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CHANGES TO OUR SERVICES AS OF 3/23/2020 UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE

The Advising and Mentoring Center will provide online advising and mentoring for the rest of the semester via Blackboard Collaborate to all freshmen and sophomores and MDS students. We have adapted our services to meet your needs via virtual sessions.

Advising services will be available online Monday – Friday from 8 am to 5:00 pm.  To sign-up for online advising, please continue to use our Calendly appointment scheduler at the bottom of our webpage to schedule an appointment with your assigned advisor (her name is at the top of your DegreeWorks).  The link to your assigned advisor's calendar can be found at the bottom of this page.

Mentor meetings for the rest of the semester remain as scheduled, however, your mentor will be sending you an email for instructions on using Blackboard Collaborate to access your mentor meeting. Your meetings will be held at your regularly scheduled day and time.

To practice social distancing, we will no longer provide face to face services in our offices for the remainder of the semester.

Questions? Contact amc@tamiu.edu  

 

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The Advising and Mentoring Center (AMC) works with the Freshmen, Sophomores, Student-Athletes, and Multidisciplinary (MDS) majors to ensure a smooth transition and adjustment throughout their academic programs.

Our Focus

Our focus is to provide students with individualized academic support and tools for success through various advising and mentoring endeavors.

Our Vision

The Advising and Mentoring Center aspires to be an integral part of each student’s journey as the student navigates through academic, career, and life paths.

Our Mission

Our mission at the Advising and Mentoring Center (AMC) is to encourage student success by empowering our students to take an active role in owning their degree. AMC prepares students to be responsible advocates for their own learning and visionaries of their goals.

How do I find out who my advisor is?

You will need to login to DegreeWorks as look at two fields under your worksheet. The fields that you will need to refer to is the "Advisor" field and/or the "Overall Hours." Once you have located the two fields, refer to the table below to set a meeting.

advising at TAMIU

 

 Advising Based on the Following Criteria

Where do I go for advising?

Where can I set an advising appointment?

Incoming Students

(recent high school graduates or transfers)

You will need to report to the Office of Recruitment and School Relations.

 OFFICE OF RECRUITMENT & SCHOOL RELATIONS

System Enginering Major

(regardless of classification)

You will need to report to the College of Arts and Sciences.

 

College of arts & Sciences (coasadvisors@tamiu.edu)

Student-Athletes

(regardless of classification)

You will need to report to Diana Blackwell at the Advising and Mentoring Center.

 

Diana Blackwell

 

MDS Majors

(regardless of classification)

You will need to report to your assigned AMC Advisor. If you do not have an assigned advisor, please send an email to amc@tamiu.edu .

 

Diana Blackwell

Melinda Elizondo

Lucy Maldonado

 Yadira Ramirez

Jessica Resendez

Ruby Rodriguez

Dr. Kristen Standage

  

Freshmen

(0-29 hrs)

You will need to report to your assigned AMC Advisor.

Sophomores

(30-59 hrs)

You will need to report to your assigned AMC Advisor.

Juniors

(60-89 hrs)

You will need to report to the college of your major.

A.R. Sanchez, Jr. School of Business 

 

College of arts & Sciences (coasadvisors@tamiu.edu)

 

College of Education

 

College of Nursing & Health Sciences (Nursing@tamiu.edu)

Seniors

(90+ hrs)

You will need to report to the college of your major.