What is Tamu?
Texas A&M University or Tamu is a coeducational public research university in College Station, Texas, United States. TAMU is a state university and since 1948 is a member of the Texas A&M University System.
Texas A&M in 1876 was considered to be as the state’s first public institution of higher learning. Today, TAMU stand as a research-intensive flagship university dedicated to sending the students out into the world prepared to take on the challenges of tomorrow.
Tamu is located in the heart of the Houston-Dallas-Austin triangle. Tamu has more than 130 undergraduate degree programs, 170 master’s degree programs, 93 doctoral degree programs and 5 first professional degrees as options for study, Texas A&M is full of possibilities.
TAMU has a mission of providing the highest quality undergraduate and graduate programs which is inseparable from its mission of developing new understandings through research and creativity. It aims to prepare the students to assume roles in leadership, responsibility and service to society. TAMU assumes as its historic trust the maintenance of freedom of inquiry and an intellectual environment nurturing the human mind and spirit.
Create Tamu SSO
The Single Sign On (SSO) system is the one point of entry for HRConnect in the Texas A&M System’s, also used for LeaveTraq and other online applications. UINs are used as the login username for the SSO. This service is provided by the A&M System’s Business Computing Services.
Login Tamu SSO
The Single Sign-On (SSO) is the system which takes care of the user logon access to web based applications which have chosen to use Single Sign-On as their authentication method.
The user will be presented with a list of applications for which the user may be authorized, after logging in.
If the user is unsure of the password, the user can choose one of the options below the Submit button, or contact the HR departmental representative or the central HR office.
To get started with the SSO
Step 1: Log in at SSO.tamus.edu.
For Help and Support for SSO, visit SSO Training to learn more about using SSO.
Create Tamu Email
Texas A&M Gmail is the official email system for all TAMU students. This email application is part of Google Apps at TAMU. Google Calendar, Google Drive, Google Groups, Google Sites and Google Hangouts are also included in this email system. All students of TAMU receive an account with an unlimited data quota. Faculty can request an account to collaborate with students. Staff eligibility is determined at the department level.
Login Tamu email
Step 1: Log in at Google.tamu.edu or click the Email icon after logging in at Howdy.tamu.edu. To request for an account, visit the site of TAMU Gmail Account page in the Knowledge Base.
For the help and support and for assistance with the user’s Gmail account, visit the Google Apps at Texas A&M page in the Knowledge Base or the Google Gmail Help Center. Now the user is authenticated to use the email.
Create Tamu Ecampus /Ecampus Tamu
eCampus is the centrally supported learning management system (LMS) powered by Blackboard Learn. eCampus facilitates developing and delivering courses online or in a hybrid format. This service is provided by Instructional Technology Services (ITS).
Login Tamu Ecampus /Ecampus Tamu
Step 1: Go to eCampus and click the “Get Started” button.
For the Help and Support, view eCampus how-to guides or visit the eCampus page in the Knowledge Base.
Create Tamu Howday
TAMU Howdy is a web portal created for applicants and admitted students, current and former students, parents/guardians, faculty and staff of Texas A&M University campuses in College Station, Galveston and Qatar.
If any unauthorized access to the Howdy portal is a violation of University regulations, state laws, and federal laws if user gain or help others gain. If unauthorized access or use is gained, the user will be subject to university disciplinary action and criminal prosecution, to the fullest extent of the law. By logging into Howdy, you are responsible for strictly adhering to university policy, state laws and federal laws governing computer security. Penalties exist for unauthorized access, unauthorized use, or unauthorized distribution of information from Howdy.
Login Tamu Howday
To log in to Howdy, the user must have a NetID and password. The user must also be using a recent version of a standard web browser such as Microsoft Internet Explorer or Firefox.
If the user is having trouble logging in into the TAMU howdy, then please refer to the user’s Howdy account activation email.
If the user has forgotten the password, then the user can set up Self-Service Password Reset, visit https://services.tamu.edu/password-reset/ to reset user password. The user will have detailed instructions.
If the user forgot the NetID password and haven’t set up the password security questions, first the user must visit an Open Access Lab or Help Desk Central, or call 979.845.8300, to have user’s account marked. After the account has been marked, if the user is a student, applicant, employee or faculty member, set the new password at Reset Forgotten Password.