Prospective & Current Students Education Abroad There are many instances in which financial aid packages are applicable to an education abroad opportunity. It is best to speak with a Financial Aid Advisor for more information when exploring the possibilities of studying abroad.
The Office of the Dean of Student Life sends a notice to all students each fall in collaboration with the Office of Risk, Ethics and Compliance which includes the Federal Student Financial Aid penalties for drug violations while receiving federal aid.
Texas A&M University conducts a biannual Request For Information for private (non-federal) loans, sometimes referred to as 'alternative' loans. Lenders on the Preferred Lender List are selected based on the Request for Information. Lenders are reviewed comparatively but not limited to the following criteria: customer service, financial literacy, product, variety, accessibility, and process. Borrowers are encouraged to compare the services and products that are provided by lenders and choose the private lender that best suits their individual needs. Students are free to choose any lender for their alternative loan, even those not included on the Preferred Lender List.
Not Applicable as Texas A&M University does not calculate job placement rates. The Career Center publishes salary information and types of employment obtained by graduates on their website to which parents, faculty/staff, and currents students have access. At the beginning of each fall semester an email is sent to each student which advises them of the availability of this information with instructions on how to access it. A voluntary survey is completed by approximately 70% of students at graduation and is published on Texas A&M University’s accountability website.
Annually, a Title II report on Texas A&M’s Teacher Preparation Program is submitted to the Texas Education Agency (TEA). The final report is submitted to the Department of Education by TEA and can be found on the title2.ed.gov website.
A notice including a link to this report is emailed annually to students and employees. The Security Report includes Crime Logs, Information for Crime Victims about Disciplinary Hearings, Missing Persons Procedures, Missing Persons Notification Policies, and Timely Warning Policies.
The Student Government Association passes out registration cards in the weeks leading up to registration deadlines. The Student Government Association sends an annual email to all students in conjunction with their existing campaign.