Student Engagement and Success Departments

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Student Conduct & Advocacy:

Student Conduct & Advocacy wants to ensure you are equipped with the necessary tools and skills to help you achieve your educational goals at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. Lead by the Associate Dean of Students, Student Conduct & Advocacy serves as an advocate for students by connecting them to campus and community resources and services such as CASA, Counseling and Health Center, Disability Services, Career Services, Student Conduct & Community Standards, I-CARE and more.

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Disability Services:

Disability Services coordinates services and academic adjustments for Texas A&M-Corpus Christi students with disabilities to ensure equal access to facilities, programs, services and resources of the university. Students seeking exam accommodations, sign language interpreters, note-taking services, textbooks in alternate formats (i.e. digital text, audio, Braille), Assistive Technology and other academic adjustments should contact the Disability Services office to establish eligibility to receive accommodations. 

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University Health Center

The University Health Center strives to advance student development and academic success by providing TAMU-CC students quality comprehensive services which integrate clinical treatment, health education, preventive services and public health responsibilities. Services are confidential, student-centered, ­and tailored to the needs of TAMU-CC; and are delivered in accordance with relevant university, state and professional standards.

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University Counseling Center

All of us encounter stressors, problems, and decisions in our daily lives. Often students are able to cope with these issues on their own or with the help of friends or family. Sometimes, however, you may not know how to resolve an issue, or it may be difficult to talk about certain things with people close to you. The University Counseling Center offer services that are safe and confidential and are designed to be personalized and relevant for each individual student. They offer a menu of services to address the preferences and needs of our student body. Their mission is to provide you with timely and flexible access to wellness and mental health resources and to empower you to find solutions, achieve your goals, and feel better.

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Islander Housing

Islander Housing coordinates on-campus student housing at Miramar and Momentum Village.  The department works to provide quality housing and a residence life program that helps develop students in all areas of the wellness wheel. 

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Recreational Sports: 

The Recreational Sports department provides facilities, equipment and opportunities for participation in a variety of sports, recreational and social activities designed to accommodate all ages, skill levels, gender and sport interest for the University community. Participation facilitates educational interaction outside of the classroom among students, faculty and staff. The activities stimulate a sense of community, provide leadership and development opportunities for students, and promote individual wellness.  

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Student Activities

Student Activities promotes and encourages student leadership, learning, and growth as they serves to improve the quality of life on campus through activities, programming and student development. The programs and activities fit the needs of the students through interpersonal and leadership development, by providing campus entertainment, and encouraging students to become involved in organizations and activities. Programming areas include: Student Volunteer Connection, Campus Activities Board, TAMU-CC Leadership, University Council of Student Organizations (UCSO), Anchor Camp (Freshman Camp), Fraternity and Sorority Life, and Waves of Welcome.

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University Center:

The University Center (UC) is a multi-use facility that serves as the heart of campus life. The UC primarily serves students and employees through everyday services such as dining, campus store, mail services, SandDollar$ ID office, meeting spaces, study and lounge areas, charging outlets, and more. Islanders can relax and play games in Breakers Game Room, learn how to join a student organization in the Student Involvement Center, find support through Student Engagement and Success, Student Conduct and Community Standards, Izzy’s Food Pantry, and so much more! They oversee UC scheduling & reservations, Izzy’s Food Pantry, as well as employ hundreds of students.