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Undergraduate Resources

Texas A&M University offers a wealth of information for undergraduate students. Here are just a few:

Office of Undergraduate Studies

Honors and Undergraduate Research

University Writing Center

Course Schedules & Syllabus, Faculty CV   (through the HOWDY Portal)

 

Program Resources

DataLab @ TAMU

Political Science Aggies

Potomac Summer Institute

Danube Summer Institute 

 

Frequently Asked Questions

How do I get to the Allen Building for classes?
Because the Allen building is on the West Campus, students can ride their bicycles, or take shuttle bus 05 Bush School to the Lot 111 stop in front of the building. Shuttle 05 runs every ten minutes during Fall and Spring Semesters. The bus has stops at the MSC, Reed Arena, Lot 111, and the NCTM.   Drivers who are valid permit holders may park in Lot 43, near the Bush Presidential Library and Museum. More information on getting around campus is available at TAMU Transit Service.

 

Where is the Policy Sciences and Economics Library?
The Policy Sciences and Economics Library, commonly called PSEL (pee-sell), is located on the first floor of the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center. The Annenberg Center is part of the George Bush Presidential Complex. It neighbors the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum.

 

Where can I find out what courses will be offered for a given semester?
Class schedules can be viewed online at http://howdy.tamu.edu/. Summer and Fall schedules are usually available by mid-March; spring schedules are usually available by mid-October.

 

What is Code Maroon and where do I sign up for it?
Code Maroon is Texas A&M University’s emergency notification system. Code Maroon uses multiple notification methods in a best effort to reach campus members in an emergencyincluding SMS text message, Texas A&M Email (Neo), KAMU-FM radio, campus cable television, Emergency Alert System radios, computer alerts, classroom alerts, Twitter and RSS. Sign up at codemaroon.tamu.edu