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Texas A&M University provides students with a plethora of resources to aid in student success, retention and overall well-being. Below is a list of several campus resources that are available to students.

Since advising procedures for every major vary, please contact the department to find out advising requirements, hours and locations.

The purpose of this office is to serve as a centralized system established to respond fairly to academic violations of the Aggie Code of Honor.

The purpose of the Academic Success Center is to help students succeed academically through academic coaching, success workshops and classes, supplemental instruction (SI), tutoring and other various academic programs.

Provides links to maps of campus, construction locations, parking, and featured events as well as bus routes.

This office provides career advising, handouts regarding majors, walk-in resume review, workshops, on campus interviews, assistance with interviewing skills, connections to former students as well as employers that recruit both on and off campus, and help finding internships, externships, co-ops, and work abroad.

CAPS is committed to the development of the whole person through individual, couple and group counseling. In addition to personal counseling, CAPS' helps students with career counseling, testing services, learning disability and ADD/ADHD screenings, psychiatric services, stress management/test anxiety and biofeedback training, and crisis intervention.

Disability Resources staff members interact and collaborate with students, faculty and staff to promote an inclusive environmnet at Texas A&M University by educating the campus community and facilitating appropriate accommodations for students with disabilities. It offers accommodations coordination, evaluation referral, disability-related information, adaptive technology services, sign language interpreting and transcription services for academically related purposes.

The goal of this office is to facilitate the success of new students through their first year at Texas A&M. They provide new students with the framework to adjust to the expectations, standards, academic rigors, and social community.

This office works with students throughout their academic careers. Information regarding academic calendars, catalogs, FERPA, registration, schedule of upcoming classes, Q drops, fnal exam schedules, transcripts and more are housed here.

This office serves as the central location for students to learn more about professional school programs, such as law school, medical school, etc.

This department distributes and processes housing applications, maintains waitlists, coordinates room/hall changes, and coordinates communication with students living on-campus in the residence halls, off campus in the university apartments, and in the Corps of Cadets housing.

This office helps students find accurate information about applying for financial assistance, costs, types of aid, maintaining eligibility, and more.

Some common issues that are supported by this office include concerning-behavior follow-ups, student welfare checks, student absence notifications, Silver Taps/student deaths, sexual violence response, consultation regarding withdrawal from school, transition issues, and general university policy consultation.

This office processes student tuition/fee payments and administers installment plans. They also oversee the Aggie Card among other services.

This office provides students with quality programs of preventive, therapeutic, and primary medical care services and educationally prepares them with diverse strategies for success in preserving health and promoting wellness.

This website allows user to search the over 900 recognized student organizations available at Texas A&M.

This document provides information regarding academic rules, student life rules, and student grievance procedures. All students are expected to be fully acquainted with these policies.

This site gives information on parking, parking passes, and other transportation related information.

This site offers the ability to search the reference catalogs, reserve study rooms, check out equipment, view course reserves, suggest purchases, and learn more about class resources such as APA or MLA formatting and Endnote or RefWorks.

The UWC offers online or in-person one-to-one consultations on writing or public speaking. They can answer questions regarding any part of the composing process, help students develop oral presentations, and work with groups on collaborative writing projects.

The mission of this office is to identify, develop, and provide uniquely tailored resources and programs to students who are veterans, active duty, reserve or national guard, or military dependents, survivors and families. This office strives to be a single point of contact to refer students to the appropriate resources, both on and off campus. They do everything but financial aid/military educational benefits.

This office certifies educational benefits for veterans including scholarships and financial aid for veterans and their dependents.