Division of Student Affairs
Dr. Terisa Riley, Interim Senior Vice President for Fiscal and Student Affairs
Kirsten Compary, Dean of Students
Toni Alvarez, Associate Dean of Students
Memorial Student Union Building
Barnes and Noble Bookstore
Barnes and Noble is the official bookstore for TAMUK. Store hours are posted on their website, and faculty will receive emails and other notices regarding book orders and course packs. Please contact Barnes and Noble for special book orders, too!
Career Services is a comprehensive department that provides students with guidance on career searches, resume and cover letter writing, etc. They post jobs and internships on their interactive website, and they work with students to prepare essays and portfolios for admission into graduate studies.
Student Health and and Wellness
LSW provides free services for students in the areas of physical and mental health. Other focuses of this department include disability services, testing, and wellness. They serve as advisors for the student group PEPTALK: A peer education group dedicated to making health choices.
Department of Student Activities
The “SUB” provides a location for activities and events for the entire campus community. There are meeting rooms, conference rooms, and ballrooms available for rent, and TAMUK faculty and staff can reserve the rooms for free for university business. Student organizations have mailboxes in the Student Activities Office, and there are many dining establishments located in the building.
Department of Campus Recreation and Fitness
Located at the Steinke Physical Education Center, Recreational Sports provides fitness programs and work out areas for free for faculty, staff, and students. The Rec. Sports program also advises our Collegiate Cheerleading Squad.
University Housing and Residence Life
The University Housing & Residence Life program includes six residence halls that can serve up to 2,200 students. These spaces are provided on a first-come, first-served basis. The residence halls provide kitchens, lounges, laundry rooms, mailboxes, and student study spaces in common areas.
Javelina Dining Services by Aramark
Dining services for students, faculty, and staff are available in the Memorial Student Union, Turner-Bishop Hall, Martin Hall, and in the Jernigan Library. Students living in residence halls are required to purchase meal plans, but others can buy bonus bucks at the Card Office or pay with cash or credit cards at registers. Catering by Aramark is available and should be used when planning on campus events.
Special Programs are federally funded educational support opportunities for college bound and undergraduate students who are first-generation college students or who have low socio-economic status.
This page was last updated on: May 04, 2012