Office of Title V Programs
Mission as a Whole
We will develop and expand Texas A&M University-Kingsville’s capacity to support Hispanic students, families, and the communities they live in through the development and support of innovative programs, best practices and services designed to encourage learning and empower learners.
About the Office
Texas A&M University-Kingsville is the recipient of three federal programs funded with the goal of enhancing the success of Hispanic students in higher education. The Title V Developing Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI) program provides support to colleges and universities with the goal of expanding educational opportunities for Hispanic students, up to and including completion of bachelor and graduate degrees. Each grant is funded by the Department of Education through a rigorous national competition. To visit with our staff, we are located in Poteet Hall on the second floor.
Texas A&M University - Kingsville & Del Mar College Cooperative
Off-campus internship program.
To develop and expand Texas A&M University-Kingsville’s capacity to support graduate students and programs through the development and support of innovative programs, best practices and services designed to encourage achievement beyond the bachelors degree.
Provides professional development to selected graduate cohort members; including scholarships, national conference attendance, and funding to present research at Pathways.
Sponsors the yearly Javelina Research Symposium, graduate classroom upgrades, and mini-grants throughout campus.
This page was last updated on: August 13, 2012