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The Division of Academic and Strategic Collaborations (DASC) was established in 2021 to support Texas A&M's land-grant mission to teach, conduct research and provide services to communities in Texas and beyond. Partnering with public and private organizations, the division helps create lifelong educational and economic opportunities, discover and share solutions to societal challenges, and enrich lives through cultural events and services.

Comprising over two dozen programs across 10 units, the division focuses on collaboration across the university and with external entities to strengthen the University.

Departments & Units

The department supports undergraduates in the Leadership Minor Program and houses the Public Policy Internship Program, Texas Real Estate Research Center, and University Press.

This department is a gateway to educational opportunities for prospective students and their families at Texas A&M University.

A catalyst to fuel collaboration between Texas A&M University and the communities it serves, this team helps find innovative solutions for many of society’s greatest challenges.

The department advances Texas A&M’s land-grant mission through joint leadership, strategy coordination and support for the university’s globally focused services.

OPAS offers professional theatre, music and dance productions that enlighten, entertain and inspire audiences of all ages.

At the Becky Gates Children's Center, active learning is at the core of all adult-child interactions, the learning environment, daily routines and observational assessment.

Campus galleries include the J. Wayne Stark Galleries and the Forsyth Galleries, located in the Memorial Student Center. The galleries are open to the public and admission is always free.

The AVPA advances the arts on campus and beyond, bringing innovative, culturally diverse and cutting-edge visual and performing arts to our community.

This office promotes and implements sustainable practices across our campus and community.

The Private Enterprise Research Center (PERC) pursues a dual mission of supporting academic research at Texas A&M University and developing market-oriented solutions to public policy problems.