The following resources are all provided with assisting the holistic well-being of students. If there is a student in crisis please make sure to get them immediate support by contacting the University Police Department by calling 911. Always remember that each organization has a full-time faculty and/or staff member Advisor who students are encouraged to talk to connect with resources.
Given the COVID-19 impacts on the university in moving towards having highly flexible programing and classes. This website is a great resource to tackle any technical challenges you may encounter.
Whether you need guidance on motivating teammates, managing conflicts, or another one of the myriad of topics of leadership development this is a great starting place that recommends YouTube videos and more for each topic!
Texas A&M Resources
Takes presentation requests related to well-being encompassing interpersonal violence prevention, alcohol and other drugs, sexual health, fitness and nutrition, sleep, stress, and time management.
General hub for all information and resources for student organizations at Texas A&M.
Responsibilities, tips, tricks, how to plan effective events, and more.
Rules pertaining to Academics, student life (including student organizations)
Support for many aspects of a student’s experience including but not limited to:
- Referrals/resource connections – personal, academic, community
- Concerning behavior follow-up
- Student Welfare Checks
- Student Absence Notification
- Silver Taps/student death
- Sexual Violence Response
- Consultation regarding withdrawal from school
- Assistance in coordinating family needs, in the event of an emergency
- Transition issues
- General consultation- University rules, process, faculty concerns
Fact sheets for different audiences that are helpful information for each target group.
Helpful free materials on drugs and drug abuse.
Helpful teaching information from Australia related to many aspects including drugs and alcohol use.