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First-Year Experience Program: My Aspiration Plan (M.A.P.)

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University College Mission

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The mission of University College is to empower students to become competent, resilient, and self-determined life-long learners. Utilizing collaborative academic and support programs, we aim to enhance the skills of every student through a personal empowerment path that fosters a learning community, critical thinking, and global citizenship. Students will be equipped with a growth mindset, a meaningful purpose, and a sense of belonging as they navigate through their education at TAMIU.


My Aspiration Plan

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M.A.P. or My Aspiration Plan is the first-year program for all TAMIU freshmen. It consists of UNIV 1201 (fall) and UNIV 1302 (spring). M.A.P. is a full-year program designed to help students succeed in college by teaching them how to get to know themselves as learners, advocate for themselves to achieve their goals, and advocate for others. With these skills, and with the help of other University College programs and support services, students will be equipped to graduate in a timely manner and be on the road to success!

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Student Support Services

Academic Center for Excellence (ACE)

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The Academic Center for Excellence (ACE) provides TAMIU students with FREE academic support services focused on the development of critical study skills and learning strategies necessary for a successful academic career. It advises, tutors, and provides free academic resources to empower and inspire students to excel.

Tutoring & Supplemental Instruction

Dr. Billy F. Cowart 203 & 205


Senator Judith Zaffirini Student Success Center 222


Reading the Globe

The Common Reading Program is a University-wide initiative aimed at engaging all members of the university and surrounding community in a common curricular experience. Dubbed “Reading the Globe", the program has enabled all First Year students to engage a selected internationally focused book through their University Seminar during the Fall semester. After application, competitive essay and interview, a group of students is selected for a study-travel opportunity related to the setting of the Common Read utilized.

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