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Division of Student Affairs Years of Service Celebration 2019

5 Years of Service Kari Keller Becker Esther Benedict-Hayes Heather Bennett Brandy Brown Bruce Brown Angela Calise Mary Compton Andre Cook Megan Culpepper Rachel Doss Ashley Drake Blanca Flores Susan Fox-Forrester Kerri Franklin Donald Freeman Shannon Grigsby Randee Heuberger Kara Humphreys Fritz Kocher Kristern R. Koeplin Dorothy Kopecek Jessica Lennerton Sara Hazel McCoy [...]

Division of Student Affairs Years of Service Celebration 20192019-01-29T13:46:27-05:00

First Annual DSA SECC Bowling Tournment Raises $1,680

The 1st Annual Division of Student Affairs State Employee Charitable Campaign (SECC) Bowling Tournament raised $1,680 for a variety of charities. Sixteen teams of four individuals chose their favorite charity to donate to. Special thanks to Dr. Pugh for helping to bring this event to life as well as Davanna Minter, Susan Fox-Forrester, Joani [...]

First Annual DSA SECC Bowling Tournment Raises $1,6802018-10-26T14:08:15-05:00

Becky Gates Children’s Center Celebrates 20th Anniversary

Major benefactors Dorothy McFerrin and Becky Gates will speak at the event.  In honor of its 20th anniversary, the Becky Gates Children’s Center will host a celebration at 3:30 p.m. on October 26 with refreshments, performances by children who attend the center, fall-themed activities, guest speakers, and a book fair. Becky [...]

Becky Gates Children’s Center Celebrates 20th Anniversary2018-10-25T14:29:48-05:00

Texas A&M University Partners With Pacifica On Mental Health Mobile App

Top rated mental health mobile app Pacifica, offers Texas A&M students, faculty, and staff full access to mental health tools to help manage stress and anxiety. The Student Counseling Service at Texas A&M University is partnering with Pacifica on a mobile application designed to help students, faculty, and staff learn techniques [...]

Texas A&M University Partners With Pacifica On Mental Health Mobile App2018-09-24T10:33:12-05:00

Spirit Friday

The Division of Student Affairs is excited to introduce Spirit Days for the 2018 football season! For many Texas A&M University students, faculty, and staff, wearing maroon Aggie attire on the class / work day before home and away football games is a long-standing custom. Wearing your maroon Aggie attire is an [...]

Spirit Friday2018-11-16T14:07:49-05:00

A Musical Escape

Dr. Timothy Rhea, director of music activities at Texas A&M University, celebrates 25 years of shaping student lives through the power of music. At the young age of 5, Dr. Timothy Rhea fondly remembers gliding his hands across the black-and-white keys of his piano as he performed a song [...]

A Musical Escape2018-04-17T12:07:24-05:00

On a Mission to Shatter the Stigma

Texas A&M University’s new director of student counseling hopes to widen the campus lens on mental health. Mental illnesses affect 19 percent of the adult population, with more than 18 percent of those adults struggling with some type of anxiety disorder. However, only half of those affected receive treatment, often because of the [...]

On a Mission to Shatter the Stigma2018-04-06T15:04:57-05:00

Memorial Student Center Student Conference on Latinx Affairs (MSC SCOLA)

I think it’s very common for people to assume that all Hispanics/Latinos are the same and have the exact same culture. It’s just so eye opening to see different backgrounds and variations of cultures come together to share their experiences and perspectives. Being able to say that you had something to do with that [...]

Memorial Student Center Student Conference on Latinx Affairs (MSC SCOLA)2018-05-03T15:17:56-05:00

Resiliency – What does it mean to you?

Listen to five Texas A&M University students tell their stories of resiliency. Podcast by Justin Romack of TAMU Disability Services Animation by Zack Hillard, TAMU Division of Student Affairs

Resiliency – What does it mean to you?2018-03-02T08:34:30-05:00

INTRODUCING the Spectrum Living Learning Community

Beginning in fall 2018, the Spectrum Living Learning Community will give Texas A&M students the opportunity to surround themselves with Aggies connected to the autism population. Inclusive. Dynamic. Community. Understanding. Neurodiversity. All words used to describe the new Spectrum Learning Living Community (LLC), an innovative program that will launch [...]

INTRODUCING the Spectrum Living Learning Community2018-02-22T08:50:25-05:00