Official Texas A&M University catalogs are provided online at
The Texas A&M University undergraduate and graduate and professional catalogs provide information about the academic programs and courses offered by Texas A&M University, Texas A&M University at Galveston and Texas A&M University at Qatar to students, prospective students, faculty and staff. Included is information concerning admissions, academic regulations and requirements, services available to students, academic offerings and a list of the administrative officers and faculty of the respective campuses. While every effort is made to make the catalogs as complete and accurate as possible, changes may occur at any time in requirements, deadlines, fees, curricula and courses listed in the catalogs.

Catalogs are produced annually and contain updates to programs and courses as approved through official University and state approval channels and are reported to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board as part of Texas A&M’s academic inventory. 
Catalogs are published online each May.

2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog and Graduate and Professional Catalog Production Schedule*

  • University catalogs will be available for updates online early September 2021 through mid-March 2022.
  • Catalogs will be published online in early May.

Please look for communication via Distribution A regarding the University catalogs.

* Dates are subject to change.

Texas A&M University catalogs are housed and updated through a proprietary online workflow system created by Leepfrog Technologies® entitled CourseLeaf CAT. To obtain access to update catalog pages, permission must be obtained by the leadership in your office, department or college. Please see below.

General Information Access

To provide changes to existing catalog workflow paths, or submit names for staff to obtain catalog updating access for the general information sections in catalogs (Admissions, Student Services, Fees, etc.), please complete the following form:
Note: If your changes impact users in approving roles in the Curricular Approval Request System (CARS), please make sure to update them as well. View the CARS college contacts here.

Academic Department and College Access

To provide changes to existing catalog workflow paths, or submit new names of employees to obtain catalog access to edit department or college Overview Tab information, you must coordinate this change through your College Dean’s Office contact, as listed below. Individual forms are no longer necessary.


Contacts for College (CAT)

Workflow Updates

Agriculture and Life Sciences Jamie Norgaard
Architecture Loretta Mendez
Business Leslie Seipp
Dentistry Kim Luttman
Education and Human Development Melanie Robideau
Engineering Bonnie Bustos-Rios
Geosciences Roxanna Russell
Government and Public Service Christina Storey
Law Michele Dunn
Liberal Arts Sarah Franke
Medicine Johna Wright
Nursing Todd Stricherz
Pharmacy Maria Jaramillo-Gonzalez
Public Health Rick Danko
Science Sara Thigpin
Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences Kathie Smith
Galveston Campus Donna Lang
Qatar Campus Jon Buchanan

General Information

All general information in the catalogs may be updated when the catalogs go live for edits in September. This includes the information contained in the first sections of the catalogs concerning admission, financial aid, tuition and fees, student services, etc.

Academic Information

Program narratives in the Overview Tab may be updated in
Degree information contained in the catalogs’ Program or Additional Requirements Tabs is imported from the Curricular Approval Request System (CARS) and may not be edited through the site

Academic information in the University’s catalogs must be submitted through CARS by the deadline. Please visit our website for more information or email
Course information contained in the catalogs is imported from COMPASS and may not be edited through the site

Course information in the University’s catalogs must be submitted through CARS by the deadline. Please visit our website for more information or email
Faculty information is provided by the Dean of Faculties Office in a single, static file for upload before the catalogs are published; therefore, entries cannot be edited through the catalog site
Search “CourseLeaf” Through TrainTraq’s Course Catalog Tab, or click below for training options:

One-on-One Training
Please submit an email to to schedule one-on-one training via Zoom.

Online Training
Step One
TAMU CourseLeaf Catalog General Overview Training (2113558)
Step Two

TAMU CourseLeaf Catalog Page Owner Training (2113559)
TAMU CourseLeaf Catalog Page Approver Training (2113557)

If you take the online training, do not forget to download the quick guide provided. It will help remind you of the steps needed to complete your catalog edits.
Electronic archives of past catalogs are housed at Please note that since the University no longer offers printed catalogs, each link provides printable information for anyone to access.
Copies of courses and programs from past catalogs not found in the electronic archives are available to the public through the Request Information from Older Catalogs Form
A complete hardcopy set of archived University catalogs is maintained in the Office of the Registrar and is accessible for review by appointment for anyone who is interested.  These official University documents are not available for check out; however, photocopies may be requested of specific content.  Select printed catalogs are available for check out through the Cushing Library.

If you have any questions, please contact us at or (979) 845-8201.