Byrne Student Success Center
Established in 2007, the Byrne Student Success Center provides students with the tools and resources they need to be academically and personally successful. Students are offered individualized Student Success Counseling, career support, strategic referrals to free campus resources, and are provided opportunities for co-curricular involvement and leadership development.
Location: Harrington Tower, Ste. 107
Programs & Communities
Services & Support
- Academic coaching
- Classroom presentations
- Assisting with CEHD learning Communities
- Overseeing the Undergraduate Student Council (USC) and the Freshmen Leaders in Education and Human Development Program (FLED)
Learning Communities & Programs
Learning communities create a rich learning environment by emphasizing relationships and community building through small group interaction, social settings, and mentorship opportunities. There are currently three communities in the college:
- Lohman Learning Community
- Transform Lives
- Haynes Learning Community
Living Learning Programs are residential communities where students live and learn together in an on-campus dormitory.
The Future Educators Living Learning Community welcomes freshman students who major in Interdisciplinary Studies in the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Culture (TLAC) or the Department of Educational Psychology (EPSY).
Members of the Future Educators Living Learning Program are a part of a community of scholars who share a common career goal – teaching. These students will take courses together, participate in engaging activities and events, and develop close relationships with faculty and staff in the college.
CEHD Trailblazers living learning community is for first generation freshman students in the college who want to experience a scholarly community, get to know their fellow first generation Aggies, engage with faculty, staff, and mentors in the College, and develop leadership skills.
Students in the program will learn skills to make the academic transition from high school to college, get academic and career mentoring, learn about what it means to be an Aggie, and attend social activities like Midnight Yell. Students will also get the opportunity to participate in volunteer and leadership development experiences.
In order to provide the best student experience possible, we encourage you to get involved and interact with peers through one of our many student organizations.
- Bilingual Education Student Organization (BESO)
- Educational Psychology Student Organization (EPSO)
- Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC)
- Student Affiliates of School Psychology
- Texas Association for Bilingual Education
- The Association of Black Psychologists (ABPsi)
- Undergraduate Student Council
- Freshman Leaders in Education and Human Development (FLED)
- HLKN Student Organizations
My hope is to help students to develop the skills to become lifelong learners and critical thinkers who will become leaders at Texas A&M, the United States, and around the world.
– Kelley O’Neal M.Ed., Director