U.S. Senator John Cornyn and Secretary of the Army Eric Fanning spent part of this Veteran’s Day speaking with active duty and veteran Texas A&M University students about the triumphs and challenges of transitioning from the military to college. Fanning noted he was delighted to spend Veteran’s Day at Texas A&M, known to be a [...]

Putting Aggieland on the Arts & Culture Map

When students think of Shakespeare, Texas A&M University may not be the first image that comes to mind, but the Division of Student Affairs’ University Art Galleries (UART) is striving to bring a wide range of art and culture exhibits to campus and the community. Located on the first and second floors of the Memorial [...]

Serving Those Who Have Served

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 [...]

CLEAR Educates Campus on Sexual Assault & Sexual Violence

Since 2001, April has been observed nationally as Sexual Assault Awareness Month, which aims to raise public awareness and bring education to communities about sexual assault and sexual violence. The Offices of the Dean of Student Life (ODSL) at Texas A&M University is not only looking to bring awareness about these issues during the month [...]

Rusty Thompson ’85 Endowed Memorial Aggie Ring Scholarship

IN HONOR OF RUSTY THOMPSON   The Division of Student Affairs at Texas A&M University and The Association of Former Students, along with the Thompson family are proud to share with you the opportunity to support the Rusty Thompson ’85 Endowed Memorial Aggie Ring Scholarship An online auction has been created to raise money and [...]


On Saturday, March 12, 2016, the Division of Student Affairs said goodbye to a beloved member of our family. Russell W. “Rusty” Thompson‘85, Director of Student Activities passed away due to complications from a recent heart attack. Rusty, as we all knew and loved him, leaves us with far more than a void in our [...]

Student Services @ Cain Hall Relocating

Cain Hall will soon undergo demolition as part of a large-scale Texas A&M University redevelopment project. Part of this redevelopment is the construction of a new building that will provide modern facilities and more space than is currently available. The Division of Student Affairs is extremely excited about the opportunities and benefits afforded by the [...]


Texas A&M is participating in the Student Experience at the Research University survey (Aggie SERU) again this year.  The survey, sent to all undergraduate students, covers many topics from academic to co-curricular. In the last couple of years, for example, we have been able to look at the data to know about their engagement in service [...]

Corps Excursion to Chile

Twenty-six cadets traveled to Chile during Spring Break. They had a wonderful time learning about the Chilean culture, including political, economic, and military aspects as they visited many locations around the area. The cadets visited La Escuela Militar, (Chilean Military Academy), the set of a local television show “Buenas Dias” at Televisión Nacional de Chile [...]