Academic Support Initiatives are programs, professional staff, facilities, and learning environments that contribute to student learning and success on-campus.
Academic Peer Mentors are an important component of Residence Life and its mission to offer Texas A&M University students a world-class on-campus student living and learning experience.
The Department of Residence Life has opened registration for overnight accommodations for New Student Conferences Summer 2017. This year available for overnight accommodations in addition to the residence halls on North Side is our newest facility on West Campus - White Creek Apartments.
LaundryAlert is an exciting new laundry machine monitoring and notification system now available to all students living on-campus! You will have the ability to ‘visit’ your laundry room without even leaving your room! Your laundry room is now online so you can do the following: See which machines are available or in use. Request and
Academic Support Initiatives is excited to announce the creation of an undergraduate and graduate student research team within Residence Life. Learn more about the opportunities and the research team.
Staff of TAMU's Residence Life and members of the Aggie Eco Reps attend largest sustainability conference in the country.
On-Campus student leaders participate in intentional leadership development and reflect on their experiences in their roles. Residence Life is pleased to have 7 groups of student leaders participating in the Aggies Commit: Reflections on Student Leadership assessment project coordinated by Student Life Studies.
Self-Service Portal gives applicants easy access to apply for on campus housing. As part of the Department of Residence Life's goal to enhance customer service, it launched an online service tool for housing applicants and current residents on September 20th, 2016. The service portal utilizes a new software system purchased by the department called StarRez. StarRez is a
Residence Life is pleased to host the inaugural Division of Student Affairs (DSA) Faculty Fellow. Dr. Lori Moore, Associate Professor within the Department of Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communications will be the Division’s first fellow. Dr. Moore begins her appointment on Tuesday, August 30th, 2016. The DSA Fellows Program highlights the Division’s commitment to enhancing