Campus Resources

Compliance and Training Resources

Research Compliance & Biosafety

Provides support for faculty, students, and staff in regulatory requirements in research.

Graduate Student Responsible Conduct of Research
If a student conducts research during graduate work involving human subjects/cells, animal subjects, hazardous materials or radiation, they must gain proper approvals before beginning that research. All graduate students NOT receiving specific training in their own departments are strongly encouraged to complete an online “Responsible Conduct of Research” training. See the Research Compliance & Biosafety website for more information. 

Environmental Health & Safety

Contact Environmental Health & Safety for questions regarding radiological safety training and general laboratory safety training.

Student Resources

Student Health Services              

Student Health Services exists to advance student development and academic success by providing personalized and evidence-based healthcare to Aggies.

Critical Incident Response Team              

A team of Texas A&M administrators and staff that responds to critical incidents involving students.

University Police Department   

The police department that operates on campus.

Student Disability Services         

SDS offers and coordinates accommodations and services for students with disabilities.

Multicultural Services  

Provides provide multiple educational and developmental services for underrepresented and underserved racial and ethnic populations.

Office for Diversity        

The inclusion, welcome, and support of individuals from all groups, encompassing the various characteristics of persons in our community.

Student Legal Services 

Student Legal Services provides free legal appointments, consultations, and mediation to students for a variety of issues.

Student Support Services            

Student Assistance Services provides resources for students regarding notification of absences, withdrawing from the university, accommodations for temporary disabilities and students deaths.

Student Assistance Services

Aggie Allies       

Aggie Allies include anyone on campus who provides a safe haven for LGBTQ+ students and anyone dealing with sexual orientation issues

Student Counseling Services     

SCS provides short-term counseling and crisis intervention services for enrolled Texas A&M students.

Tell Somebody 

An online portal for reporting any behavior that may threaten the safety and security of the university community.

Step In, Stand Up           

Step in, stand up provides training and resources for addressing and preventing sexual violence on our campus. Their website also serves as a portal for reporting an incident.

Green Dot Bystander Training   

Green Dot teaches faculty, staff, and students how to be aware of potential violence around them and provides skills, strategies, and tactics to use their influence to intervene appropriately and safely in high-risk situations.

Crisis Intervention         

If you find yourself in a life threatening or life altering situation, you may come to the Student Counseling Service Reception Building at (Student Services @ White Creek, (979-845-4427) for crisis intervention

Title IX         

Title IX of the Education Amendment of 1972 prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex in educational programs and activities at federally funded institutions. Title IX protects students, faculty, staff, and visitors to our campus from all forms of sex discrimination.

Technical Resources

TAMU IT             

TAMU IT provides information, technology resources, facilities and support to help the students, faculty and staff.

Open Access Labs           

Open Access Computer Labs (OAL) provide a wide range of computers, software, scanners and printing

TAMU Help Desk            

Help Desk Central assists Texas A&M students, faculty and staff with their IT questions by phone, email, chat, in person and on the web.

Software Center

The software center portal provides discounted personal software for Texas A&M Students, Faculty, and Staff.

Other Resources

Graduate Teaching Assistant Requirements

To become eligible to teach in positions such as Graduate Assistant-Teaching, Instructor, Lecturer, etc., the State of Texas Education Code (Section 51-917) requires that international graduate students attain English language proficiency (ELP) certification.  Certification methods include the on-campus English Language Proficiency Exam, global standardized testing, or through securing Alternative Certification via department request. See OGAPS ELP Portal for detailed information.

International Travel Registration Requirements

Any student pursuing an individual international opportunity that meets one or more of the following criteria MUST complete an International Travel Registration Form


  • Credit bearing
  • Funding from a TAMU entity (e.g. departmental support for a conference or research)
  • Satisfies a degree or graduation requirement (e.g. thesis research or internship abroad)

The registration is free, provides students the option to purchase comprehensive medical and evacuation insurance, and satisfies the student rule of registering official A&M travel.  Please share the attached flyer with any students pursuing the above mentioned travel, or with faculty that may be working with students on research, conferences, or other independent opportunities abroad.

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