Clinic for Advanced Literacy Studies

Texas A&M College of Education and Human Development

About the Clinic

The Texas A&M Clinic for Advanced Literacy Studies is housed in the Department of Teaching, Learning, and Culture. Historically, the TAMU Reading Clinic began providing services in 2001, and has served K-12 aspiring readers from the community and beyond in both its on-campus location and virtually. The Clinic will be operating in person and virtually (via Zoom) in 2021. It is supported by trained pre-service Aggie teachers and Aggie graduate students, who are overseen and guided by University faculty and staff.

Clinic Benefits

Research to Practice

The Texas A&M University Clinic for Advanced Literacy Studies assists children with their literary development by using evidence-based practices to provide them with the help they deserve.

Accessibility

Tutoring is available (both virtually and in-person) throughout the day and after school. We can accommodate schedules for homeschooled students, virtual learning students, and students following a traditional in-person school day schedule.

Family Involvement

Opportunities for sessions with families promotes literacy for the whole family and enhances literacy opportunities for the home environment.