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Pregnant and Parenting Graduate Students/Employees Resource Guide

Texas A&M is committed to providing a safe and non-discriminatory learning, living, and working environment for all members of the university community. This guide is intended to provide support, information, and resources to faculty and staff who teach or employ graduate students who are pregnant or parenting.

Helpful Contacts
The following offices can help answer questions and process through issues related to supporting pregnant and parenting graduate students.

  • Title IX Office
  • Dean of Faculties Office – Title IX Deputy for Faculty
  • The Graduate and Professional School – Ombudsperson
  • Student Assistance Services or Student Rights & Campus Resources

For more information, visit the Rights and Campus Resources page on the Dean of Student Life website.  

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