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    Crosswalk iconUse caution when using the crosswalks around the law school. Do not assume that traffic will stop. For your safety, cross at designated crossings and use the pushbuttons to activate the LED lights on the signage.

  • REVS-maroon-with-textCheck out R.E.V.S. – Recruitment and Employment Virtual System for:
    • Online Job Bank
    • Scholarship and ​Writing Competitions
    • Pro Bono Hours Submissions
    • General Externship Application

    To enter your pro bono hours in R.E.V.S., go to or contact Shawna Smith in Student Affairs at (817) 212-3816 or via email.

  • step in stand upIt is up to us – students, faculty, and staff – to step in as active participants to end sexual harassment and sexual violence in our community, and stand up to support the survivors of these behaviors. What harms even one of us, harms us all.

Welcome to Aggie Print


Welcome to AggiePrint!
PaperCut has been replaced with AggiePrint.

Improved features:
  • Cheaper!  $0.09/page, ​$0.17/double-sided
  • $30 per semester automatically loaded into your account ($15 in summer)
  • To add money, visit

Instructions are posted at each print area in the Student Lounge and Library.

Wireless web printing:
  1. Login to with your Howdy NetID and password
  2. Upload your document
  3. To release your print job, login to a printer kiosk ​by swiping your Texas A&M ID card or entering your NetID and password
  4. Select the printer task you would like to complete
  5. Logoff/exit
You must release your print job within 2 hours. ​After ​that, you'll have to send it again.

Questions?  Call Help Desk Central at 979-845-8300



New events added daily -- check back often


March 51L Mandatory Meeting, Noon, Lecture Hall
March 5 - General Counsel Speaker Series: David McAtee of AT&T, 5 pm, Conference Center, RSVP required (free)
March 19 EENRSLP Speaker Series, 12:00 - 1:00 pm, Conference Center
March 26 Mandatory 1L Meeting: Summer Job Fairs and Fall OCI/Resume Collect, 12:00, Lecture Hall


April 3 - "Administrative Law and the Workplace" Virtual Conference, 8:15 am - 3:00 pm


May 1 - Commencement

Pro Bono Info & Opportunities:


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  • FREE Tarrant Cty Bar Assoc. (TCBA) Student Membership! Download the application. The Tarrant County Bar Association is a great way to get involved in the legal community, meet local attorneys and judges, go to networking events, as well as opportunities to get involved on many levels. Applications also at Student Affairs.
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