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  • Fellowship 2019 gala invitePublic Interest Fellowship Gala

  • Law School Big Event: Team Leaders Needed
    Big Event 2019Help plan and implement the March 2, 2019, day of community service and outreach involving Texas A&M Law students, faculty, and staff to give back to our community. If you're interested in being a team leader this year, please contact Connor Day at

  • REVS-maroon-with-textCheck out R.E.V.S. – Recruitment and Employment Virtual System for the ​Online Job Bank and Scholarship and ​Writing Competitions. To enter your pro bono hours in R.E.V.S., go to or contact Shawna Smith in Student Affairs at (817) 212-3816 or via email.

  • step in stand upIt is up to us – students, faculty, and staff – to step in as active participants to end sexual harassment and sexual violence in our community, and stand up to support the survivors of these behaviors. What harms even one of us, harms us all.

  • Welcome to Aggie Print


    Welcome to AggiePrint!
    PaperCut has been replaced with AggiePrint.

    Improved features:
    • Cheaper!  $0.09/page, ​$0.17/double-sided
    • $30 per semester automatically loaded into your account ($15 in summer)
    • To add money, visit

    Instructions are posted at each print area in the Student Lounge and Library.

    Wireless web printing:
    1. Login to with your Howdy NetID and password
    2. Upload your document
    3. To release your print job, login to a printer kiosk ​by swiping your Texas A&M ID card or entering your NetID and password
    4. Select the printer task you would like to complete
    5. Logoff/exit
    You must release your print job within 2 hours. ​After ​that, you'll have to send it again.

    Questions?  Call Help Desk Central at 979-845-8300

  • FREE Windows Office 365 available for students on up to 5 devices at The device licenses can also be deactivated from one device and reactivated on another.
    ► Students also have access to a wide range of software at a discounted price at More information available here.

  • Event Requests:
    Use the new and improved Event/Room Request Form for all student/student organization event requests. It will route through Track-It to the organization's faculty advisor and the appropriate departments for support and approval.

  • Announcing Track-It!
    Use Track-It Self Service to submit requests for all non-event:
    • I.T. help requests
    • Facilities help requests
    • Website requests
    • Marketing requests
    • E-newsletter project requests


Spring 2019

New events added daily -- check back often
Jan. 17 - NRS Speaker Series, 12-1 pm
Jan. 26 - Law Fellowship Gala and Auction, Tickets on sale now
Feb. 1-2 - Real Property Law Schmooze
Feb. 7 - Diversity Council Series, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm and 4-6 pm, Conference Center
Feb. 15 - Music Copyright Economics Symposium, 8 am - 5 pm, Conference Center
Feb. 21-22 - 10th Annual Energy Symposium
Feb. 28 - March 1 - Is there a North American Region Post-NAFTA? The U.S.-Mexico Puzzle
March 7Diversity Council Series, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm and 4-6 pm, Conference Center
March 21 - NRS Speaker Series, 12-1 p.m.
March 22 - Law School Aggie Ring Day
March 23 - People's Law School
March 29
- "TRIPS Agreement at 25" Symposium
April 1
- Water Lecture Series, 12-1:30 p.m. and 4-5:30 p.m.
April 4 - Diversity Council Series, 11:30 am - 1:30 pm and 4-6 pm, Conference Center
April 5 - Workplace Law Conference, Lecture Hall & Conference Center
April 12-13 - Environmental Schmooze

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  • FREE Tarrant Cty Bar Assoc. (TCBA) Student Membership! Download the application. The Tarrant County Bar Association is a great way to get involved in the legal community, meet local attorneys and judges, go to networking events, as well as opportunities to get involved on many levels. Applications also at Student Affairs.
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