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Graduate Student Pregnant & Parenting Accommodation Recommendations

Texas A&M University is committed to achieving a diverse graduate student body in all areas of research and graduate studies. This includes fostering a family-friendly environment in which students can balance scholarly and parenting responsibilities while successfully pursuing their academic and research goals. It is in this spirit that these guidelines promote reasonable accommodations for graduate student experiencing the birth or adoption of a child. This document is to be used as a guideline for students that intent to continue progress towards his/her degree plan and does not serve as an official university policy.

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