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Current Students


Academic Calendar

  • Mon, Jun 19

    Juneteenth

  • Tue, Jun 20

    Summer I Term - Q-Drop Deadline (5 p.m.)

  • Tue, Jun 20

    Summer I Term - Last Day to Change KINE 198/199 Grade Type (5 p.m.)

  • Tue, Jun 20

    Summer I Term - Withdrawal Deadline (5 p.m.)

  • Tue, Jun 27

    Undergraduate Change of Curriculum Deadline

  • Mon, Jul 03

    Last Day of Classes - Summer I Term

  • Wed, Jul 05

    No classes at Bush School DC site

  • Tue, Jul 04

    No classes at Bush School DC site

  • Mon, Jul 03

    No classes at Bush School DC site

  • Sun, Jul 02

    No classes at Bush School DC site

Emergency Notifications

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Code Maroon is Texas A&M's emergency notification system that gives the university the ability to communicate health and safety information in an emergency. Texas A&M will use the system only to provide official notification of critical emergencies.

In an emergency, we will post additional emergency updates and announcements at emergency.tamu.edu when they become available. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes! The Scholarships & Financial Aid office is located in the first floor suite, 123.6.
 
Phone
If you have any questions about your financial aid, you are welcome to contact the Office of Financial Aid. Students can request a call from Valeria Quintanilla at (956) 271-1315. The Office of Financial Aid is open Monday-Friday, 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.

Email
Students may email hecm-financialaid@tamu.edu for assistance. 
Students typically get a response same day.

Please don’t hesitate to reach out if you have any questions!

Texas A&M University Higher Education Center at McAllen houses various student organizations to help you succeed as students and support your growth and development.  Student organization involvement will give you the opportunity to create meaningful relationships with fellow students, faculty, and staff and to make an impact on the Texas A&M and McAllen community.  Whether you are looking to expand a recreational hobby or increase your networking skills and professional experiences, there are student organizations to meet your needs. The leadership skills you gain through student organization involvement will follow you past graduation into your career and civic involvement.

Current Organizations

  • Aggies All In
  • Aggie BSM - Aggie Baptist Student Ministry at McAllen
  • Aggie GreenDream
  • Aggie STEM Club
  • Border Pre-Med Society
  • Society of Engineers at McAllen
  • SPH Health & Wellness Ambassador Program