The Division of Student Affairs is comprised of 12 departments that serve the student body of Texas A&M University and are committed to making student - centered, data informed, knowledge driven decisions in stewardship of student resources. The various departments strive to provide students with opportunities to explore their passions, interests, and motivation while maintaining a safe and healthy environment.
A Tradition of Excellence since 1939, the Career Center's mission is to promote career learning and development, empowering all Aggies to realize their potential and establishing Texas A&M University as a preferred source of talent.
Disability Resources staff members interact and collaborate with students, faculty and staff to promote an inclusive environment at Texas A&M University by educating the campus community and facilitating appropriate accommodations for students with disabilities.
The Memorial Student Center promotes leadership development and experiential learning opportunities through academic, entertainment, social, arts, political and cultural awareness campus programs and service opportunities while preparing students to engage in a global society.
DMS offers multiple educational and developmental initiatives and programs that foster belonging, community, and engaging learning environments for students to thrive as members of the Aggie family.
The Department of Recreational Sports encourages the Texas A&M community to pursue an active, healthy lifestyle by participating in classes and programs in our recently expanded state-of-the-art facilities.
The Department of Residence Life offers a world-class on-campus student living and learning experience. With numerous residence hall and apartment housing options in multiple locations, residents enjoy the convenience, community, academic support, and security of living on campus.
The Department of Student Affairs Planning, Assessment & Research provides leadership in assessment and planning for the Division of Student Affairs as well as student organizations.
The Department of Student Activities creates and fosters leadership and involvement opportunities that enhance the personal, interpersonal, and organizational development of students and student organizations.
The mission of the Department of Student Community Standards is to cultivate a culture of community responsibility by upholding Texas A&M University’s high standards of conduct and accountability both behaviorally and academically.
Student Life strives to enhance opportunities for students to participate fully in the University experience by providing information, services, programs, and involvement opportunities that facilitate responsible life choices and promote self and community awareness.
The Veteran Resource & Support Center provides 'application to vocation' services support to all Aggie student veterans and military affiliated students by identifying, developing, and delivering uniquely tailored resources and programs.
The Division of Student Affairs is comprised of 13 departments that serve the student body of Texas A&M University and are committed to making student - centered, data informed, knowledge driven decisions in stewardship of student resources. The various departments strive to provide students with opportunities to explore their passions, interests, and motivation while maintaining a safe and healthy environment.