Student Resources

The college provides student life services and technology resources to assist student development and the transition to the university - learning communities for all first-time college students, workshops, tutoring and peer mentoring, scholarships, grants, community service and global learning opportunities and capstone experiences for every degree program.

Undergraduate Student Council

Have something to say about your undergraduate experience? The CEHD Undergraduate Student Council promotes effective communication between the student body and administration. Use the CEHD USC web page to provide feedback about our college and help us create the best educational experience possible!

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Transformational Learning Fellows

For students to be recognized for their commitment to engaging in high impact practices. Students who earn the Fellow distinction will have passed various academic, professional, and personal milestones while enrolled at Texas A&M University, and in doing so, prepare to be lifelong learners. Students who are interested in committing to becoming Transformational Learning Fellows should review the listing of activities and credits and submit an online application.

TFL Application

Byrne Student Success Center

Some of our programs provide students with the opportunity to develop and improve their skills related to time, stress and money management through courses integrated directly into their degree programs. Additional workshops, tutoring, and development opportunities are available through the Byrne Student Success Center including:

  • Test Preparation Skills
  • Individual and Peer Tutoring
  • Financial Management
  • Evening Workshops

Service Learning Opportunities

The College of Education & Human Development encourages students to become involved in activities and/or one of our 18 student organizations that build on the knowledge and skills of their degree programs.

Learning Communities

As a part of all learning community courses, two upper-level students are assigned to serve as peer mentors for lower-level students. These mentors are tasked with:

  • coordinating social experiences,
  • serving as peer advisors for academic concerns and
  • mentoring students on professional preparation and issues.