Texas A&M Fulbright students visit the Alamo in San Antonio, TX
First group of students from Kazakhstan to arrive at TAMU
Sponsored students from Mexico performed during International Week
Promotion Ceremony for Sponsored Students from the Republic of South Korea
International Week with Central Asian students and Ms. Cook
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Director's Welcome

Howdy! Welcome to the Sponsored Student Programs website. Texas A&M University is very proud to have a long established unit dedicated to serving international sponsored students and their sponsors. With over 500 currently enrolled sponsored students representing 65 countries and 3000 plus former sponsored students, we embody diversity with our students, past and present, from every region of the world. At Texas A&M, sponsored students become actively involved in campus activities sharing their diverse and rich cultural heritages with their fellow Aggies as well as reaching out into the community to enhance global awareness. Many of our former sponsored students have become prominent leaders in government, business, and education following their graduation carrying forth the Aggie tradition of excellence and service. For those considering Texas A&M, I encourage you to think about an exciting place where sponsored international students are very much a part of the Aggie tradition while representing the greatest diversity not only among nations but academic disciplines as well.

Gig Em!

Violetta Burke Cook

News

TAMU Spring Break 2013

Spring Break is around the corner & if you plan to be around College Station during Spring Break (March 11th-15th, 2013) then I highly encourage you to review some of the University's chang

2013 Student Conference on Latino Affairs

SCOLA's mission is to provide a forum for students to discuss significant issues that impact the growing Latino population in our nation, and to foster exemplary leadership development among it

Monthly "Ask OGS" Sessions

The Office of Graduate Studies is hosting a monthly "Ask OGS" session and other additional workshops that benefit graduate students.

ISS Online Orientation Now Accessible

The ISS Online Orientation is now accessible to students at http://iss.tamu.edu/checkin_orientation/orientation.asp.

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