Math Camp – Ph.D. students are encouraged to take this Departmental on-line math camp that is offered as a non-credit course during the summer preceding the start of the PhD program
Departmental Graduate Handbook – (All new graduate students need to read)
Office of Graduate and Professional Studies-Student Life – Texas A&M University and the cities of Bryan/College Station offer numerous opportunities for graduate students. Use the following links to learn more about living in this community, on and off campus activities, how to get involved and family/parent resources.
ELPE Requirements – (Required for all International Students) – All international graduate students whose native language is not English must fulfill an English proficiency requirement through either English Proficiency Verification or English Proficiency Certification. This proficiency requirement should be met early in a student’s program, and it must be completed before scheduling either the final examination for the master’s degree or the preliminary examination for the doctoral degree.
The two levels of English Proficiency Status for a graduate student are English Proficiency Verified and English Proficiency Certified. English Proficiency Certification is required by the State of Texas before a graduate student is eligible to serve as a Graduate Assistant-Teaching or any other position considered to be a teaching position (e.g., instructor, lecturer, etc.). All other students must be either English Proficiency Verified or English Proficiency Certified.
Students who have not fulfilled the requirements for English Proficiency Verification or English Proficiency Certification will note a hold on their student account for course registration. For further information on how to fulfill ELPE Requirements, Please visit the OGAPS website.