Office of Title V Programs
Office Of TITLE V Programs
We will develop and expand Texas A&M University-Kingsville’s capacity to support Hispanic and low income students, families, and the communities in which they live through the development and support of innovative programs, best practices and services designed to encourage learning and empower learners.
for Hispanic Americans
This Title V grant project has been designed with the goal of improving graduate student success at TAMU-Kingsville while strengthening institutional capacity through investments in classroom technology and scientific equipment and relevant professional development. These steps are of primary importance as scholarship support is provided to cohorts of master’s and doctoral students, mentorship capacity is strengthened and opportunities are provided, skills essential to success after degree completion are developed and classrooms used for graduate education and research are upgraded.
The mission of the HSI Partnering Grant is to improve persistence and graduation rates and help facilitate the transition between community college to university to the workforce for Hispanic and low income students. The HSI partnering grant also provides professional development for faculty to improve course delivery and support active learning for Hispanic and low income students.
Location: College Hall, Room 230
Hours of Operation: 8:00am - 5:00pm
This page was last updated on: September 14, 2015