TAMU does not discriminate on the basis of an individual’s disability and complies with Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as amended.
Students are protected from discrimination regarding access to and participation in TAMU’s programs and activities.
Authors of copyrightable works that are not owned by the system, its members, or another party such as a research sponsor, own the copyright in their works and are free to publish them, register the copyright, and receive any revenues which may result.
Accordingly, copyrightable works may be owned by the student/author/creator, by multiple individuals (such as a research team or co-authors of a publication), by the System, by a System member, or by another party such as a research sponsor.
BEFORE initiating a grievance, students are strongly encouraged to seek clarification and advice regarding appropriate procedures.
The Office of the Associate Provost for Undergraduate Studies provides Undergraduate Ombuds services to assist students, faculty, staff, and administrators with resolving academic conflicts on an informal and confidential basis.The Honor System Office is charged with promotion of the honor code and administration of academic misconduct cases.The Honor Council, comprised of students and faculty from colleges and offices across the University, will investigate all such infractions of the honor code and recommend appropriate sanctions. Contact information for each campus can be found at the following: The ownership, management and commercialization of system-owned Intellectual Property and Tangible Research Property are set forth in System Policy 17.01 Intellectual Property Management and Commercialization.A student will be required to state his/her commitment on examinations, research papers, and other academic work.Ignorance of the rules does not exclude any member of the Texas A&M community from the requirements or the processes of the Honor System.Texas A&M International University, through the Department of Humanities, cooperates with Texas A&M University in College Station in the delivery of their Ph. Faculty from our college also serve, as needed, on dissertation committees. Faculty in the Department of Humanities occasionally teach courses via TTVN for the program and students in the program from the Laredo area are offered access to our university’s TTVN facilities to take courses delivered by faculty in College Station or at Texas A&M University at Kingsville, another university cooperating in the delivery of the program.Additional information, as well as online training, may be obtained from the office of Research Compliance and office of Biosafety at Specific procedures at Texas A&M University allow students to pursue a grievance for any of the problems, issues, or concerns listed in the table below.Locally-based students in the program have also taught courses for the Department of Humanities in the past as graduate teaching assistants and currently as adjunct faculty.Persons interested in admission into the program must apply directly to Texas A&M University in College Station at Irma Cantú is the TAMIU contact for the program and may be reached at [email protected] call her at 956-326-2657.