Student Spotlight – Carling Repass ’18

Student Spotlight – Kameron Turner ’19

For 10 years the Reverend Martin Luther King, Jr. (MLK) Breakfast has been an annual and staple event on the Texas A&M University campus. While this event has had the incredible fortune to bring many prestigious and well-known speakers in the past, this years’ director, Kameron Turner, decided to incorporate her passion into her overall [...]

Prestigious A&M Conference Prepares New Generation of Black Leaders

The Southwestern Black Student Leadership Conference offers professional development opportunities to black students attending Texas regional universities. KaieEssence Bodden ’17 describes herself as an introvert who prefers spending time with small groups instead of large crowds. While she still relishes those small group interactions, the New Orleans native has honed her ability to lead larger [...]

Student Spotlight – Michelle Alvarez ’18

Going off to college is always a huge milestone in life and students are faced with new challenges every day. The Division of Student Affairs’ Department of Residence Life is striving to make living on campus a unique and positive experience. Through safe, sustainable, and state of the art facilities Residence Life provides numerous housing [...]

PROVIDING OPPORTUNITIES FOR EVERY STUDENT MUSICIAN

The rich musical tradition of Texas A&M University extends beyond the two most visible Aggie ensembles, the Fightin’ Texas Band and the Singing Cadets. Along with those storied groups, the Division of Student Affairs’ Department of Music Activities serves over 1,300 students who participate in four concert bands, three choirs, two jazz bands, two orchestras, [...]

TEXAS A&M VETERANS DAY EVENTS TO INCLUDE PARTICIPATION BY SEN. JOHN CORNYN, ARMY SEC. ERIC FANNING

Texas A&M University, noted for its long and rich military history, will observe Veterans Day Friday (Nov. 11) with various events, along with some starting Wednesday, that will honor Aggie veterans and current military personnel and also those who made the ultimate war-time sacrifice. Many of the activities are being coordinated by Texas A&M’s Veteran [...]

USAA and TEXAS A&M ESTABLISH FINANCIAL COURSE

The USAA Educational Foundation and the Texas A&M University Financial Planning Program are joining forces to launch a first-of-its-kind financial readiness program. Open to all students, while targeted specifically to the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets and veterans on campus, the program is designed to help military leaders of the past, present and future make [...]

Aggie Mindfulness

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 [...]

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 [...]

A 21ST CENTURY EDUCATION

Final Corps Leadership Learning Centers Open On Friday, Aug. 5th, the Corps of Cadets at Texas A&M University opened the final two of four planned Leadership Learning Centers (LLCs) The Susan and Michael J. Plank ’83 Leadership Learning Center and the Stephen C. Ash ’87 Leadership Learning Center will help facilitate the academic success of [...]