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 shs.tamu.edu/flu  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

Growing Aggie Leaders on Campus

Residence Life Recognized for Peer Mentor Training Program The College Reading and Learning Association announced this month that it had certified Texas A&M University’s Peer Mentor Training Program on the master level—the highest rating possible—through its International Mentor Training Program Certification process. It is the first time that the association has recognized [...]

Growing Aggie Leaders on Campus2018-01-22T10:22:50+00:00

Texas A&M University Students Design 3-D and Braille Campus Map

All students and campus visitors can better navigate the Texas A&M University campus through a 3-D and braille map located at the southeast entrance of the Memorial Student Center. Thanks to the mind of one bright mechanical engineering student, Tyler Wooten ’19, all students and campus visitors can better navigate [...]

Texas A&M University Students Design 3-D and Braille Campus Map2018-01-22T15:23:48+00:00

Division of Student Affairs Years of Service Celebration 2018

5 YEARS OF SERVICE Kenneth Allison Kathryn Bannon Alyssa Barigian Megan Bork Caroline Bratlien Amanda Bruce Donna Carroll Jo Ann Culpepper Libby Daggers Wendi Denk Jamie Garcia Rick Greig Jo Ann Hernandez Carly Ivey Kyle R. McCracken Josh Morris Chad Parker Neil Peltier Santana Simple Meredith Simpson Canon Tomsen Krista [...]

Division of Student Affairs Years of Service Celebration 20182018-01-11T10:33:46+00:00

Asian Aggies Join Forces for Awareness

Texas A&M University Asian Presidents’ Council working to increase civic participation on campus. “Be present.” The ability to be present is empowering Jessica Hsu ’19 to increase awareness of the Asian community on the Texas A&M University campus and to her community. In September, this senior Nutritional Sciences major and vice president [...]

Asian Aggies Join Forces for Awareness2017-11-06T13:36:18+00:00

Student Health Services Partners with Southern Smash, Eating Recovery Center to “Smash” Negative Body Images

On Wednesday, October 18, Texas A&M University Student Health Services partnered with Southern Smash and the Eating Recovery Center to provide a scale smashing event for students. This event was hosted behind the A.P. Beutel Health Center and was intended to “smash” negative body images and provide resources for those who may be suffering [...]

Student Health Services Partners with Southern Smash, Eating Recovery Center to “Smash” Negative Body Images2017-10-26T10:02:32+00:00