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Student Counseling Service

  Student Counseling Service (SCS) provides short-term personal, career and group counseling, as well as limited psychiatric services. In addition, the SCS provides stress management and biofeedback services, workshops, campus outreach and crisis intervention. Dr. Maggie Gartner Executive Director, Student Counseling Service scs.tamu.edu P: (979) 845-4427 F: (979) 862-4383 Mailing Address: Student Counseling Service 1263 TAMU College [...]

Student Health Services

Student Health Services is an accredited ambulatory health center that promotes and maintains the health of Aggies at Texas A&M University. Through education, disease and injury prevention, and primary and ancillary medical services, Student Health Services has dedicated staff who provides exceptional care for Aggies to be successful and healthy at Texas A&M University. Martha [...]

Student Life Studies

The Department of Student Life Studies provides leadership in assessment and planning for the Division of Student Affairs as well as student organizations.  Through quality assessment services, Student Life Studies gathers and interprets data about the student experience, departmental effectiveness, and the Division's contributions to University priorities, supporting continuous improvement of programs and services. Dr. [...]

University Art Galleries

University Art Galleries partners with faculty, student groups, and other university entities to present programs and exhibitions designed to increase the awareness of and appreciation for the visual arts. In addition to becoming an essential visual arts partner to a diverse campus and community, the University Art Galleries aspires to provide welcoming spaces for reflection [...]

University Center & Special Events

University Center & Special Events (UCEN), manages the Memorial Student Center, Rudder Theatre Complex, J. Earl Rudder Tower, John J. Koldus Building, All Faiths Chapel, Albritton Bell Tower and the University Center Guest Suites. Their highly skilled team provides a full range of professional services, which include event coordination and setup, equipment rentals, AV services, [...]

Veteran Resource and Support Center

The Veteran Resource & Support Center provides personalized and notable support to all Aggie student veterans and military affiliated dependents by identifying, developing, and delivering uniquely tailored resources and programs. In addition to these resources, the Veteran Resource & Support Center aims to provide a welcoming space, peer mentoring and tools to help student [...]

Becky Gates Children’s Center

The Becky Gates Children’s Center provides exemplary, affordable and accessible early childhood care and education for the faculty, staff and students affiliated with Texas A&M University’s main campus in a developmentally appropriate, nurturing, stimulating and safe environment. The program is culturally responsive and racially, ethnically and linguistically diverse with families from 26 countries speaking [...]

CREATING A WELCOMING ENVIRONMENT

ExCEL Helps Aggies from Under-Represented Communities Find Ways to Connect on Campus Lyndon Pryor ’04 isn’t sure where he would be today without Texas A&M University’s ExCEL program. The Houston native remembers struggling academically and having difficulty finding his place on campus as a historically underrepresented student during his freshman year. He considered dropping [...]

COUPLE CREATES PLANNED GIFT FOR AGGIE MUSTER

When Mauri ’09 and Aaron King ’09 sat down to create their wills, they knew they wanted to give back to their alma mater in whatever way they could. Their love for all things Texas A&M—the traditions, spirit, and community—led the couple to establish a planned gift for the Aggie Muster Endowment managed by the [...]

VETERAN SCHOLARSHIP PROGRAM

Serving Well Those Who Have Served June 16, 2016 In an effort to help relieve the financial stress experienced by many of Texas A&M University’s more than 1,150 veterans, the Veteran Resource and Support Center (VRSC) announced a new scholarship initiative for veterans and their spouses last fall. The initiative, which outlines three tiers of [...]