Single Sign On
Single Sign On is the employee portal of the Texas A&M University System where all faculty and staff can manage career information, time and travel requests, tax documents, required employee training and direct business purchases from approved vendors.
Texas A&M AgriLife Administrative Services is comprised of AgriLife Fiscal, AgriLife Human Resources, AgriLife Risk and Compliance, and AgriLife Support Services. assisting in the development and management of grants, management of the funds entrusted to the various components of AgriLife, hiring employees and assisting them with their benefits, coordinating purchases, fleet management, and inventory of assets.
USDA-NIFA Capacity Funding
Research scientists at land-grant institutions in the U.S., including Texas A&M AgriLife Research, are eligible to compete for capacity grants through the U.S. Department of Agriculture National Institute of Food and Agriculture, USDA-NIFA. AgriLife Research faculty qualify for three types of capacity grant: Hatch, Hatch-multistate, McIntire-Stennis, and Animal Health and Disease Research.