Campus and Community Links

Texas A&M University Resources:

 

Office of Institutional Studies and Planning

The Office of Institutional Studies and Planning provides a statistical depiction of the characteristics and performance of Texas A&M University by generating timely, accurate, and useful data to both internal and external constituencies to the University. To see a detailed breakdown of current student enrollment, click on “reports,” then on “student,” and then on “enrollment profile.” http://dars.tamu.edu/

Adult, Graduate and Off Campus Student Services

Though developed specifically for students, this website provides information on local housing, childcare, and other issues useful to anyone considering relocating to this area.http://studentlife.tamu.edu/agoss/

Faculty Housing

Texas A&M faculty who are on sabbatical or leave of absence can post listings of their private home rental opportunities here. Incoming faculty who need short-term or long-term housing can post their requests here. http://dof.tamu.edu/node/38

Office of the Vice President and Associate Provost for Diversity

The Mission of the Office of the Vice President and Associate Provost for Diversity is to facilitate, coordinate, advance, amplify, inform, and monitor the University and its many units as it develops its strength in - and evidence of - respect for diversity. http://diversity.tamu.edu/

Its website includes a list of Faculty Organizations, Service Opportunities, and Resources: http://diversity.tamu.edu/FacultyStaff/FacultyStaffOrgs.aspx

The Diversity Network

The Diversity Network is an informal group of diversity stakeholders from across campus. The group gets together periodically to discuss pertinent topics or to simply to connect. It is a joint effort by the Department of Multicultural Services and the Office of the Vice President and Associate Provost for Diversity. http://aggieculture.tamu.edu/faculty/faculty_diversity_network.htm

International Faculty & Scholar Services

The International Faculty and Scholar Services serves as Texas A&M University and its System members most important source of guidance on immigration matters related to employment. In this regard it assists and support academic departments across Texas A&M University and System members to attain the appropriate immigration status for the employment of their international faculty, researchers and staff. http://ifss.tamu.edu/

The Battalion

The Battalion is the campus newspaper. www.thebatt.com/

 

Community Resources

 

Arts Council of Brazos Valley

Its mission is to make the arts accessible to all citizens and visitors of the Brazos Valley through funding, promotion, advocacy and partnership building. Its webpage includes an extensive calendar of local events. http://www.acbv.org/

Bryan-College Station Convention and Visitors Bureau

The Brazos Valley Convention & Visitors Bureau contracts with the cities of Bryan and College Station to market, sell and promote the area as a premiere destination for conventions, leisure travel, trade shows, sporting events and activities, which will attract visitors to utilize Bryan-College Station facilities and attractions. The website provides information on attractions, restaurants, transportation, shopping, and recreational activities. http://www.visitaggieland.com

Bryan/College Station Guide

Includes links to restaurants, non-profits, museums, Radio & TV, and more. http://bcstx.com

City of Bryan

Bryan is one of the twin cities that neighbors Texas A&M University. http://www.bryantx.gov/

City of College Station

College Station is the home of Texas A&M. http://www.cstx.gov/home/index.asp

Brazos County

This is the county were Texas A&M is located. http://www.co.brazos.tx.us/

The Bryan-College Station Eagle