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+00:00

National Pan-Hellenic Council

This council has given me opportunities to do things like host programs, sit on advisory boards, organize events, work as part of a leadership team, and so much more. It has taught me a great deal about professionalism and planning, which are two leadership skills that will carry me through my education and career [...]

National Pan-Hellenic Council2018-05-03T15:17:39+00:00

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+00:00

Khiem Pham ’18 – Student Spotlight

Industrial Distribution | Sugarland, Texas  | LessThanUThink Team Leader & Class Councils LessThanUThink (LTUT) In 2009 student teams competing in the American Advertising Federation's National Student Advertising Competition wanted to create an campaign that combats the nationwide issue of binge drinking on college campuses. The University of Alabama's team discovered that the [...]

Khiem Pham ’18 – Student Spotlight2018-02-21T12:28:33+00:00

Families within the Aggie Family

Residence Life has created two social support groups for historically underrepresented students living on campus. With a financial boost from a $25,000 college completion grant, the Department of Residence Life created two new programs to help Hispanic and African-American students living on campus feel more comfortable and confident with their [...]

Families within the Aggie Family2018-02-08T14:15:36+00:00

Flu Update

The cold/flu season is upon us! We have compiled some helpful information for you to help you through this season.  Be sure to visit the Student Health Services website at  for more information. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has reported widespread flu activity in all 50 states. These viral infections of the [...]

Flu Update2018-01-25T16:14:19+00:00

Aggies to Aggies Focused on Embracing Diversity

Aggies to Aggies peer educators presenting a workshop for an organization on campus. “There are subtle gestures on campus that make some students feel unwelcome or excluded,” said Farren Fontenot, an Aggies to Aggies peer educator. “To personally feel that made me want to join an organization that could address [...]

Aggies to Aggies Focused on Embracing Diversity2018-02-01T12:09:38+00:00