HOWDY! On behalf of the entire Division of Student Affairs, we are pleased to welcome each of you to the start of an exciting academic year at Texas A&M University. Special greetings to the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Class of 2020 who kicked off a new tradition by taking their class photo on Kyle Field. As [...]
In December of 2015 the Division of Student Affairs received funds from Texas A&M University to be used for professional and personal staff growth. Associate Vice President for Student Affairs, Tom Reber, has been spearheading the committee charged with using these funds to organize staff development and wellness programs. “This is an opportunity to give [...]
Texas A&M University is now known as one of the most military and veteran friendly universities in the nation and is a premiere location for many veterans seeking higher education after their military service. However, many are unprepared for the mental transition it takes to go from active military duty to a being student in [...]
If there’s no quit in Aggies, there’s a whole lot of Aggie in Deshae Lott ’94 ‘99. You don’t have to meet her in person to bask in the glow of her positivity, her apparently unbounded energy, her passionate desire to live life to the max and help others do the same. When she’s not [...]
Leaders. Innovators. A love for service. Texas Aggies. We all know Texas A&M produces leaders for tomorrow. But did you know continuing that tradition is what the J. Malon Southerland Aggie Leader Scholarship is all about? By easing the financial burden on dedicated Aggie student leaders, the scholarship enables them to continue their leadership roles [...]
Vice President for Student Affairs LtGen (Ret) Joe Weber '72 recently announced the appointment of C. J. Woods as Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs. C.J., who has served as Texas A&M's Director of the Department of Multicultural Services since 2006, has more than 11 years experience as a department head in higher education and [...]
Each year, the Division of Student Affairs recognizes outstanding staff achievements. All recipients will be announced and honored at the May 6 Division of Student Affairs Awards Ceremony. Award Recipients Announced! View the 2009 Award Recipients.
The Diversity Awards ceremony recognizes the recipients of the Diversity Service Award, Gary Gray Memorial Student Recognition Award, Partners in Learning Award of Excellence, Rainbow Award and The Phyllis R. Frye Advocacy Award. The ceremony is sponsored by the Office of the Vice President of Diversity, the Department of Multicultural Services, the Department of Disability [...]