Links in this section of our site should assist newly accepted graduate students arriving for their first year in graduate school.
New Graduate Student Orientation – These pages will guide you through registration, transportation and parking, and provide you with a list of other helpful resources that are reviewed in the orientation.
Registration – Takes you to the A&M Office of the Registrar pages where you can search and register for classes and read about all information pertaining to enrollment, classes, fees, transcripts, exam schedules, and graduation schedules.
Howdy Portal – This page requires your Texas A&M NetID to log in and access all of your personal academic and financial business with the university. Several Quick Guides are available to help you get set up and learn the basics of Howdy.
Getting a Degree – These pages provide the steps to fulfilling the master’s and doctoral degree requirements, as well as the preliminary exam requirements.
Student Forms and Information – This is a list of forms organized by the following topics: thesis office , academic process, petition, tuition/waivers, and international students. Resources are organized under the following headings: getting a degree, degree plan information, tuition and payments, graduate appeals panel, and graduation.
Tuition and Payments – This covers specific policies and guidance on resident and non-resident tuition and payment requirements, along with some frequently asked questions with regard to changing guidelines governing tuition payments for graduate students beginning in the Fall 2012.
Bryan/College Station Community – This page highlights basic information with regard to location, employment, cost of living, housing, bus transportation, and public schools in the B/CS area. You can also find links to the chambers of commerce, visitor’s center, and city web sites.
Student Life - This page tells you about what it means to be an Aggie and provides links to resources for living, entertainment activities, and recreation facilities on campus.