COVID-19 Update: As a result of the COVID-19 situation, we want to assure that we are still operational. We are currently operating in a blended format (some services in office and some via web). Should a shelter in place be required, we will move our services to take place via distance (WebEx, email, Cisco Jabber, etc.) If you have questions, do not hesitate to contact us. FMI on the University's response to this issue visit here.
WELCOME to the Island University!
As Islanders, you are part of an inclusive, caring community where students can thrive and be successful. As you embark on this new journey, the Office of Student Conduct & Advocacy wants to ensure you are equipped with the necessary tools and skills to help you achieve your educational goals at Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. The Office of Student Conduct & Advocacy serves as an advocate for students by connecting them to campus and community resources and services such as CASA, Counseling and Health Center, Disability Services, Career Services, Student Conduct & Community Standards, I-CARE and more.
We encourage you to be an active participant within the campus community. There are over 100 diverse student organizations to choose from and explore life-impacting opportunities. Take part in Islander Traditions such as Waves of Welcome (WOW), Islander Lights, Homecoming, MLK Community Celebration, DIG Pink Volleyball game, BIG Event, and many more.
There may be times when you are faced with a challenging situation such as homelessness, transitioning back to campus after a hospitalization, death of a family member or have questions regarding an unusual circumstance. We are here to help! If you are experiencing a crisis or need assistance with a particular problem, we invite you to contact the our office at 361-825-6219 or submit a request for assistance at here.
Thank you for choosing Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. We hope you create great Islander memories and develop lifelong success that will propel you to achieving your dreams. Have an amazing semester!
Your Fellow Islander,
Associate Dean of Students