Departments

 Student Affairs Departments

The departments of the Division of Student Affairs meet the academic and co-curricular needs of the students at Prairie View A&M University.  The division provides leadership development, services, and programs that enhance life on campus, enrich the academic experience, and encourage personal growth and development.

 

 Disability Services

Diagnostic Testing and Disability Services

Evans Hall Rm 317

Phone: (936) 261-3585

Email: bblewis@pvamu.edu

At Prairie View A&M University, the Office of Diagnostic Testing and Disability Services is within the Division of Student Affairs. Its mission is consistent with the mission and core values of Prairie View A&M University. The office exists to create and sustain a supportive environment that includes policies and practices that assist persons with disabilities to achieve at their fullest potential.

 Career Services

Career & Outreach Services

Evans Hall Rm 217

Phone: (936) 261-3570

Email: careers@pvamu.edu

The Prairie View A&M University Career Center offers many unique services, such as career workshops, on-campus interviewing, Experiential Education & Internship programs, and others. Located in Evans Hall 2nd floor room 210.

 Recreation Sports

Recreational Sports

Leroy Moore Gymnasium Rm 110

Phone: (936) 261-9367

Email: recsports@pvamu.edu

Rec Sports has exciting changes in staff, programs, and services underway. We have something for everyone to participate in from Aquatics, Fitness & Wellness and Recreation Programs (Intramurals & Informal Drop- In) . If you are lacking physical activity in your day, well put on your tennis shoes, show up and “Play It For Life!”

 Student Conduct

Student Conduct

Evans Hall Rm 308

Phone: (936) 261-3524

Email: studentconduct@pvamu.edu

Welcome to the the Office of Student Conduct. We are charged with helping the office reach its goal of upholding concepts of fairness and due process while establishing a balance between community standards and individual behavior.

 Student Counseling Services

Student Counseling Services

Owens-Franklin Health Center 2nd Floor

Phone: (936) 261-3564

The collegiate lifestyle can be an exciting time filled with freedom, new experiences, and changes that sometimes can be challenging. Some of you may need help coping with these challenges and personal issues because they can interfere with your ability to perform in college. We want to do our part in helping you have the best possible experience during your tenure at PVAMU. That’s why we offer a wide range of services and programs to assist you, the student, in maximizing your potential for success.

 Special Programs

Special Programs

Evans Hall Rm 310

Phone: (936) 261-3566

Our mission is to inform, enrich, expand, and enhance the awareness and cultural climate of the university. Through the ongoing presentation of intellectual and diverse topics, we seek to engage students in social, cultural and recreational programs to develop a well-rounded college experience.

 Student Activities and Leadership

Office of Student Engagement

Willie A. Tempton, Sr. Memorial Student Center Suite 221

Phone: (936) 261-1340

Email: studentactivities@pvamu.edu

The Office of Student Engagement designs and implements inclusive and accessible programs and services that enhance student development through exposure to and participation in diverse and relevant social, cultural, intellectual, recreational, community service, leadership development and campus governance.

 

 All Faiths Chapel

All Faiths Chapel

Johnson-Phillip All Faiths Chapel

Phone: (936) 261-3590

Email: allfaiths@pvamu.edu

The All Faiths Chapel’s mission is to nurture and develop faith experiences that students will encounter while matriculating at Prairie View A&M University. Furthermore, we aim to cultivate and ameliorate one’s spirituality, psychological animation and moral stature to build character in men and women to become productive individuals for today’s society.

 Veteran Services

Veterans Affairs

Evans Hall Rm 323

Phone: (936) 261-3563

Email: Vacant

The new center is designed to assist with the transition of current and incoming veteran and transfer students to the university. The center was developed following recommendations made by the Texas Government and will be supported by a team of knowledgeable staff from various offices across campus.

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