resources for students in programs via distance education
New Graduate Student Orientation
This virtual orientation is designed to introduce you to Graduate Education at Texas A&M, the Office of Graduate and Professional Studies (OGAPS) and other resources of support.
The Texas A&M University Graduate and Professional Catalog provides information about the graduate and professional studies programs of Texas A&M University to students, prospective students, and faculty and staff of the university.
Subscription Calendars allow you to save Graduate and Professional Studies calendar events to your smart device or computer.
The Texas A&M Office of Graduate and Professional Studies strives to promote and expand opportunities for graduate students to engage in professional development activities that will prepare them for their future careers- whether in academia, industry, government, non-profit organizations or elsewhere.
The primary role of Graduate Student Ombuds Services is to provide a safe, confidential, informal setting where students can talk about concerns, identify potential solutions, and plan a path forward. Students bring a variety of concerns to the Ombuds Officer, from how to have a difficult conversation with a faculty mentor, to navigating the complexities of a research group, to identifying informal and formal grievance procedures.
Listed below are various resources available for students in programs via Distance Education. Additional program information and student resources can be found on the TAMU Distance Education website.
Thesis and Dissertation