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Your path to a successful career as a Direct Support Professional, Para-Professional, or as a Child Care Professional.
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Exiting PATHS students write down three words that they feel described the PATHS Program. The larger the font, the more often the words were used. 

The PATHS Certificate Program works in collaboration with the  Institute on Person-Centered Practices  and Brazos Valley Center for Independent Living . The Institute is a partnership between the  Center on Disability and Development at Texas A&M University  and the  Center on Disability Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. 

You must obtain all required signatures on any form that you submit to OGAPS. If one of the required signers is unavailable, each program has additional faculty members who are authorized signers for that program. Please check with that program's graduate office to determine who may sign. Additionally, OGAPS will accept scanned copies of signatures for most documents. At a minimum, if the form has a place for the Department Head or Interdisciplinary Program Chair to sign, that signature must be original. If your form does not require this signature, then the committee chair's signature must be original.

OGAPS upgraded the  Online Document Processing Submission System  in February 2014, enabling all students to file petitions (e.g., course, committee, major, degree, and/or department changes; or, waivers and exceptions) electronically through DPSS. Students who experience problems using the system may contact [email protected] for assistance.

Request for Funds  (PDF)  Email Rachelle Dudley  or call her at 845-3631 for funding due dates and additional information.

PATHS Word Cloud. Exiting PATHS students write down three words that they feel described the PATHS Program. The larger the font, the more often the words were used.

Applications for the 2018-2019 year are now being accepted. (Deadline is Feb. 28, 2018) Online Forms. Online application; Online reference; Application checklist

PATHS stands for Postsecondary Access and Training in Human Services. The PATHS Certificate Program prepares individuals for jobs as Direct Support Professionals and ...

Students who participate in FOCUS are  Regents’ Scholarship recipients  who are pursuing degrees in the College Agriculture and Life Sciences, College Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, the Texas A&M Health Science Center School of Public Health, or the Department of Biology in the College of Science.

In partnership with the Texas A&M Health Science Center's College of Medicine and Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy, the College of Veterinary Medicine, and the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, students in FOCUS can choose to apply to one of the four optional scholar tracks:

Through professional staff guidance, monthly activities, peer mentoring experiences, and specialized academic support services, students build a collaborative community dedicated to enhancing their first-year experience at Texas A&M University. 

Your path to a successful career as a Direct Support Professional, Para-Professional, or as a Child Care Professional.
Apply now!

Exiting PATHS students write down three words that they feel described the PATHS Program. The larger the font, the more often the words were used. 

The PATHS Certificate Program works in collaboration with the  Institute on Person-Centered Practices  and Brazos Valley Center for Independent Living . The Institute is a partnership between the  Center on Disability and Development at Texas A&M University  and the  Center on Disability Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. 

Your path to a successful career as a Direct Support Professional, Para-Professional, or as a Child Care Professional.
Apply now!

Exiting PATHS students write down three words that they feel described the PATHS Program. The larger the font, the more often the words were used. 

The PATHS Certificate Program works in collaboration with the  Institute on Person-Centered Practices  and Brazos Valley Center for Independent Living . The Institute is a partnership between the  Center on Disability and Development at Texas A&M University  and the  Center on Disability Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. 

You must obtain all required signatures on any form that you submit to OGAPS. If one of the required signers is unavailable, each program has additional faculty members who are authorized signers for that program. Please check with that program's graduate office to determine who may sign. Additionally, OGAPS will accept scanned copies of signatures for most documents. At a minimum, if the form has a place for the Department Head or Interdisciplinary Program Chair to sign, that signature must be original. If your form does not require this signature, then the committee chair's signature must be original.

OGAPS upgraded the  Online Document Processing Submission System  in February 2014, enabling all students to file petitions (e.g., course, committee, major, degree, and/or department changes; or, waivers and exceptions) electronically through DPSS. Students who experience problems using the system may contact [email protected] for assistance.

Request for Funds  (PDF)  Email Rachelle Dudley  or call her at 845-3631 for funding due dates and additional information.

PATHS Word Cloud. Exiting PATHS students write down three words that they feel described the PATHS Program. The larger the font, the more often the words were used.

Applications for the 2018-2019 year are now being accepted. (Deadline is Feb. 28, 2018) Online Forms. Online application; Online reference; Application checklist

PATHS stands for Postsecondary Access and Training in Human Services. The PATHS Certificate Program prepares individuals for jobs as Direct Support Professionals and ...

Your path to a successful career as a Direct Support Professional, Para-Professional, or as a Child Care Professional.
Apply now!

Exiting PATHS students write down three words that they feel described the PATHS Program. The larger the font, the more often the words were used. 

The PATHS Certificate Program works in collaboration with the  Institute on Person-Centered Practices  and Brazos Valley Center for Independent Living . The Institute is a partnership between the  Center on Disability and Development at Texas A&M University  and the  Center on Disability Studies at the University of Texas at Austin. 

You must obtain all required signatures on any form that you submit to OGAPS. If one of the required signers is unavailable, each program has additional faculty members who are authorized signers for that program. Please check with that program's graduate office to determine who may sign. Additionally, OGAPS will accept scanned copies of signatures for most documents. At a minimum, if the form has a place for the Department Head or Interdisciplinary Program Chair to sign, that signature must be original. If your form does not require this signature, then the committee chair's signature must be original.

OGAPS upgraded the  Online Document Processing Submission System  in February 2014, enabling all students to file petitions (e.g., course, committee, major, degree, and/or department changes; or, waivers and exceptions) electronically through DPSS. Students who experience problems using the system may contact [email protected] for assistance.

Request for Funds  (PDF)  Email Rachelle Dudley  or call her at 845-3631 for funding due dates and additional information.


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