MS Non-Thesis students
979.458.9969 • DCooper@cvm.tamu.edu
Dee began her career at Texas A&M University in 2009 in the Office of Graduate & Professional Studies (OGAPS) where she supported graduate students by processing documents relating to university-level requirements associated graduate degrees. In that role, she developed a passion for helping students navigate the logistical pieces of their graduate educational experience. This led her to join the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences in 2015 as a graduate academic advisor.
Today, Dee is part of an advising team that supports the college’s graduate student population. She brings her extensive knowledge of OGAPS processes and requirements to her role and guides our graduate students and their faculty mentors through the logistics of university requirements and milestones. Dee is also the primary staff academic advisor for MS Non-Thesis students, a student population that is close to her heart. She helps these students meet programmatic and university milestones and deadlines, assists with class registration, and connects them with college and university resources.
Dee is a mother to a herd of boys, and a grandmother. In the evenings and on weekends, you are likely to find her wearing a sparkly shirt and cheering for her son, AJ, during middle school football and track Dee is also a proud mother to her tiniest baby, Chazie – a Chinese Crested Chihuahua mix, whom she rescued.