Welcome to Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi from the Division of Student Engagement and Success(SEAS)! The SEAS Division offers activities and programs with your success in mind. From Aloha Days and Career Fairs to Intramurals and Student Government—there is plenty to do and lots of support!
It is important that each student finds ways to connect to the campus and acquire skills beyond the classroom. Employers expect their new hires to have experience working in groups, leading teams, and communicating effectively. While classroom training provides the basis for a career, those skills learned outside the classroom complete a college education. Besides, these activities and connections are a lot of fun! Check out Recreational Sports, Islander Housing, and Student Activities for events, organizations, and ways to get connected.
In addition to countless opportunities for involvement, the Division offers a variety of support services for students. Career Services, Disability Services, Student Conduct and Community Standards, University Counseling Center, and University Health Center, along with numerous Division programs, are designed to assist and support students as they complete their degrees and prepare for careers after college.
Take advantage of all the opportunities available and don’t forget to ask for help when you need it.
On behalf of the Division of Student Engagement and Success, welcome to the Island University, and GO ISLANDERS!
Don D. Albrecht, Ph.D.
Vice President for
Student Engagement and Success
Your Islander student e-mail address serves as a critical component of our University’s ability to communicate with you. Via this e-mail address, you will receive official University correspondence, billing notifications, and emergency announcements (in cases of a campus emergency). To learn more about how to set up your Islander email account please read this handout.
It is also important for you to remember to keep all of your contact information in S.A.I.L. as up-to-date as possible.
Proudly selected as one of the
“Most Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs -Research Universities”
and "Promising Places to Work in Student Affairs at Minority-Serving Institutions"
by the Center for Higher Education Enterprise (CHEE) at The Ohio State University and
“Diverse: Issues in Higher Education” magazine.