Key Public Entry Points

The following websites are Texas A&M’s Key Public Entry Points. KPEPs must include the required links specified in the Web Accessibility SAP (pdf).

Site Name Web Address
12th Man Foundation
Aerospace Engineering
Aggie Athletics
Aggie Horticulture
Aggie Network
Agricultural Economics
Agricultural Leadership, Education, and Communications
Animal Science
Atmospheric Sciences
Biochemistry and Biophysics
Biological and Agricultural Engineering
Biomedical Engineering
Biomedical Science Program
Bush School of Government and Public Service
Campus Safety and Emergency Procedures
Campus Tour
Campus Visit
Career Center
Center on Disability and Development
Chemical Engineering
Civil Engineering
Code Maroon
College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
College of Architecture
College of Dentistry
College of Education and Human Development
College of Geosciences
College of Liberal Arts
College of Medicine
College of Nursing
College of Pharmacy
College of Science
College of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Computer Science and Engineering
Construction Science
Corps of Cadets
Department of Architecture
Disability Services
Division of Finance & Administration
Division of Information Technology
Division of Marketing and Communications
Division of Research
Division of Student Affairs
Dwight Look College of Engineering
Ecosystem Science and Management
Educational Administration and Human Resource Development
Educational Psychology
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Emergency Medical Services
Engineering Technology and Industrial Distribution
Enterprise Information Systems
Environmental Health and Safety Department
Environmental Programs
Executive MBA Program
Full-Time MBA Program
Geology and Geophysics
Global Partnership Services
Graduate and Professional Studies
Health and Kinesiology
Help Desk Central
Hispanic Studies
Honors and Undergraduate Research (LAUNCH)
Horticultural Sciences
Human Resources
Industrial and Systems Engineering
Information and Operations Management
Information Technology Accessibility
Instructional Media Services
Instructional Technology Services
International Faculty and Scholar Services
International Student Services
International Studies
Job Path
Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning
Large Animal Clinical Sciences
Materials Science and Engineering
Mays Business School
Mechanical Engineering
Memorial Student Center
Multicultural Services
Nautical Archeology
New Employee Welcome
Nuclear Engineering
Nutrition and Food Science
Office of Admissions
Office of Graduation
Office of Professional School Advising
Office of the Dean of Faculties
Office of the President
Office of the Provost and Executive Vice President for Academic Affairs
Office of the Registrar
Office of the Vice President and Associate Provost for Diversity
Office of the Associate Vice President and CIO for Information Technology
Open Access Labs
Performance Studies
Petroleum Engineering
Physics and Astronomy
Plant Pathology and Microbiology
Political Science
Poultry Science
Procurement Services
Professional MBA Program
Professional Veterinary Program
Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences
Recreational Sports
Reed Arena
Residence Life
Scholarships and Financial Aid
School of Public Health
Small Animal Clinical Sciences
Soil and Crop Sciences
StuAct Online
Student Business Services
Student Counseling Services
Student Employment Office
Student Health Services
Student Life
Study Abroad Programs Office
Teaching, Learning and Culture
Texas A&M Emergency Website
Texas A&M Foundation
Texas A&M University
Transition Academic Programs
Transportation Services
Undergraduate Studies
University Center and Special Events
University Dining
University Libraries
University Police Department
University Risk and Compliance
University Rules
University Writing Center
Utilities and Energy Services
Veteran Services
Veterinary Integrative Biosciences
Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital
Veterinary Pathobiology
Veterinary Physiology and Pharmacology
Vision 2020
Water Management and Hydraulic Science
Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences

Did you know?

  • In the United States, about 55 million people have a disability (src: 2010 U.S. Census).
  • About 1 in 5 Americans have some kind of disability (src: 2010 U.S. Census).
  • The percentage of people affected by disabilities is growing as our population ages.
  • Two popular, free screen readers are VoiceOver (Mac OS and iOS) and NVDA (Win).
  • Good accessibility practices can improve the search ranking of your website.
  • Form fields without labels can cause problems for some assistive technology users.
  • Low color contrast makes content difficult to see, especially for users with low vision.
  • Documents linked on a website need to be accessible too (e.g., PDF and Word files).
  • Audio content, like podcasts, need transcripts for deaf or hard of hearing users.
  • Online videos should be captioned for deaf or hard of hearing users.
  • Using HTML tags correctly is very important for accessibility.
  • Descriptive link text helps make a website more accessible. Avoid using "Click here" or "Read more."
  • A "screen reader" is an application that reads content aloud to a user.
  • There is no "alt tag" in HTML. "Alt" is an attribute used with the img tag.
  • HTML uses the alt attribute to provide a text description of an image.
  • Alt text should describe an image, if the purpose of the image is to convey information.
  • If an image is a link, the alt text for the image should explain where the link goes.
  • If an image is only being used for decoration, the alt text should be null (i.e., alt="").
  • If a table has headers, using header tags (<th>) will make the table more accessible.
  • An accessible website is one that can be navigated and understood by everyone.