Description
Course Duration: One day beginning at 9 a.m., plus the time necessary to complete take home modules and assessments (approx. four hours).

The Spring Lake Dive Authorization Course is divided into four take-home academic modules and assessment quizzes that are to be completed by each student prior to the beginning of the class.

Students will meet for one full day at Spring Lake where the assessment quizzes will be reviewed, diving skills will be assessed, a tour of the springs will be given and common volunteer tasks will be demonstrated.

This course is PASS/FAIL. Students must score at least 70% on each of the assessment quizzes and demonstrate that they are competent divers (good buoyancy control and situational awareness) in order to pass.

Requirements for taking the Spring Lake Dive Authorization Course:
Show proof of a Full Open Water SCUBA Certification through a major Dive Training Agency (at this time Junior Open Water and Junior Advanced Certifications are not being accepted);

Show proof of a minimum of 20 logged dives beyond their training dives;

Students must provide all of their own equipment, including tanks and weights.

Pay the Course fee of $230 per student*, **, ***

Students must complete and turn in all required paperwork.

*If fees for the course are to be paid through an organization, the Department, the Lead Supervisor, or the Responsible Organization should make Requests.

**Current Texas State students, faculty and staff receive a 50% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $115.

***Veterans and Dive Instructors receive a 25% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $172.50.
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Location:
201 San Marcos Springs, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
Free
Contact:
Meagan Lobban, Education Manager
(512) 245-7560
ml1233@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Join us from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. for a family-friendly event that's fun for all ages, featuring environmental activities crafts to celebrate World Migratory Bird Day and Mother’s Day. This event is free and open to the public. Details: familyfun.meadowswater.org Click here for more information
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Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
$45 per person
Contact:
Miranda Wait
miranda.wait@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Splash into Science is an immersive snorkeling program that provides low-impact educational fun in the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake. Spring Lake is home to spring-fed waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round, seven endangered and threatened species, and one of the longest persistently inhabited sites in North America. This program aims to connect guests to the wonders of our local ecosystem and our relationship with the environment.

All gear will be provided by the Meadows Center, including a 5mm wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins, life jacket, and a dive light (evening class only).  No outside gear will be allowed unless it is for prescription goggles. Life jackets must be worn at all times.

The introductory course will include:
  • Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake
  • Guided tour of the Discovery Hall
  • Guided on water tour including Diversion Springs, Cream of Wheat Springs and the Ossified Forest (approx. 45 minutes)
  • All related equipment and basic snorkeling skills refresher
  • *Participants will be required to pass a swim test prior to the tour
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Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos, TX
Cost:
$10/person; children 2 and under are free
Contact:
Meagan Lobban, Education Manager
ml1233@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Join us as we discover the unique ecosystem created by the San Marcos Springs on this guided tour! Scouts will explore various environmental science concepts, while learning about the endangered species of Spring Lake. Admission includes the tour, a glass-bottom boat ride, and a Meadows Center Patch.

Tickets are $10/person; children 2 and under are free. Registration is required: scoutday.meadowswater.org/
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Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos, TX
Cost:
$10/person; children 2 and under are free
Contact:
Meagan Lobban, Education Manager
ml1233@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Join us for Girl Scout Badge Day to discover the unique ecosystem created by the San Marcos Springs on this guided tour! Admission includes the tour, a glass-bottom boat ride, and a Meadows Center Patch. Tickets are $10/person; children 2 and under are free. Registration is required: scoutday.meadowswater.org Click here for more information
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Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
$45 per person
Contact:
Miranda Wait
miranda.wait@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Splash into Science is an immersive snorkeling program that provides low-impact educational fun in the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake. Spring Lake is home to spring-fed waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round, seven endangered and threatened species, and one of the longest persistently inhabited sites in North America. This program aims to connect guests to the wonders of our local ecosystem and our relationship with the environment.

All gear will be provided by the Meadows Center, including a 5mm wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins, life jacket, and a dive light (evening class only).  No outside gear will be allowed unless it is for prescription goggles. Life jackets must be worn at all times.

The introductory course will include:
  • Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake
  • Guided tour of the Discovery Hall
  • Guided on water tour including Diversion Springs, Cream of Wheat Springs and the Ossified Forest (approx. 45 minutes)
  • All related equipment and basic snorkeling skills refresher
  • *Participants will be required to pass a swim test prior to the tour
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more about event
Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
$45 per person
Contact:
Miranda Wait
miranda.wait@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Splash into Science is an immersive snorkeling program that provides low-impact educational fun in the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake. Spring Lake is home to spring-fed waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round, seven endangered and threatened species, and one of the longest persistently inhabited sites in North America. This program aims to connect guests to the wonders of our local ecosystem and our relationship with the environment.

All gear will be provided by the Meadows Center, including a 5mm wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins, life jacket, and a dive light (evening class only).  No outside gear will be allowed unless it is for prescription goggles. Life jackets must be worn at all times.

The introductory course will include:
  • Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake
  • Guided tour of the Discovery Hall
  • Guided on water tour including Diversion Springs, Cream of Wheat Springs and the Ossified Forest (approx. 45 minutes)
  • All related equipment and basic snorkeling skills refresher
  • *Participants will be required to pass a swim test prior to the tour
Click here for more information
more about event
Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
$45 per person
Contact:
Miranda Wait
miranda.wait@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Splash into Science is an immersive snorkeling program that provides low-impact educational fun in the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake. Spring Lake is home to spring-fed waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round, seven endangered and threatened species, and one of the longest persistently inhabited sites in North America. This program aims to connect guests to the wonders of our local ecosystem and our relationship with the environment.

All gear will be provided by the Meadows Center, including a 5mm wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins, life jacket, and a dive light (evening class only).  No outside gear will be allowed unless it is for prescription goggles. Life jackets must be worn at all times.

The introductory course will include:
  • Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake
  • Guided tour of the Discovery Hall
  • Guided on water tour including Diversion Springs, Cream of Wheat Springs and the Ossified Forest (approx. 45 minutes)
  • All related equipment and basic snorkeling skills refresher
  • *Participants will be required to pass a swim test prior to the tour
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more about event
Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos, TX
Cost:
Tickets are $8/person; children 2 and under are free.
Contact:
Meagan Lobban, Education Manager
ml1233@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Have you ever wondered where birds live and what they look for in a habitat? Join us for our Introduction to Birds class as we learn about bird migration and what birds can be found at Spring Lake!

The event will include a guided glass-bottom boat ride and interactive activities that teach students K-12th the interconnections between all living things and water. Homeschool students are encouraged to register.

Tickets are $8/person; children 2 and under are free. Check-in begins at 9:45am at the Meadows Center ticket kiosk. Classes take place once a month. Discount available for reserving multiple events in the series. Details: outdooracademy.meadowswater.org
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Location:
201 San Marcos Springs Drive, San Marcos TX 78666
Cost:
$45 per person
Contact:
Miranda Wait
miranda.wait@txstate.edu
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
Splash into Science is an immersive snorkeling program that provides low-impact educational fun in the crystal clear waters of Spring Lake. Spring Lake is home to spring-fed waters that remain a constant 72 degrees year-round, seven endangered and threatened species, and one of the longest persistently inhabited sites in North America. This program aims to connect guests to the wonders of our local ecosystem and our relationship with the environment.

All gear will be provided by the Meadows Center, including a 5mm wetsuit, goggles, snorkel, fins, life jacket, and a dive light (evening class only).  No outside gear will be allowed unless it is for prescription goggles. Life jackets must be worn at all times.

The introductory course will include:
  • Introduction to the unique history and habitat of Spring Lake
  • Guided tour of the Discovery Hall
  • Guided on water tour including Diversion Springs, Cream of Wheat Springs and the Ossified Forest (approx. 45 minutes)
  • All related equipment and basic snorkeling skills refresher
  • *Participants will be required to pass a swim test prior to the tour
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more about event

Cost:
Course fee of $230 per student, **Current Texas State students, faculty and staff receive a 50% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $115. ***Veterans and Dive Instructors receive a 25% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $172.50
Contact:
Caleb Henderson
Spring Lake Diving Coordinator
divecoordinator@txstate.edu
512.245.7541.
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
The Spring Lake Management Plan requires that anyone diving in Spring Lake must first take the Spring Lake Dive Authorization course (DAC). This requirement is in place to ensure that all divers entering Spring Lake are knowledgeable of the rules and regulations that apply here.

Scuba diving in Spring Lake, for any reason, is complicated by the delicate nature of the environment. Declared a "Critical Habitat" in 1980, Spring Lake is home to eight federally listed species and is governed by the rules and regulations of the Endangered Species Act of 1973. In addition, Spring Lake is registered as an Archaeological site governed by the rules of the state of Texas Antiquities Law. Consequently there is no recreational diving in Spring Lake.

Course Description
Course Duration: One day beginning at 9 a.m., plus the time necessary to complete take home modules and assessments (approx. four hours).

The Spring Lake Dive Authorization Course is divided into four take-home academic modules and assessment quizzes that are to be completed by each student prior to the beginning of the class.

Students will meet for one full day at Spring Lake where the assessment quizzes will be reviewed, diving skills will be assessed, a tour of the springs will be given and common volunteer tasks will be demonstrated.

This course is PASS/FAIL. Students must score at least 70% on each of the assessment quizzes and demonstrate that they are competent divers (good buoyancy control and situational awareness) in order to pass.

Requirements for taking the Spring Lake Dive Authorization Course:
Show proof of a Full Open Water SCUBA Certification through a major Dive Training Agency (at this time Junior Open Water and Junior Advanced Certifications are not being accepted);

Show proof of a minimum of 20 logged dives beyond their training dives;

Students must provide all of their own equipment, including tanks and weights.

Pay the Course fee of $230 per student*, **, ***

Students must complete and turn in all required paperwork.

*If fees for the course are to be paid through an organization, the Department, the Lead Supervisor, or the Responsible Organization should make Requests.

**Current Texas State students, faculty and staff receive a 50% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $115.

***Veterans and Dive Instructors receive a 25% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $172.50.
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more about event

Cost:
Course fee of $230 per student, **Current Texas State students, faculty and staff receive a 50% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $115. ***Veterans and Dive Instructors receive a 25% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $172.50
Contact:
Caleb Henderson
Spring Lake Diving Coordinator
divecoordinator@txstate.edu
512.245.7541.
Campus Sponsor:
The Meadows Center for Water and the Environment
The Spring Lake Management Plan requires that anyone diving in Spring Lake must first take the Spring Lake Dive Authorization course (DAC). This requirement is in place to ensure that all divers entering Spring Lake are knowledgeable of the rules and regulations that apply here.

Scuba diving in Spring Lake, for any reason, is complicated by the delicate nature of the environment. Declared a "Critical Habitat" in 1980, Spring Lake is home to eight federally listed species and is governed by the rules and regulations of the Endangered Species Act of 1973. In addition, Spring Lake is registered as an Archaeological site governed by the rules of the state of Texas Antiquities Law. Consequently there is no recreational diving in Spring Lake.

Course Description
Course Duration: One day beginning at 9 a.m., plus the time necessary to complete take home modules and assessments (approx. four hours).

The Spring Lake Dive Authorization Course is divided into four take-home academic modules and assessment quizzes that are to be completed by each student prior to the beginning of the class.

Students will meet for one full day at Spring Lake where the assessment quizzes will be reviewed, diving skills will be assessed, a tour of the springs will be given and common volunteer tasks will be demonstrated.

This course is PASS/FAIL. Students must score at least 70% on each of the assessment quizzes and demonstrate that they are competent divers (good buoyancy control and situational awareness) in order to pass.

Requirements for taking the Spring Lake Dive Authorization Course:
Show proof of a Full Open Water SCUBA Certification through a major Dive Training Agency (at this time Junior Open Water and Junior Advanced Certifications are not being accepted);

Show proof of a minimum of 20 logged dives beyond their training dives;

Students must provide all of their own equipment, including tanks and weights.

Pay the Course fee of $230 per student*, **, ***

Students must complete and turn in all required paperwork.

*If fees for the course are to be paid through an organization, the Department, the Lead Supervisor, or the Responsible Organization should make Requests.

**Current Texas State students, faculty and staff receive a 50% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $115.

***Veterans and Dive Instructors receive a 25% discount on the course fee, making the total fee $172.50.
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