To help you make the most of your time we’ve consolidated our key resources and information here. Keep scrolling for professional development and funding opportunities, degree completion information, thesis and dissertation help and more. If you are on a graduate assistantship or are otherwise employed by Texas A&M, visit the Graduate Student Employees page for additional resources.GRADUATE STUDENT EMPLOYEES
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Now that the Texas heat is directly upon us, and the campus is starting to get filled with new people, it is time to get geared up for the fall semester. Throughout summer in my past blogs I have tried to make the blogs more about self-growth and rejuvenation. But now that we are only weeks away from the start of a new term, I would like to share some tips or things you can do in order to make your semester a more productive one...
Mentoring and Me
This summer I have had the pleasure of participating in the REU program, which is designed to take students from undergraduate institutions without many research opportunities and giving them that experience. Now I have never had to mentor someone on a one on one basis before, so this was uncharted territory for me...
Howdy TAMUS AGEP students! The Reflect, Restore, and Recharge Summer Retreat I for TAMU AGEP-T Graduate Students held on June 7, 2017 was designed to give you an opportunity to gain insights, share experiences, and get inspired by your academic student peers on topics commonly known to induce stress, reduce motivation, and impair healthy well-being...
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Resources for Graduate and Professional Students
Are you wondering what the next step is in your degree path? Planning your thesis and looking for research funding? Having a more challenging time juggling your classes, work and family than you anticipated? No matter what kind of support you need, the Graduate and Professional School has your back.
Degree Planning & Completion
Find step-by-step instructions for completing your master’s, doctoral or professional degree and resources, including relevant deadlines.
Thesis & Dissertation
Download the Thesis & Dissertation Manual, document templates and other resources to support the writing and formatting of your thesis or dissertation.
Grow Your Professional Skills
Through professional development, you’ll gain skills that complement the discipline-specific knowledge gained in your degree program. If you participate in G.R.A.D. Aggies, our university-wide professional development program, you can earn certificates to put on your resume or CV.
Part of what makes the Aggie family great is the diversity of persons, views and experiences that it comprises. Everything from classroom discussions and research to performance and design are viewed through a fuller lens when students and faculty from varying ethnic groups, socioeconomic backgrounds, geographic residencies and cultural experiences converse and collaborate.
Texas A&M’s Division of Student Affairs hosts a variety of services, centers and resources to support undergraduate and graduate students of all backgrounds and identities. Connect with Multicultural Services, find resources for veterans and individuals with disabilities, and explore the LGBTQ+ Pride and Women’s Resource centers.
Each year, we welcome more than 6,000 international students from nearly 130 nations to Texas A&M. Visit International Student Services to find resources for international students.
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Funding & Employment Opportunities
We’ll help you connect with opportunities to fund your education and research at Texas A&M.
Wellbeing & Mental Health
We want you to be able to bring your best self to your graduate studies. Find resources to support your wellbeing.
New to Texas A&M?
Welcome to the Aggie family! Explore these resources to help you get familiar with Texas A&M and the many opportunities and resources available to you.
Conflict Resolution & Ombuds Services
The Graduate Ombuds Office advocates for the fair processes of graduate education and provides equal, open access to all parties: graduate and professional students, staff, faculty and administrators. We provide a neutral view to help mediate and resolve conflicts of all kinds.