The Office of Information Technology’s Help Desk is your first point of contact for technical issues or software questions. You can contact us via phone or email.
TAMIU technicians can assist with any questions concerning account management (including Dusty email setup and password resets), as well as Banner ID, NetID and UConnect.
To contact the Help Desk on weekdays from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m. (CT), call 956-326-2310, or email [email protected].
TAMIU online students have access to the vast resources within the Sue & Radcliffe Killam Library, which houses a collection of almost 800,000 titles including print books, ebooks, audiovisual materials, and federal and Texas state government documents.
The Killam Library provides materials and services to meet your information needs as an online student. The Library belongs to TexShare, a state-wide resource sharing network featuring joint electronic databases. It is also a member of OCLC, a worldwide library network, which makes the collections of other institutions available to our library through interlibrary loans. Our membership in the Texas Digital Library facilitates the publication of locally produced digital materials such as theses, dissertations and electronic journals. The library also belongs to a consortium of other Texas A&M University System libraries, which achieves greater value and more extensive resources through the collective licensing of databases.
You must have a NetID login and password to access databases and other resources. You will automatically be prompted to log in for access when you click on any database, ebook or electronic journal article link within any library resource such as WorldCat Discovery, the Databases A-Z list or the Research Guides.
There has never been a better time for military veterans to further their education and training in Texas. TAMIU is committed to helping veterans make the best choices possible while attaining the maximum assistance, guidance and support utilizing the new GI Bill and other programs.
The Office of Veterans Affairs at TAMIU assists those who have served or are serving in the United States Armed Forces and wish to enroll in college, or those who are currently attending college using any Federal or State Veteran Education Benefits. We also help aid dependents and/or spouses of deceased or disabled veterans through the Dependents Educational Assistance (Chapter 35) or the Hazlewood Exemption. Among the services we provide:
- Information regarding educational benefits from the Department of Veterans Affairs (DVA)
- Assistance in applying for your GI Bill benefits
- Certifying enrollment to the VA for payment each semester attended
- Assistance in resolving pay problems
TAMIU Bookstore is an essential resource for every student’s need. From textbooks and book rentals to hoodies and hats and so much more. This online store will have you equipped and ready to start in style. They also have a wide selection of gifts and special items for Alumni.
TAMIU Books IncludED Who hasn’t worried about the mounting costs of textbooks and course materials? This Fall, TAMIU offers the cost-saving TAMIU Books IncludED program. This Fall, costs for required course materials will be conveniently folded into your semester tuition and fees. If you’re an enrolled, degree-seeking TAMIU student this Fall, you’ll have access to all required course materials on Day One!
We think it’s a real digital page-turner! https://www.tamiu.edu/books-included.shtml
Annual Security and Fire Safety Report
The Annual Security & Fire Safety Report contains information regarding campus security and personal safety including topics such as: crime prevention, fire safety, university police law enforcement authority, crime-reporting policies, disciplinary procedures and other matters of importance related to security and safety on campus. The Report also contains information about crime statistics for the three previous calendar years concerning reported crimes that occurred on campus, in certain non-campus buildings or property owned or controlled by TAMIU or a recognized student organization, and on public property within, or immediately adjacent to and accessible from, the campus. Statistics of all reported fires occurring inside On-Campus Student Housing Facilities are also provided for the three most recent calendar years. The Report is available at www.tamiu.edu/clery.pdf.
TAMIU Accelerated Online Student Handbook
To learn more about creating your TAMIU email, registering for courses, adjusting your course schedule, tuition and billing information, access our accelerated online student handbook.
TAMIU Accelerated Online Student Graduate Financial Assistance Handbook
To learn more about financial assistance, available scholarships, and more, download the Graduate Financial Assistance Handbook.
The CARES/ARP funds will be used to address financial hardship, including housing and food insecurity, medical expenses, and lack of educational support and supplies (including technology). View additional information and apply.