The following grant programs are administered by the Office of the Vice President and Associate Provost for Information Technology.
Computer Access Competitive Grants
Each year, the Academic Program Council budgets a pool of funds for competitive proposals to support student instructional computing. Proposals being considered for funding should note the potential positive impact on the student instructional computing environment.
- Guidelines for Expenditure of Computer Access Fee Funds
- Guidelines for Disposition of Computer Access Fee Funds
Classroom Instructional Technology Grants
The Classroom Instructional Technology Matching Grant program provides matching funds for departments and colleges wishing to upgrade classroom instructional technology. This funding is in addition to the allocation provided to Instructional Media Services for instructional technology in classrooms controlled by the Registrar.
Core Curriculum Course Technology Enhancement Grants
These grants fund development of core curriculum courses that use technology to enhance undergraduate learning outcomes.
Faculty Workstation Upgrade Program
The Faculty Workstation Program represents the commitment of the administration of Texas A&M University to replace computer workstations for faculty members at least every four years. The program is made possible by the commitment of funds from Interim President R. Bowen Loftin's office, the VPAPIT Capital Computer Equipment Fund and deans, departments or individual faculty member's grant funds.
- TAMU Faculty Workstation Program Memo
- TAMU-Galveston Faculty Workstation Program Memo
- Faculty Workstation Grant Guidelines
Wireless Access Point Matching Fund
To expand wireless networking on campus, the Wireless Access Point Matching Fund reduces the departmental costs for wireless access point installations.