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 [...]

A 21ST CENTURY EDUCATION 2017-10-26T09:55:50+00:00

Staff Wellness Fund Provides New Opportunities

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 [...]

Staff Wellness Fund Provides New Opportunities 2017-10-26T09:56:05+00:00

Division Update – June 2, 2016

BECKY GATES CHILDREN’S CENTER The Children’s Center will be involved in study and investigation units on the beach, animals found in water, dinosaurs and a study of bees. Our monthly picnics and “fun with water” splash activities will also begin this month. We have a group of returning kindergarten “Little Aggies” and two children enrolled [...]

Division Update – June 2, 2016 2017-10-26T09:56:43+00:00

GILBERT LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE

The Conference The Gilbert Leadership Conference is a seven week leadership development program that leads to a four-day conference for freshmen delegates at Texas A&M University. For 10 years, GLC has inspired and challenged freshmen to learn about character, service and involvement; and how to incorporate these values into their lives throughout their college career [...]

GILBERT LEADERSHIP CONFERENCE 2017-10-26T09:56:47+00:00

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 [...]

Serving Those Who Have Served 2017-10-26T09:57:07+00:00

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 [...]

CLEAR Educates Campus on Sexual Assault & Sexual Violence 2017-10-26T09:57:34+00:00

BIG BOOTS TO FILL

Corps Announces Second Female Commander Cecille Sorio ’17, the current Third Wing sergeant major for the Corps of Cadets, was selected as the new Corps Commander for the 2016-2017 school year Tuesday.Originally from San Antonio, Sorio grew up in Germany. After her mother died, Sorio decided to only consider universities in Texas in an effort to [...]

BIG BOOTS TO FILL 2017-10-26T09:58:22+00:00

MUSIC TO OUR EARS

USA Today Poll Ranks the Aggie Band As No. 1 in the Nation Every precise formation is mapped out by hand by director Dr. Timothy Rhea, senior associate director Lt. Col. Jay Brewer and associate director Capt. Travis Almany.USA Today’s College Football Fan Index shows Texas A&M University’s Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band leading the national list.“For those [...]

MUSIC TO OUR EARS 2017-10-26T09:58:36+00:00

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 [...]

Student Services @ Cain Hall Relocating 2017-10-26T09:58:41+00:00

A NEW HOME FOR THE SOUNDS OF AGGIELAND

Texas A&M Foundation Receives Lead Gifts in Campaign to Build New Music Activities Center Three Aggie couples have made the initial signature gifts in a campaign to raise funds for a new Music Activities Center at Texas A&M University, a facility on the south end of campus that will house all university orchestras, choral groups [...]

A NEW HOME FOR THE SOUNDS OF AGGIELAND 2017-10-26T09:58:49+00:00