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Every year during the first week of November, universities around the nation unite to show appreciation for the contributions that non-traditional students make to their respective campuses. This year Non-Traditional Student Appreciation Week will take place November 5-9, 2012.
Faculty, staff and fellow Aggie students have an opportunity to recognize hard working and dedicated non-traditional students that are part of the Texas A&M community. A non-traditional student is define as any student who has life experiences that creat a non-traditional collegiate experience, including any of the following: over age 25, married or partnered, having children, a veteran of a branch of the Armer Services, a student who works full time, or a student who is enrolled part time. Texas A&M enrolls over 7,000 non-traditional students.
The Office of Adult, Graduate, and Off Campus Student Services is excited about celebrating the work of these non-traditional students and encourages you to make a special effort this week to recognize the non-traditional students you are in contact with. If you have any questions, please contact Adult, Graduate and Off Campus Student Services at 845-1741.
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Texas A&M University participates in the nationally recognized appreciation week for graduate and professional students. Graduate students comprise 18% of our campus population, and this week, in early April is a way to recognize the outstanding accomplishments and contributions each student makes to the campus community. This year AGOSS will be sponsoring the following event.
If you are looking for housing, need a roommate, or have a space to lease, this section of the web site is for you. Having a leasing dispute, want to understand your rights as a tenant, or have questions about roommate contracts? Check the Off Campus Housing section for information on Texas Rental Laws, protecting yourself as a roommate and tenant, and other helpful off campus living information.
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