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Benefits of Diversity-Related Student Programs and Learning Centers

As a public land-grant research institution, Texas A&M University is a microcosm of an increasingly diverse and global society and workforce. The main campus has a plethora of diversity-related programs and learning centers that foster student success and inclusiveness. Many of these programs are located within the Divisions of Academic and Student Affairs. Some are more unit and college-based, while others are university-wide. Examples of university-wide efforts include, the Department of Multicultural Services, Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Resource Center, the Department of Disability Services, the Veterans Resource and Support Center, and the Women’s Resource Center. <<Learn more