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Texas A&M University is a national leader in graduate education in large part thanks to dedicated faculty and staff like you. The Graduate and Professional School wants to make sure you and your students have the support you need to continue leading the way. Here, you’ll find key resources that will assist you in advising your students.
If you are a graduate advisor, administrator or graduate director, you can find more personalized resources for each role on its home page.
GRADUATE FACULTY ROLES
The Graduate Faculty at Texas A&M University consists of the President, the Provost and Executive Vice President, the Associate Provosts, the Deans of all subject-matter colleges, selected Directors, and properly qualified academic groups.
Graduate Teaching Faculty
Faculty members meeting the credentialing requirements for teaching graduate and post-baccalaureate course work are automatically members of the Graduate Teaching Faculty.
The office of the dean of faculties assumes responsibility for verifying the teaching qualifications for faculty.
INFORMATION FOR GRADUATE TEACHING FACULTY
INFORMATION FOR FACULTY TEACHING CREDENTIALING
Graduate Committee Faculty
Appointees to the Graduate Committee Faculty participate in the graduate degree programs of the University by serving on graduate student advisory committees. Membership on the Graduate Committee Faculty is maintained only by participating in graduate programs by directing or administering graduate work, by doing research and publishing, or by other direct and substantial contributions to the graduate programs of the University.
INFORMATION FOR GRADUATE COMMITTEE FACULTY
Graduate Council (GC)
The Graduate Council is composed of representatives from the graduate faculty at Texas A&M. The Council develops and maintains policies and procedures pertaining to graduate programs at the university. The Council’s function includes long-range planning, recommendation of new programs and courses, evaluation of existing programs and courses, and facilitation of university accreditation. Members include GIC chairs, Graduate Program Directors and Graduate Faculty.
How Can We Help You Today?
Connect with the Graduate and Professional School
Graduate and Professional School staff are well-versed in everything from recruitment and student success to records processing and degree completion.
Visit the Graduate and Professional School staff page to find contact information for our resident experts.
The Graduate Program Directory lists all master’s, doctoral and professional degrees.
You can use it to find specific information about course and application requirements, admission statistics and other program details.
Policies, Forms & FAQs
Looking for graduate and professional student data or their perception of the campus climate? Or are you curious about how research data informs best practices at Texas A&M?
ALL GRADUATE AND PROFESSIONAL SCHOOL DATA
Connect with Student Support Resources
Student Wellbeing and Success
Texas A&M and the Graduate and Professional School offer many resources to help students have successful and fulfilling graduate school experiences. If your students are looking for help or you want to proactively offer support, these are some of the top resources to share and discuss.
Students can participate in professional development activities that complement the discipline-specific knowledge gained in their degree programs and earn certificates through G.R.A.D. Aggies to showcase their skills.
Degree Completion and Graduate Committees
Find information about degree milestones and the approval process.
FUNDING, FELLOWSHIPS & AWARDS
Students have many opportunities to fund their education at Texas A&M. You can find a broad overview of opportunities on the Funding Your Education page.
Note that a handful of Graduate & Professional School sponsored fellowships and awards require a faculty nomination — you can visit the following pages to learn more and nominate a student.
Help Students Find Their Place at Texas A&M
DIVERSITY & INCLUSION
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.
Learn more about our commitment to diversity and find resources for students of diverse backgrounds, identities and abilities.
COMMITMENT TO DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
INTERNATIONAL STUDENT RESOURCES
Visit International Student Services for resources to help your international students navigate such things as the international admission process, benefit coverage and more. There are a variety of methods for English Proficiency Verification. Explore the ELP Requirements below to learn more about verification and certification of English proficiency.
VISIT INTERNATIONAL STUDENT SERVICES
LIVING IN AGGIELAND
If your students have questions about where to live, employment opportunities or even how to get involved on campus, you can find a collection of tips and suggestions here.
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