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Student Resource Portal

Student Resource Portal

This section is intended to direct you to the correct academic accountabilty resources for students at Texas A&M.

The first step is to talk to your professor, advisers, and/or their department head before using any of these resources.

Aggie Core Values:

Excellence, Integrity, Leadership, Loyalty, Respect, Selfless Service

Aggie Code of Honor:

An Aggie does not lie, cheat or steal or tolerate those who do.

Academic Accountability

These resources are intended for students who suspect rules violations, academic misconduct, or unfair practices on the part of an instructor or staff member. Some of the resources listed below can be helpful in the academic assistance category.

The Student Rules

These rules dictate academic policies at Texas A&M. Use this as a resource if you think something in your class or academic experience may violate a policy. Use the other resources on this webpage if you are sure that something is not allowed or if you are still unsure after consulting the Student Rules.
Academic Building


Operations Committee Deans

Academic Operations Committee Deans by college

Qatar Campus
Galveston Campus
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
College of Architecture
College of Business
College of Education
College of Engineering
College of Geosciences
College of Liberal Arts
College of Nursing
College of Science
College of Veterinary Medicine


These committees and their members focus on academic operations and procedures across the University. Contact a College's representative on these committees to report a rule violation in a class in that College.

Associate Provost for Undergraduate Studies

The Associate Provost works with the academic colleges and other campus units to strengthen programs and services designed to help students successfully complete their undergraduate studies.

Associate Provost for Graduate and Professional Studies

The Associate Provost works with the academic colleges and other campus units to strengthen programs and services designed to help students successfully complete their graduate and professional studies.

Undergraduate Ombuds

Based in the Office of the Associate Provost for Undergraduate Studies, the Undergraduate Ombuds assists students, faculty, staff, and administrators with resolving academic conflicts for undergraduates on an informal and confidential basis.

Graduate Ombuds

The Ombuds Officer advocates for the fair processes of graduate education and provides equal, open access to all parties: graduate and professional students, staff, faculty, and administrators.

Undergraduate Curriculum Committee

This committee approves the syllabi of undergraduate courses at Texas A&M. Contact them with syllabi concerns.

Graduate Council

The council develops and maintains policies and procedures pertaining to graduate programs at the university. The council’s function includes long-range planning, recommendation of new programs and courses, evaluation of existing programs and courses, and facilitation of university accreditation.


Academic Assistance

These resources are intended for students encountering issues with advising, scheduling, graduation, or other logistical academic concerns.

Office for Student Success Helpdesk

The Office for Student Success provides help for students in a variety of situations, including those with graduation concerns, academic uncertainty, scheduling issues, and more.

Student Assistance Services

A service offered by the Dean of Student Life, Student Assistance Services provides varied services for students.


Ethics and Misconduct Resources

These resources are intended for students encountering issues with regards to ethical behavior, discrimination, and other types of misconduct.

Office of Risk, Ethics, and Compliance

The Office of Risk, Ethics, and Compliance provides resources for sex-based (Title IV, VII, and IX) and disability-based discrimination; risk, fraud and misconduct concerns; and more.

Tell Somebody

Oftentimes after a tragedy, people come forward with information and observations that, in retrospect, may have signaled a larger issue. This information, when viewed collectively, may be helpful in preventing tragic events and initiating assistance to an individual. Texas A&M University is committed to a proactive approach and needs your help.


As a major public institution of higher education, Texas A&M University has both an extraordinary opportunity and a special responsibility to create and maintain a climate that affirms diversity of persons as well as diversity of views. There are many resources to utilize if this standard is not being met.

Office for Diversity

The mission of the Office for Diversity is to implement and coordinate Texas A&M University’s Diversity Plan by providing leadership and support to the academic and administrative units as they embed diversity and inclusion in academic and institutional excellence. The Office for Diversity works to advance accountability, campus climate, and equity across the university while resisting racism, bias, and discrimination.

Aggie Honor System Office

The Texas A&M Honor University Aggie Honor System Office manages all Aggie Honor Code Violations.


Student Government Association

If students cannot find the appropriate resource or they are unable to help, they may contact one of the Chief Student Leaders for Academic Affairs.

Student Senate Academic Affairs Chair

The Division of Academic Affairs is the legislative arm that coordinates all academic issues between the student body and faculty of Texas A&M University. All policy regarding tuition, class sizes, textbooks, grades, scholarships, credit transfer, and core curriculum is formulated in Academic Affairs.

Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs

The Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs is tasked with managing all advocacy efforts relating to academics and student rules, especially those pertaining Student Senate legislation. The Executive Vice President of Academic Affairs will develop relationships with Academic Faculty and Administration, including deans, professors, and the Provost and Executive Vice President of Texas A&M, in order to effectively implement positive change for students in regards to Academic Affairs.




Student Emergency Fund

Texas A&M University is committed to your success, including overcoming temporary financial hardships. This website will provide students with financial resources.