The Office of Student Conduct and Community Engagement (SCCE) is committed to educate and provide resources to better serve our students and TAMIU community. Below you will find mutliple resources, which area available on and off campus.


On-Campus Resources

TAMIU Campus Wellness
Campus Wellness is geared to help students answer questions in order to achieve their educational potential, promote healthy lifestyles, and maintain otptimal physical and mental health. Campus Wellnes include the office of Student Counseling, Student Health, Disability Services, and Recreational Sports. For more information, click here.

TAMIU Writing Center   956-326-2883
The primary mission is to support the instructional goals of the faculty by providing free individual and small-group tutoring sessionas, peer review sessiona, and writing workshops to TAMIU students. For more information, click here.

TAMIU Police Department   956-326-2100
UPD mission is to provide the University community with a safe and secure learning and working environment by providing the highest quality police service, which include prompt response, availability of officers and informational and instructional services. Fore more information, click here.



Off-Campus Resources

National Suicide Prevention Lifeline   1–800–273-TALK (8255)
The Lifeline is a 24-hour toll-free phone line for people in suicidal crisis or emotional distress. An online chat option is available at Lifeline Crisis Chat

Texas Association Against Sexual Assault  1–888-918-2272
The Texas Safety University is a FREE mobile app for iOs and Android phones and tablets that easily connects you with local help and assistance when faced with sexual assault, dating violence, domestic violence or stalking. For more information, click here.

Texas Department of Public Safety   1–800-374-4673
The Texas Department of Public Safety is dedicated to providing direct, personal services to victims and their families throughout Texas. For more informaiton click here.