Auxiliary Academic Resources

Much of the learning and the research in a university occur outside organized classes. The following units of Texas A&M University-Kingsville support faculty and student educational and research pursuits.

Information Technology Services (ITS)

College Hall Room 220
ITS Webpage

Information Technology Services (ITS) will facilitate the strategic use of technology to empower students, faculty and staff to achieve their goals as scholars, educators and employees. ITS will strive to provide state of the art technology resources in a secure, efficient environment.


JNET Login Webpage
JNET is a comprehensive web portal connecting to web-based services. With a single login to JNET users can access registration information, Blackboard, grades, DegreeWorks, financial aid, billing services, Texas A&M University-Kingsville email, library resources, Blue and Gold Connection and much more.

24-hour Technology Support Helpdesk

ITS Support Services Webpage
(361) 593-4357 (HELP)
ITS provides a 24-hour support helpdesk called Service Now. Reach a support technician via phone or by submitting a ticket online for assistance with questions on computer problems, Blackboard Learning Management System, JNET or other technical issues.

Student Help Desk

ITS Support Services Webpage
ITS provides a student help desk to address technical needs. Help desk support staff can assist with password resets, account information (VDI, email, JNET, Blackboard, connecting smart devices), wireless and virus troubleshooting. Hours of operation are the same as the Jernigan Library Commons
(Jernigan Library Hours webpage).

Password Reset Service

Password Reset Service Webpage
A three step process designed to assist to reset a university password online at the time that is most convenient 24/7. This web page will also give access to account information, including email address and username.

Blackboard Learning Management System Support

Blackboard Learning Management System Support Webpage
Blackboard is the University’s learning management system. Some courses will be using Blackboard to post assignments, hold discussions, take assessments, post grades, etc. Find tutorials on how to perform several of the tasks to some course requirements. There is also single sign-on from JNET.

Official Email

The University provides an email for official university communication. Emails regarding classes, grades, registration, status, financial aid or other important university information will be sent to the university email address.

Computer Lab Access

ITS provides access to computer labs across campus. 


The University provides Internet for academic, research and administrative uses.

Information Technology Services Policies and Procedures

ITS Policies and Procedures Webpage
ITS policies articulate the university’s vision, strategy and principles as they relate to the use of information and information technology resources. ITS policies interpret applicable laws and regulations and ensure that the policies are consistent with legal and contractual requirements. Policies specify requirements and standards for the use of ITS resources across the university.

Office of Institutional Research and Assessment

Miao Zhuang, Director
College Hall Room 231

The Office of Institutional Research (OIR) and Assessment supports institutional planning, policy formulation and decision making through the development and dissemination of accurate and timely data, reports and analysis. The office is committed to providing support for evaluation and assessment activities throughout the university. The office is also responsible for ensuring the timely submission and accuracy of reports to external agencies including the Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System (IPEDS) with the National Center for Education Statistics, the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board, Legislative Budget Board and The Texas A&M University System.

Office of Global Engagement

Cousins Hall Room 109
Study Abroad Program website

The Office of Global Engagement (OGE) works toward the internationalization of all aspects of Texas A&M University-Kingsville (TAMUK) by involving students and faculty in international studies and research globally. OGE consists of the following interrelated areas:

  1. Study Abroad Programs and International Internships;
  2. Student and Faculty Exchange Programs;
  3. Collaborative International Research;
  4. International Exchange Education Fund (IEEF) Scholarship;
  5. International Memorandums of Understanding/Agreements of Cooperation; and
  6. Student Foreign Travel.

Study Abroad Programs and International Internships

In fulfillment of the mission of TAMUK, OGE encourages undergraduate and graduate students to spend a summer, a semester or, ideally, an academic year outside the United States. Students can earn credit toward their degrees through international studies. Faculty, staff and community members are also encouraged to participate in these programs. Options, with or without credit, are available for students and non-students in any degree or non-degree program.

Exchange Programs

TAMUK has many exchange agreements with international institutions. Students may earn credit toward their degree programs while faculty can obtain experience that positively impacts their professional careers. International students and faculty can also come to TAMUK through an exchange program and study or teach here on campus. TAMUK currently has exchange agreements with institutions in Latin America, Europe and Asia.

Collaborative International Research

OGE will work with faculty, departments and colleges on identifying, developing and securing international research opportunities world-wide. This includes assisting faculty with Fulbright and other teaching and research awards and locations.


All Texas A&M University-Kingsville full-time students are welcome to apply for a scholarship to facilitate international studies. Scholarships can be used for tuition, fees and travel for an approved TAMUK Study Abroad Program outside the United States These scholarships are also available to degree-seeking international students and these pay for their tuition and fees here at A&M-Kingsville.

International Memorandums of Understanding/Agreements of Cooperation

OGE is responsible for handling the process and procedure for developing and signing of agreements of cooperation/memorandums of understanding between TAMUK and institutions abroad. The Office collaborates with the President’s Office in organizing ceremonies and official visits of international delegations.

Student Foreign Travel

All students traveling internationally on behalf of TAMUK (research project, conferences or organizational activities) with or without a TAMUK employee, are required to register their travel with OGE.

Intensive English Language Training Center

David Gohre, Student Outreach Advisor and Instructor
Cousins Hall Room 219

The Intensive English Training Center curriculum is focused on the needs and goals of each individual student. The Center provides intensive English training for non-degree and degree-seeking non-native English speaking students who have not reached the university’s minimum TOEFL score requirement. The curriculum features high interest topics and focuses on both accuracy and fluency. The multi-skills course syllabi integrate themes, structures, functions, vocabulary and pronunciation. A computerized language lab with access to the World Wide Web provides an unlimited number of resources in Language studies. Students who successfully complete the Intensive English Training Center Exit Portfolio are exempted from the university’s TOEFL requirement. Visit English Language Training Center for more information.

Office of Research and Sponsored Programs

Dr. Jose Espiritu, Interim Associate Vice President for Research and Graduate Studies
College Hall Room 150

The office assists faculty in securing external funds for research. It coordinates campus research activities, acts as a liaison for interdisciplinary research and community outreach programs, provides information on funding sources and proposal and budget development, as well as data on submissions and awards. All proposals for external funds are submitted through the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs.

John E. Conner Museum

Loftin Hall | 905 W. Santa Gertrudis 
361-593-2810 |
Free Admission

Discover the story of South Texas! The Conner Museum showcases the history and heritage of South Texas through our permanent and temporary exhibits and displays. The museum and its collection of artifact serves as a hands-on learning environment and experience for students and faculty of Texas A&M University-Kingsville. The museum host lectures and research presentations from students, faculty, or community members throughout the year. The Conner Museum is a unit of the College of Arts and Sciences. 

Explore the natural history of South Texas, the landscapes of the Tamaulipan Biotic Province, and a variety of North American game species in our Caesar Kleberg Hall of Natural History and Graves Peeler Hall of Horns galleries. In My Famly/En Mi Familia gallery is a bilingual interactive family exhibit highlighting the activities and traditions of a Mexican-American community in South Texas. The Conner Museum has additional displays honoring the life and accomplishments of Kingsville natives General Richard Cavazos and boxer Lil' Oscar Cantú. The Conner Museum has a Gift Shop with a variety of jewelry, toys, stuffed javelinas, and books.