About Texas A&M University-Central Texas
Texas A&M University-Central Texas was born in the spirit of community cooperation on September 1, 1999 as Tarleton-Central Texas and became a stand-alone university on May 27, 2009 as a member of The Texas A&M University System. A&M-Central Texas is an upper-level institution offering bachelor’s and master’s degrees.
The student population at A&M-Central Texas is diverse and growing, currently serving over 2,500 students. Classes are offered at several convenient sites, including area community colleges and Fort Hood in order to accommodate both full- and part-time students and to serve the entire Central Texas area. The University provides a wide range of flexible course schedules, including online, evening and weekend classes.
In 2010, Dr. Marc Nigliazzo became the inaugural president of TAMUCT. The president guides the vision for the university and represents TAMUCT to the community.
Dr. Peg Gray-Vickrey became the new provost of TAMUCT in August of 2011. The provost guides the academic affairs of the university, ensuring quality academic programs for students.
The financial management services team provides accounting, billing, financial reporting, human resources and procurement services for the university, including management of expenditures and employees.
The university's institutional compliance program multiple responsibilities such as conflict of interest management, Texas state mandates compliance, and scientific integrity management
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