Undergraduate Studies offers a host of academic support services to help you and all Aggie students transition to the university classroom, connect with peers and faculty, experience an intellectually stimulating environment and prepare for a rewarding future.
THE ACADEMIC SUCCESS CENTER (successcenter.tamu.edu) guides you to academic success through courses, workshops, supplemental instruction, tutoring, and individualized coaching on performance and study strategies. The Success Center also provides services designed specifically for transfer students.
LAUNCH (Learning Communities, Academic Excellence, Undergraduate Research, National Fellowships, Capstones & Honors—launch.tamu.edu) provides challenge and enrichment through honors courses, academic awards, community activities, research programs, national recognition, and final projects that can be customized and individualized to enhance your personal, professional and intellectual development.
THE PUBLIC POLICY INTERNSHIP PROGRAM (ppip.tamu.edu) provides undergraduate and graduate students with a unique opportunity to combine academics with policy knowledge and professional work experience. You can actively participate in the policy process at the state, national or international level. Internships are offered every fall, spring, and summer in Washington, D.C., various European cities, and Austin, Texas, when the State Legislature is in session.
TRANSITION ACADEMIC PROGRAMS (tap.tamu.edu) includes the Aggie Gateway to Success and TAMU-Blinn TEAM, which help with the transition into Texas A&M through individual academic advising, peer mentoring, and community support. Additionally, Transition Academic Programs facilitates the General Studies transitional major for students who are changing majors.
THE UNIVERSITY WRITING CENTER (writingcenter.tamu.edu) assists with any type of writing or public speaking, from brainstorming to editing. Visit our web site for information and tips on writing or public speaking or to make an online or in-person appointment.
STUDY ABROAD PROGRAMS OFFICE (studyabroad.tamu.edu) facilitates the participation of all Aggies in transformational, international educational experiences such as study, intern, research, and volunteer programs for both graduate and undergraduate students. You can participate for as little as a week or as long as an academic year, in a large group or in an individual program.
3 – 2 PROGRAMS
Several colleges offer programs in which students may receive both their bachelor’s degree and their master’s degree at the same time. These dual degree programs offer students the opportunity to earn both degrees in a shortened, five-year period. Interested students should contact their academic advisor for more information.
One of the largest campus recruiting programs in the nation, the Texas A&M University Career Center has received national and regional recognition for our many best practices.
More than 5,000 employers, including more than 80 percent of the Fortune 500 companies, recruit at Texas A&M each year. Our goal is to assist you every step of the way, from your freshman year through graduation, and after, as a former student. We will help you to prepare your résumé(s) and credentials, develop your interviewing skills, understand salary expectations, research potential employers and create professional networks. Our online system, HireAggies, provides access to job postings, employer directories, career assessment tools and professional networking resources. The Career Center can be found online at HireAggies.com and is located in Suite 209 of the John J. Koldus Building. You can also find the Career Center on Facebook, Twitter and YouTube.