Posted: 12/15/16

TAMIU Offers Annual Report for 2016 Online


Annual Report
A look back at TAMIU 2016 is a click away.  

With a New Year waiting anxiously in the wings, Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) is offering an opportunity to pause and reflect on 2016 in the life of the University with the publication of its We Go Beyond:  Texas A&M International University’s Annual Report 2016.

President Pablo Arenaz said that the online Report offers a great opportunity to review a memorable year at TAMIU.

“As we ready for a New Year, we invite our friends and community to join us as reflect on a year of shared TAMIU accomplishments that have defined us and inspired others, through an immersive reading of the Annual Report,” Dr. Arenaz said.

Arenaz noted that in addition to sharing University accomplishments and infographics that attest to mission accomplishment, the Report includes intriguing stories that measure the University’s impact and outreach.

“For example, you’ll meet three graduates of the A. R. Sanchez, Jr. School of Business who say their impressive success is traced to their TAMIU education; learn how growing greens in TAMIU’s first on-campus garden has really grown good; discover how our Dr. Aaron Olivas’ experience in Cuba brought him full circle…home, and find out what inspires our University partners to share their time and treasure to advance the University and its programs, and help students,” Arenaz explained.

Expanded story content is embedded within this digital version of the Annual Report, linking to related content. The digital version replicates a reading experience, complete with page “flips” and magnification, sharing and printing options.  It is located at: 


TAMIU’s offices of Institutional Advancement and Public, Relations, Marketing and Information Services produce the Report. Previous editions have earned national awards. 

For more information, contact the  office of Public Relations at 956.326.2180, email prmis@tamiu.edu, click on tamiu.edu, or visit offices in the Sue and Radcliffe Killam Library, Suite 268.

University offices close in a State-authorized observance of the holidays at noon on Thursday, Dec. 22 and reopen at 8 a.m. on Monday, Jan. 2, 2017.

Spring Semester classes begin Wednesday, Jan. 18, 2017.