Resources On & Off Campus

Texas A&M University Resources (Staff)
PATHways : Performance Management Process
The performance management process is intended to create an ongoing dialogue between the supervisor and employee.
African American Professional Organization (AAPO)
The purpose of AAPO is to recognize and promote the advancement of Black professionals (i.e. faculty and staff) on the campus of Texas A&M University and within the Texas A&M University System through professional development, advocacy, support, networking opportunities, and Bryan-College Station community engagement.
Texas A&M University Human Resources
Provide human resource programs, services and expertise that foster employee and organizational success.
 University Staff Council
The University Staff Council (USC) represents the interests of the more than 6,000 staff at Texas A&M University in communicating with administrators, identifying and addressing issues that impact staff, making recommendations to the university president, and interacting with other organizations. Join us the 3rd Tuesday each month!
HR Liaison Network
The HR Liaison Network comprises approximately 300 employees who have been designated by their department head to perform HR functions within the department. As partners of the Human Resources organization, HR Liaisons play an important role — from creating a welcoming environment for new hires to maintaining workplace unity while supporting employees and management.
Employee Assistance Program
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a confidential mental health counseling service available to faculty, staff and their benefits-eligible dependents who may be experiencing personal or work place difficulties.
Career Center: Faculty & Staff
Career Center staff provides career education, coordinates on-campus interviewing, and offers experiential education opportunities (i.e. co-op education, internships, and externships) for our students.
Texas A&M University Resources (Faulty)
Faculty Promotion and Tenure
Tenure refers to the entitlement of a faculty member to serve in the academic position held unless dismissed for good cause. 
Black Faculty Alliance (BFA)
Mission  is to advocate and provide a support network for the concerns and professional development needs of Black faculty at TAMU
The Faculty Ombuds Office
The Faculty Ombuds Officer serves as an independent, confidential, and impartial resource for faculty.  The primary responsibility of the ombuds officer will be to raise and clarify issues and concerns, identify opinions, and request assistance to informally resolve workplace conflicts.
Faculty Senate
The mission of the Faculty Senate is to foster a community of mutual respect and cooperation within the university; to facilitate effective faculty participation in academic governance; to broaden communication in matters of concern to the university; and to engage the faculty's skills in the guidance of the university's programs
Faculty Resources
Click to see information about dual career placement, extensions to tenure clock, faculty grants, new faculty orientation and more
General Resources and Support
Employee & Organizational Development Offers a variety of workshops, programs and consulting services designed to enhance the professional growth and effectiveness of Texas A&M University's staff and faculty
Texas A&M University’s official employee wellness program designed to encourage employees to live healthier lifestyles, to support a healthy workplace and to create a culture of wellness. There are three pillars to our program - physical wellness, financial wellness, and interpersonal wellness.
Founded in 1972, OPAS at Texas A&M University -an organization of the Memorial Student Center - presents professional productions of theatre, music and dance programs that enlighten, entertain and inspire audiences of the Brazos Valley. OPAS programs are funded entirely by revenue generated from ticket sales and contributions
Brazos Valley & Surrounding Area
Bryan-College Station Visitors Bureau
Welcome to Bryan College Station, a community rich in tradition and history, set deep in the heart of Central Texas.
Brazos Valley African American Museum
The African American National Heritage Society (dba) Brazos Valley African American Museum was built on the site of one of the original black schools in the Brazos Valley.
Brazos County NAACP
The mission of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) is to ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of rights of all persons and to eliminate race-based discrimination.
Historic Downtown Bryan
Located just 5 miles from Texas A&M University, Downtown Bryan is the intersection of local art and life. Home to numerous restaurants, boutiques, concert and event venues, and art galleries, Downtown Bryan is the perfect place to spend a night out, a weekend away, or even settle down.
Annual Events
Every January – Martin Luther King Celebrations including the MLK Holiday Breakfast
Every June - Juneteenth Celebrations
See what’s happening in the Brazos Valley by month:  Annual Events
Faculty Networks & Associations