Aggie Life 101: New Student Orientation
Orientation marks the beginning of your lifetime adventure as an Aggie. At Texas A&M University at Qatar we call this Aggie Life 101: New Student Orientation.
This is your first step in getting acquainted with university resources and getting to know your fellow Aggies It is also a part of Aggie Life, a strategic first-year initiative designed to connect first-year students with TAMUQ. Prior to the start of each semester, students are required to participate in Aggie Life 101 as part of their enrollment and admissions process as you begin your Aggie experience.
More importantly is that you will have the opportunity to interact with other new students, current Aggies, and the faculty and staff members that will support your throughout your time at TAMUQ. More information about Aggie Life 101: New Student Orientation, including dates, will be provided via email prior to the start of each long semester. If you have questions about Aggie Life 101, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or visit the website.
Living on Campus
Living on campus is a great way to get to know fellow students, engage in student life, and get the most from your University experience. If you wish to live on campus and have not already informed Texas A&M University at Qatar, please submit your information online as soon as possible. Housing is filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Health and wellness is the matter of obtaining and recording the immunizations and vaccines you have had over the years. Qatar Foundation and Texas A&M University at Qatar respectfully require that you complete the Immunization and Tuberculosis Screening Certificate. Every incoming and current student who attends a branch affiliate must submit proof of certain vaccinations/immunizations (i.e., copy of childhood or current immunization records) and/or proof of immunity (i.e., copies of the blood titer results) to their respective Counseling and Wellness staff.
This information must be compiled and confirmed by your Health Care Provider in English. If you do not have the documents in English, you may have them translated. Translations of non-English documents must be certified. This policy went into effect 1 August 2009. The required vaccinations are described in the document which is included with this letter (Immunization and Tuberculosis Screening Certificate). You are required to return the appropriate documents before you begin classes at Texas A&M at Qatar. Please submit them by 14 July 2019. You will be blocked from registering for classes until you are in complete compliance with the Qatar Foundation policy.
There are two ways you can return the information to Texas A&M at Qatar.