Once you complete your Housing Application (you’ve paid your application fee and signed your contract), you can access the Living Learning Programs (LLPs) applications. Learn more about LLPs at http://reslife.tamu.edu/llps
The U-Challenge provides students the unique opportunity to gain access to data about the residence halls here at Texas A&M University. Students will use this information, and draw upon the expertise of the staff from Utilities and Energy Services and Residence Life, to learn about the current proficiency of the buildings and propose ways to increase the buildings’ efficiency to a panel of staff, faculty, and administration. All majors and classifications are encouraged to participate.
Applications are required. Deadline to apply is 5:00pm, Monday, February 5, 2018. Apply online at http://reslife.tamu.edu/living/sustainability/uchallenge/.
Sales end January 17 at 7:00 pm.
The MLK Breakfast serves as a formal way to reflect on the life, legacy, & accomplishments of Dr. King. At Texas A&M, our hope is to not only honor King, but to also make his legacy relevant for the university and its students, faculty, & administration. We hope to utilize the passion & spirit associated with King, the Civil Rights Movement, & other leaders of the past to inspire & foster a spirit of action in the leaders of today & tomorrow. Join us for this special event as we welcome our special guest, Kevin Powell.
A native of Jersey City raised by a single mother in extreme poverty, Powell exemplifies Moving Forward from a difficult past into a greater future. After graduating Rutgers University, thanks to New Jersey’s Educational Opportunity Fund, Kevin has made positively affecting the lives of others part of his mission.
On behalf of the U.S. State Department, he toured Japan lecturing on the importance & relevance of Dr. King & his famous “I Have a Dream” speech in the 21st century. Kevin Powell aims to make Dr. King’s message applicable to students in the 21st century & discusses the Civil Rights movement of today.
As a pop culture curator, Kevin produced the first exhibit on the history of hip-hop in America at the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame, which toured America & overseas. As a humanitarian, Kevin’s work includes local, national & international initiatives to end violence against women & girls (including a very well regarded appearance on The Oprah Winfrey Show highlighting domestic violence); & he has done extensive philanthropic & relief work, ranging from Hurricane Katrina to earthquakes in Haiti & Japan, to Superstorm Sandy in New York, to his annual holiday party & clothing drive for the homeless every December since 9/11.
We at Texas A&M University invite you to Aggieland Saturday, an annual campus-wide open house for prospective students and their families. During this one day, you can meet current students, tour the dorms, visit libraries and computer labs and see what Texas A&M has to offer you. You can also learn more about our colleges and majors, get information about admission and pick up some financial aid and scholarship information, too.
You could spend 52 Saturdays working, cleaning your room or mowing the yard. Why not spend one Saturday in Aggieland? Registration is recommended but not required. So bring your family and friends, and we’ll see you in Aggieland on Saturday, February 10, 2018.
Keep Brazos Beautiful is holding their annual Texas Trash Off event on March 3, 2018 from 9:00 to 11:00 am. Volunteer teams of 3 or more will be assigned a site in B-CS area to clean up. All tools needed for the cleanup will be provided. The event will wrap up at the Brazos Center with a complimentary lunch. The first 300 volunteers will receive a free tee shirt.
Pre-Registration is Required!! DEADLINE TO REGISTER is February 14
We make joining a Living Learning Program (LLP) easy! Apply before April 1st at 11:59p.m. CST.
If you decide to join an LLP, the application is contained in the on-campus housing application. Review the step-by-step instructions below for more details.
- Login to the myHousing Portal at oncampusaggies.tamu.edu.
- Complete your Housing Application. This includes paying your application fee and electronically signing your housing contract.
- The Portal will display a screen called Living Learning Programs and show all available LLPs. Choose “Yes” to “Are you interested in applying to be part of a Living Learning Program?” Click Save & Continue.
- The next page, Living Learning Program Preferences, will invite you to preference up to three but a minimum of one Living Learning Program. Click Save & Continue.
- All LLPs require you to answer the following two common questions. If you are preferencing and applying for more than one community, be sure to answer the questions in a way that makes sense to all the communities. Consider writing out your answers before you start your Housing Application. Provide your responses and click Save & Continue.
- What do you hope to gain from a Living Learning Program?
- How do you plan to contribute as an active participant in a Living Learning Program?
- Some LLPs will have a supplemental application, or more steps, to fully complete their application. Check each of the individual LLP websites you are applying for to learn if this is applicable to you.
That’s it! Check your Texas A&M University email address on or before the LLP Application Notification date to learn if you were accepted. Be sure to accept or decline your acceptance or alternate offer if you are extended one.
End of 9.5 month leases at White Creek Apartments