June 2019 Volume 2, Issue 2 The Texas Regional Alliance for Campus Sustainability (TRACS), of which Texas A&M is a member, was created in 2008 at the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE) conference. With the support of both the Environmental Science Institute at the University of
Research, innovation, and sustainability go hand-in-hand. Learn more about the results of the 3rd Annual U-Challenge.
Do you have unwanted items (i.e. clothes, shoes, etc.) as you move out for the summer? Donate, Don't Dump!
How does Residence Life improve students' academics? By providing immersive residential experiences that motivate them to succeed.
As Texas A&M University, we believe sexual harassment and sexual violence has no place in our states, cities, universities or our country. Aggies have an unwavering commitment to serving others and protecting each other.
The Department of Residence Life will recognize eight Texas A&M University students and their faculty and staff mentors during its second annual Honoring Excellence Awards Ceremony, scheduled for Friday, February 1st, 2019.
Planning a camp or conference for summer 2019? Have interns / researchers assisting your college or department this summer? Stay on campus with Residence Life!
The Department of Residence Life is pleased to announce that the newly constructed White Creek Community Center (WCCC) is now open.
Residence Life will be featuring three different tour routes on November 19th at Aggieland Information Day!
Residence Life hosted their 5th Annual Sustainability Dinner on October 23. The Sustainability Dinner is a relaxed event where students have the chance to network with faculty and staff who teach, research, or live sustainably.