Grad Camp is the extended orientation for graduate and professional students new to Texas A&M University and occurs each August. Texas A&M University is a unique American institution, unlike anywhere else in the world, and Grad Camp helps you make the most of your time at this great university by helping you connect with people and resources and by introducing you to our culture. Grad Camp brings new graduate and professional students together for a once in a lifetime learning and networking experience in Aggieland! For more information, visit the Grad Camp website.
Student Research Week (SRW) is the largest student run research symposium in the nation. This four day competition highlights student research occurring on the Texas A&M campus. Students who participate are provided a venue to present their work through either oral presentations or poster sessions. This event allows students, faculty, and the community to see the depth and breadth of research conducted at Texas A&M. For the past 20 years, SRW has been a valuable tool in meeting the university’s mission of academic, research, and service excellence. SRW is a premier program of the Graduate and Professional Student Government and is supported by several academic and nonacademic departments on campus. For more information, visit the Student Research Week website.
Graduate and Professional Student Wine Tasting, sponsored by The Association of Former Students, Student Life, the Office of Graduate and Professional Studies, and the Graduate and Professional Student Government, is an annual event held in February at the Clayton W. Williams, Jr. Alumni Center in Flores Hall. Each year the event welcomes 250 graduate and professional students and provides them with the opportunity to learn about wine selection, taste the flavors of a highlighted vineyard, and socialize with other grads. Registration is open to grad and professional students currently enrolled in levels G6, G7, G8 , M1-M4, or V1-V4.