FRESHMAN

After You’re Admitted

REQUIRED

OPTIONAL

 

Additional Resources

The Academic Success Center helps students identify roadblocks to academic success, provides access to free comprehensive resources and helps students achieve their highest possible academic potential. They offer Supplemental Instruction (SI), tutoring, transfer student services and Independent Study Labs (ISL) for students who do not meet the Texas Success Initiative requirements. They facilitate a Transfer Student Learning Community, one of many targeted support services for transfer students.

The Office of Professional School Advising offers students the opportunity to learn how to prepare for medical, dental, veterinary, law, pharmacy, physician assistant, physical therapy or nursing school.

The University Writing Center helps Texas A&M students learn to write and speak effectively. Through one-to-one consultations, online feedback, and classroom workshops, the writing center strives to make students more self-aware and self-confident communicators.

Recognized as a top destination for recruiting talent in rankings compiled by the Wall Street Journal and the New York Times, Texas A&M is home to one of the largest, most recognized Career Centers in the country. They offer countless resources to help students determine their career goals and design a job search strategy. The Center works with thousands of employers each year as they recruit Texas A&M students and seek future company leaders.

Disability Services offers accommodations counseling, evaluation referral, disability-related information, adaptive technology services, sign language interpreting and transcription services for academically related purposes.

Veterans Services is committed to assisting our students who are veterans, active duty, military dependents and survivors.