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Career Preparation and Development

Setting the course to be successful when you graduate begins early in your undergraduate years.  The Career Development Center is design to prepare you for the competitive job market in today’s world.  At the Career Development Center, you will have the opportunity to acquire internships and co-op positions from many one of our 300 registered companies; you can participate in mock interviews and resumé courses; and have the opportunity to sit and talk with PVAMU graduates that work for major corporations.  The goal of the development center is to ensure that our students gain the necessary experience combined with enough professional exposure to transition effortlessly into corporate world.

Evans Hall Rm 217

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Diagnostic Testing and Disability Services

At Prairie View A&M University, the Office of Diagnostic Testing and Disability Services exists to create and sustain a supportive environment that includes policies and practices that assist persons with disabilities to achieve at their fullest potential.
To accomplish our mission we utilize two general approaches:

  • Our first approach is to provide direct services to persons with disabilities.  Services are individualized based on the needs of the person and the level of the disability.
  • The second approach involves coordination of services with University faculty, staff and external community agencies.

The goal of each approach is to ensure that persons with disabilities are provided equal access to the programs and services of the University.

Evans Hall Rm 319

PVAMU MSC Auditorium

Special Event Request and Room Reservation

The Office of Student Activities and Leadership manages the special event request and room reservation process for Prairie View A&M University. Our office takes the responsibility of communicating with the various facility managers and event schedulers to ensure that space is made available to accommodate the various functions of our on-campus entities and organizations. Located in the Memorial Student Center, Suite 221, the office of Student Activities & Leadership is also setup to offer additional information concerning event policies, advertising procedures, and building specifications.  Starting the process is made easy and convenient via a fillable form that can be found here. Stop by our office today to beginning planning your event.

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

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Risk Management Training for Student Organizations

With on-going quality control and safety training, the Office of Student Activities and Leadership offer a FREE course on risk management for all student organizations on the campus of Prairie View A&M University.  This provides organizations with the resources necessary to help ensure safety in their programming efforts for students and the Prairie View community alike. this course offers a risk assessment tool that helps event planners determine the level of risk that is associated with specific activities that they occur during the course of the event.

Sign up for the free course in the Office of Student Activities & Leadership

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

PV Mime Ministry

Johnson Phillip All-Faiths Chapel

The Johnson-Phillip All Faiths Chapel is here to empower you to become productive in your spiritual walk with your Creator. The ministries housed in the Chapel are focused to strengthen your spiritual walk while you are receiving a first-class education.   Take the time to experience the various ministries we have on campus. As you are being empowered intellectually, don’t forget to remain faithful in your commitment to your Creator.

Regular Sunday Service – 10:00am

Wesley Foundation – 5:00-6:00pm Wed. & Thurs.

Baptist Student Movement – 6:30pm Mon.

Good News for Life – 6:00-7:00pm Wed.

Sounds of Faith Ensemble –  8:00-9:30pm Thurs.

Muslim Prayer – 1:00-2:00pm Fri.

Catholics on Campus Fellowship, Campus Mass 6:00pm Thurs.

Seventh Day Adventist – 10:00am-12:00pm Sat.

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Student Counseling Services

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.

We provide short-term individual, couples, and group counseling, as well as crisis intervention, outreach, consultation, and referral services. In addition, we offer extremely informative educational workshops and classroom presentations to interested groups who request them. Examples of these topics are listed here on the website.

2nd Floor, Owens-Franklin Health Center

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Volunteer Services

Giving back to the Prairie View community is now easier with the addition of Volunteer Services to the division.  Now students can seek volunteer opportunities in and around the campus from one office.  Located in the 2nd Floor of the Memorial Student Center, Volunteer Services serves student organizations as well as individuals who would like to add services to their involvement resume. Students can have their hours verified and documented as official record used when joining various organizations.  Stop by he Volunteer Services office and get engaged.

Willie A. Tempton, Sr. Memorial Student Center Suite 216