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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.


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Why you should participate in Diversity Hackathon 2020

The College of Architecture Diversity Council will be hosting a Diversity Hackathon (DivHack) on February 28-29, 2020 in the Langford Architecture Center. This year@s theme is 50 Years of Building Inclusive Communities. Challenges at this DivHack will address topics relevant to diversity and inclusion issues on campus and beyond. Registration deadline is Sunday February 23. I have been a participant and organizer of this 24-hour event, so here are some of the reasons that you should consider participating in this hackathon.

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Art Therapy: How Your Inner Bob Ross Will Relieve Your Anxiety

Just yesterday I had the absolute pleasure of going to my first SCGO (Soil and Crop Sciences Graduate Organization) event, and it was a workshop/social all about art therapy and how it has changed the lives of graduate students around campus.

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The PP Effect: How does your Place affect your Productivity

I remember my first day at Texas A@M University@s campus. Right before my first semester in the fall of 2019, I noticed everyone roaming around campus and taking photos. The campus of Texas A@M University was a city by itself. I had never been to a campus as huge as this one. Frankly, I didn@t know which building belonged to which department, but all I could see was huge buildings with names of distinguished people written on them. I was amazed to see different statues on the campus. The rich tradition and history of those statues had me spellbound.

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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.

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Degree Planning & Completion

Find step-by-step instructions for completing your master’s, doctoral or professional degree and resources, including relevant deadlines.

Degree Planning


Graduate Catalog

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Thesis & Dissertation

Download the Thesis & Dissertation Manual, document templates and other resources to support the writing and formatting of your thesis or dissertation.

Thesis and Dissertation

Writing Center

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Mentoring & Training

Connect with opportunities to engage in mentoring and other training opportunities at Texas A&M.

Mentoring Resources

Training Resources

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. 


Supporting Diversity

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.


Holistic Support Services

Funding & Employment Opportunities

We’ll help you connect with opportunities to fund your education and research at Texas A&M.

Funding and Aid



Wellbeing & Mental Health

We want you to be able to bring your best self to your graduate studies. Find resources to support your wellbeing.

Healthy Mind and Body

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.

New-Student Resources

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.

Conflict Resolution

Related Knowledge

1991 Teaching Assistant Training and Evaluation Program
1996 Committee Report on TATEP
2013 Report of the Teaching Assistant Training Requirement Task Force

Looking for Documents or Answers?

The Knowledge Center is a great place to start! Find all the resources you need — from Forms to FAQs — in one highly searchable hub.

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Our graduate community thrives on the thoughts, opinions and experiences of Aggies like you. If you have a point of view, a practical tip or something or someone you are proud of, please let us know!