Student Resources

Texas A&M International University serves a broad community of students in Laredo and South Texas with unique needs as a result of unexpected hardships. In order to meet the needs of TAMIU students and their families, TAMIU has established an array of services to assist students with basic needs. Below you will find a list of resources available to enrolled students.


Office of Financial Aid

The mission of the Office of Financial Aid provides assistance and information on financial aid programs offered in order to pursue their educational goals.


TAMIU AIRES assists upper-level STEM students in completing their degrees on time and successfully transitioning into the workforce upon graduation.

Trellis Financial Coaching

Trellis Financial Coaching offers help to reach all education, career, and financial goals.

Texas Support Fund Grant

The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s Texas Reskilling Support Fund Grant Program provides critical support to students returning to complete their degree or obtaining a new degree including a graduate degree.

Texas Repayment Grant Program Award

Texas Repayment Grant Program can clear institutional-level outstanding student balances, such as accumulated fees, institutional-level financial holds, or other related balance issues of up to $1000 per student.


Student Health Services

The Office of Student Health Services provides all registered TAMIU students with comprehensive services treated with qualified healthcare professionals. Services include first aid for illness and injury, women’s health, and immunizations.

Student Counseling Services

Texas A&M International University Student Counseling Center strives to provide a safe space for students to explore and address personal challenges to foster independence, encourage growth, and strengthen resiliency.

Student Disability Services

Disability Services for Students promotes a supportive learning community to empower students with disabilities to accomplish their academic goals by ensuring accessibility to university programs.

Recreational Sports

Recreational Sports provides inclusive programming and services for the diverse TAMIU community. They provide participants with a sense of belonging and community at the University while staying healthy.


Dusty's Food Pantry

Help currently enrolled students focus on their studies without having to face the burden of food insecurity.

TAMIU Garden

Unites students to learn about gardening, healthy eating and caring for natural areas. Through this program, students can use the Garden serve their community.

Bethany House

Bethany House of Laredo is a local non-profit founded by Father Charles McNaboe with the mission “to feed the hungry and shelter the homeless.”

Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program (SNAP)

Helps people buy the food they need for good health. People also can buy garden seeds with SNAP benefits.


Career Counseling

The Office of Career Services assists potential, current, and former students to identify, explore, select, and enter career programs and employment opportunities.

Career Closet

The Career Closet is a donation-based program where students can pick out interview-appropriate attire at no cost.

Texas Workforce Comission

Plan your career and make career-related decisions. Explore new career opportunities, find wage and occupation information, learn about your interests and abilities, and use other labor market resources.

Child Care Services

Workforce Solution

The Workforce Solutions for South Texas aim to build the future workforce by helping caregivers find quality child care along with helping child care providers become accredited. They supply parents and providers in finding resources and assistance along with helpful links to make sure all children in South Texas are supported in their learning, growth and development.

Grants for Single Mothers

In Texas, the state government through its ministries clearly understands the challenges of single parenthood. Several state support programs have made it possible for single parents living in Texas to get access to healthcare, education, food, shelter, and other basic needs for little or nothing.

South Texas Child Care Services Program (CCS)

CCS provides essential support to families in our community by supporting the growth and development of children ages 0-13, preventing abuse and neglect and promoting health and safety. Child care scholarships are available to help parents work, search for work, or attend school or job training.


TAMIU Loaner Laptop Program

TAMIU's Loaner Laptop Program assists students who are challenged with technology access.

TAMIU Report It

Students, faculty, staff and community friends are encouraged to report any acts which diminish our University life experience.

TAMIU Police Department

The University Police Department is committed to providing the University community with a safe and secure learning and working environment by providing the highest quality police services.

Laredo Health Department

The City of Laredo Health Department is committed to providing quality culturally competent healthcare, prevention, and disease.

Salvation Army

The Salvation Army is active in virtually every corner of the world and serves in 131 countries, offering the message of God’s healing and hope to all those in need.

Catholic Social Services

Catholic Charities-Diocese of Laredo is committed to serving emergency needs and believe that all people have the right to live in an environment that is free of abuse, violence, fear and oppression.

El Metro Transit

El Metro Transit is committed to providing safe, reliable, courteous, accessible and user-friendly services to its customers. To view the TAMIU bus schedule (Routes 16 Casa Vrde/Del Mar) please click here.

Dustdevils Helping Dustdevils

Every donation matters. Your generosity provides students with food and help with housing, childcare, gas, and other basic needs.

Help Dustdevils get through difficult times and stay on track for graduation by giving today!