On behalf of the JagX staff we want to welcome you to Texas A&M University-San Antonio!

JagX is a MANDATORY program for all freshman and freshman transfer students, the week before the fall and spring semester. JagX is designed to welcome you to Texas A&M-San Antonio and prepare you for a smooth transition by addressing your academic, social and personal needs.

You are a First Time Freshman if you have not attended college since earning a high school degree or GED. You are a Freshman Transfer if you have attended college since earning a high school degree or GED and have 29 or less college credit hours. There is no charge to attend JagX. 

JagX jump starts a student’s transition to college and prepares our new Jaguars for the life-changing experiences that lie ahead. As a key part of the professional journey, JagX contributes to retention efforts by introducing our new undergraduates to university expectations and culture though an emphasis on the professional, intellectual, and life skills that will enable participants to be successful as university students. This week long experience, held prior to first day of class, will allow our students to meet fellow jaguars, interact with faculty and staff, and feel a connection to our university. 

Fall 2017 Admitted Students

Fall 2017 JagX will be occurring Monday, August 21st through Friday, August 25th, 2017. Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday of the program will run from 8:30am-5:00pm. On Thursday, the program will run from 1:00pm-8:00pm and Friday from 7:00am-1:00pm. Failure to attend JagX in its entirety could impact your ability to enroll for the upcoming semester.

Remember that JagX is REQUIRED so be sure to mark your calendar today! 

The Studio Sessions during JagX are designed to support your academic transition from high school to college.  Studio Sessions will introduce you to university-level skills and the expectations you will experience once the semester begins. The goals of the sessions are:

  1. To facilitate development of core math, reading, and writing skill.
  2. To develop your vocabulary for discussing these skills and building on them as they transition into university-level coursework.
  3. To introduce you to resources to help you succeed in college.  

During JagX you will receive a light breakfast everyday, with the exception of Thursday. You will be served dinner on Thursday night. If you have any dietary restrictions or accommodations that you did not notify us about when you registered for orientation form please email fye@tamusa.edu with that additional information. 

A week before JagX you will receive a reminder email with details about where to check in as well as an attached parking permit for the week. 

Students formally requesting an exemption or excused absence from JagX (August 21st-25th, 2017) must complete the following form: https://orgsync.com/130375/forms/246355

Completed Fall 2017 JagX Appeal forms must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on Friday, August 11, 2017.

Spring 2018 Admitted Students: More information to come

For additional information please call (210) 784-1434 or email fye@tamusa.edu