Ensuring Every Islander's Success Student Support

Ensuring Every Islander's Success Student Support

The Island has a wide variety of support services designed to assist and support students as they complete their degrees and prepare for careers after college.

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The Division of Student Engagement and Success is home to many of the student services and activities that will help you connect to the TAMU-CC campus. Division programs, are designed to assist and support students as you complete your degrees and prepare for a career after college.
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I-CARE is the Island University’s behavioral intervention team for students of concern. We assist students to move from a state of distress to a sense of safety, well-being and success.
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Student Conduct & Advocacy exists to help ensure a safe and healthy educational environment for the students, faculty and staff of the Island campus. This is accomplished by assisting students who are experiencing a crisis situation, providing educational programs regarding personal and campus safety issues and overseeing conduct issues in regards to the Student Code of Conduct.
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The University Counseling Center promotes student well-being and success. We offer free and confidential professional counseling as well as online mental health resources to currently enrolled students. Our services are safe and confidential and are designed to be personalized and relevant for each individual Islander.
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Disability Services is the hub for coordinating services and accommodations to ensure accessibility and utilization of all programs for all Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi students with disabilities.
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The Dean of Students aims to help students chart a path toward success, overcoming barriers as they arise and ensuring that the proper support services are being utilized as needed.
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Izzy’s Food Pantry provides TAMU-CC students with a convenient site to obtain food assistance when needed, helps ensure that students who are food insecure are able to meet their nutritional needs and minimize adverse impacts on their academic progress and success
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At times, the student may be referred to other campus resources for additional support. The student is highly encouraged to follow through with these resources.
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The Veteran Resource center identifies, develops and delivers uniquely tailored resources and programs to assist in the transition to university life, help foster success in academic, personal, and career goals, and promote engagement & camaraderie.
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There are times when extenuating circumstances such as an extended illness, family emergency, death in the family, or military deployment can cause a student to miss multiple days of school. Student Engagement and Success through the Dean of Students can assist students with these situations when they arise.