General Information

The following types of information can be found within the General Information section of the catalog:

History and Development
Mission Statement; History and Development

University Core Curriculum

Student Learning Outcomes

Degree Information
Which Catalog to Follow; Degrees Offered; Requirements for a Baccalaureate Degree; Undergraduate Minor Programs; Two Degrees; Baccalaureate Degree Option for Students Granted Early Admission to Medical/Professional Programs; Graduation with Honors; Graduation Application, Diploma and Commencement; Tuition Charged for Excess Credit Hours; Undergraduate Certificate Programs; International and Cultural Diversity Requirements

Admission
Application Information; Items Necessary to Complete an Application File; Notification of Application Status; Required Coursework; State of Texas Uniform Admission Policy; Additional Information for Freshman Applicants; Freshman Admissions; Information for all Freshman Applicants; Notice of Admission Decision; Suspected Fraudulent Admission Applications; Transfer Admissions; Notification of Admission Decisions; Transfer Course Credit Policies; International Admission Criteria; Admission Criteria for Other Application Types; Academic Fresh Start Policy; Entry to a Major – College of Engineering; Upper-Level Entry into Colleges of Architecture, Business and Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences–Biomedical Science; Course Credit; College of Dentistry (Health Science Center) – Caruth School of Dental Hygiene; College of Nursing (Health Science Center); Texas A&M University at Galveston; Graduate Admission

Registration and Academic Status
Full-Time Student; Undergraduates Registering for Graduate Courses; VA Benefits; Maximum Schedule; Classification; Academic Status

Grading System

Housing
Adult, Graduate and Off Campus Student Services; On-Campus Housing; University Apartments (The Gardens)

Orientation
Aggie Honor System Office; ExCEL Program; Fish Camp; Howdy Camp; New Student Conferences; Transfer Camp (T-Camp)

Services for Students
Academic Advising; Academic Success Center; The Association of Former Students; Career Center; Disability Services; Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, Transgender (GLBT) Resource Center; George Bush Presidential Library and Museum; Health Promotion; Human Resources; International Student Services; Professional School Advising; Sponsored Student Programs; Student Conduct Services; Student Counseling Service; Student Health Services; Student Legal and Mediation Services; Technology Resources; University Libraries; University Police; University Writing Center; Veteran Resource and Support Center (VRSC); Veteran Services Office (Scholarships & Financial Aid); Division for Rehabilitation Services (Vocational Rehabilitation); Women’s Resource Center (WRC)

Campus Life
The Corps Experience; Department of Multicultural Services; Fraternity and Sorority Life; Intercollegiate Athletics; Memorial Student Center (MSC); Musical Activities; Recreational Sports; Speech and Debate Team; Student Activities; Student Government (SGA); Student Life; Student Life Studies; Student Media; University Art Galleries; University Center and Special Events (UCEN); Vice President for Student Affairs