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  • 27 Apr 2021 3:49 PM | Victor Lopez (Administrator)

    TxGAP Board Elections are live today until Friday April 30, 2021 (11:59 CST). Check your emails if you are an active member to cast your vote for the open board positions. 

    Visit the about tab to view the candidates. 

  • 27 Apr 2021 3:48 PM | Victor Lopez (Administrator)

    With the ongoing travel restrictions due to Covid-19 at higher education institutions and budget constraints at several institutions, we are making this year's Summer Institute (SI) virtual. This year's SI will be held on Friday June 4, 2021 and will be FREE of charge.

    We are planning for the SI to be a half-day event with a keynote speaker, professional development sessions, and our annual TxGAP business meeting to update our members on the current state of our organization. We are going to try to host a member social at the conclusion of the TxGAP SI with some raffles. 

    We will announce our conference agenda as we near the SI. We hope to be back for a grand 2022 Summer Institute. 

    If you have any questions or concerns, please feel free to email our Conference Chair, Heather Miller. 

  • 27 Apr 2021 9:12 AM | Victor Lopez (Administrator)

    ***TxGAP Statement on Remarks Made by Guest Speaker on Tuesday April 20, 2021***

    A guest who attended our TxGAP Professional Development Session on Tuesday April 20, 2021 notified us of a general statement made by the guest speaker. The statement made generalized law enforcement in a negative connotation regarding the killing of minorities in America. We understand the current climate surrounding law enforcement and how over the last decade there has been a building of frustration for many in our communities. With the verdict in the criminal trail of former officer, Derek Chauvin, we are aware of the tension from our members in TxGAP. 

    As the board and representatives of TxGAP, we aim to create an environment that is inclusive and can enable constructive dialogue surrounding issues in our culture, world, and communities in conjunction with higher education. Our goal is to foster dialogue that encourages personal and professional development in our members and event attendees.

    As an organization, we understand that our speakers will say remarks that are not indicative of TxGAP’s beliefs but understand the current climate surrounding civilians and law enforcement. As higher education professionals, we interact with campus and community law enforcement and appreciate the safety and protection they provide to our individual communities, campuses, and students.

    As our campuses and organization become increasingly diverse, we hope to engage in conversations surrounding diversity, equity, and inclusion. In the TxGAP organization, each of us contributes to inclusion—we all have a role to play in higher education, our organization, and the world. Our culture is the result of our behaviors, our personal commitment to inclusion, our curiosity, how we collaborate, and the ways that we courageously share our perspectives and encourage others to do the same in the hope that we will grow with one another.

    In turn, our inclusive culture inspires us to try new things, speak openly, and be bold. It brings us together in ways that help us stand out and come together. Our inclusive culture empowers all of us to connect, belong, and grow in all aspects of personal and professional development.

    Again, we value each one of our members and attendees of our events. We appreciate the viewpoint of all our colleagues and appreciate the feedback of others. We hope you will continue to join us for future events as we learn to grow with one another.

    If you have any questions or concerns regarding our professional development session, please contact our Professional Development and Strategic Initiatives Chair, Victor Lopez at Victor_F_Lopez@baylor.edu.

    Thank you,

    TxGAP Board Members

  • 11 Mar 2021 11:59 AM | Victor Lopez (Administrator)

    Are you interested in seeking election for a TxGAP board position?

    For the upcoming 2021 TxGAP Elections, there are two positions available. The positions available for the TxGAP Board are Vice-President and Treasurer. If you are seeking election, we will post a form for you to complete. 

    Duties of the board can be found here

    Please fill out the Election Registration form here if you are interested in seeking-election for the 2021 TxGAP Board Election.

    TxGAP 2021 Election Timeline:

    Election Registration: Open

    Registration Deadline: April 16, 2021 (11:59pm CST)

    Campaigning Period: Mon. April 19 - Fri. April 30, 2021

    Election Open: Mon. April 26 - Fri. April 26, 2021 (11:59pm CST)

    Election Winner(s) Announcement: Mon. May 3, 2021

    Elected Board Member Begins Term: Wed. May 5, 2021

    If you have any questions regarding the election process, please contact the TxGAP Elections Commissioner. 

    2021 TxGAP Elections Commissioner

    Shaniece Miller


  • 23 Feb 2021 1:42 PM | Victor Lopez (Administrator)

    TxGAP will kick off their new Professional Development Series with a session titled Finding Your Lane: Understanding Inclusion & Where You Fit In

    The Professional Development Sessions will provide personal and professional development to members surrounding various topics. 

    Join us on March 2nd, 2021 from 12p-1p on Zoom for the session. You can visit the events tab for details. 

    If you have a topic or would like to lead a session, please email Victor Lopez at Victor_F_Lopez@baylor.edu. 

  • 17 Jan 2020 11:56 AM | Robert Stephens (Administrator)

    Are you interested in presenting at this year's Summer Institute? We would love for you to share your expertise, experience, and best practices at your institution.

    Breakout sessions are 50 minutes in length and generally consist of 30-40 minutes of presentation with 10 minutes of discussion. Your session proposal can be for an individual presentation, panel presentation, or moderated discussion session. 

    Sessions can focus on a variety of topics related to Graduate Enrollment Management (GEM) including, but not limited to:

    • Graduate Landscape Affordability (from applying to retention)
    • Advising Needs
    • GEM Processes/Platforms
    • Working with International Students
    • Work/Life Balance
    • Mental Health
    Submit a proposal today! Deadline: March 27th!

  • 17 Jan 2020 11:55 AM | Robert Stephens (Administrator)

    *Member only Early Bird Registration 

     Current members will have the opportunity to register for the lowest registration cost of the event at $160 beginning

    January 20th through February 10th.

    All other registration information be found on the Summer Institute webpage

    If you are not a member or your membership lapsed, become a member or renew today!

  • 17 Jan 2020 11:54 AM | Robert Stephens (Administrator)

    Call for Elections for Board Positions!
    We are looking for talented members interested in taking the organization to the next level! This year, three positions are up for election. If you are interested in any of the positions or would like to nominate yourself or someone else email Victor Lopez at Victor.Lopez@unthsc.edu.

     Nominations due February 28th

    • President
    • Communications Director
    • Secretary
    Terms are for three years and will commence at the Summer Institute in June. For more details on each position view their descriptions on the website under Duties of the Board

  • 04 Aug 2017 10:34 AM | Anonymous

    At our Summer Institute in The Woodlands, incoming president Robert Stephens announced that a white paper outlining Graduate & Professional School Fair best-practices would be forthcoming. We are happy to announce that the document is finalized!

    This spring, TXGAP sent a 10-question survey to recruiters who attended previous Swing events at UT-Arlington, Texas State University, and UT-RGV. The results of this survey—which had a 30% response rate—were extremely helpful in the creation of the white paper. If you were one of the 45 respondents- thank you for your input!

    We hope you find this both interesting and helpful. We also encourage you to share this with anyone at your institution who might benefit from the information we have compiled. Grad Fair Best Practices FINAL.pdf

  • 02 Feb 2016 3:52 PM | Anonymous

    Are you a member of the National Association of Graduate Admissions Professionals? If not, explore the benefits to also joining this national association for graduate enrollment management. Read more on the many benefits of membership on their website.

TxGAP is the official Texas chapter of NAGAP, the National Association for Graduate Enrollment Management.

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