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Since 1991, the Texas A&M University Colonias Program has partnered with a wide variety of public and private agencies to provide literacy and job training, health education, economic and community development assistance and other services that increase self-sufficiency and enhance the quality of life for colonias residents all along the Texas-Mexico border.

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Colonias program serves colonias residents on Texas-Mexico border

Colonias program serves colonias residents on Texas-Mexico border

posted Tue, 15 Sep 2020
The Colonias Program helps provide literacy and job training, health education, and many other services that increase self-sufficiency for colonias residents.
Aggies convert containers to mobile clinics to battle COVID-19

Aggies convert containers to mobile clinics to battle COVID-19

posted Wed, 15 Jul 2020
A mobile medical unit created by Aggies in BUILD, which consists of students from majors throughout campus, was delivered to the border town of Presidio in early April.
Landscape architecture professors earn arts & humanities fellowships

Landscape architecture professors earn arts & humanities fellowships

posted Sat, 02 May 2020
Hope Hui Rising and Andrea Roberts earned prestigious fellowships from Texas A&M University’s Arts & Humanities Fellowship Program.
Coronavirus tests administered in clinic built by COSC students

Coronavirus tests administered in clinic built by COSC students

posted Mon, 30 Mar 2020
Residents in Nueces County are receiving drive-through coronavirus tests in a mobile medical clinic designed and built by construction science students.