Associate Vice President for Administration and Auxiliary Services,
Texas A&M University at Galveston
Grant Shallenberger has been with Texas A&M University at Galveston since 1989. During his tenure, he has directly overseen student activities, housing, intramurals, and financial aid. As Associate Vice President for Student Affairs and Auxiliary Services, he is responsible for all of the student affairs functions, including counseling, career planning and placement, student life and residence life, as well as all of the auxiliary functions including dining services, bookstore, copy services, summer conferences, and mail services. In addition to these duties, Mr. Shallenberger assists in all facets of the division’s budgeting process.
Mr. Shallenberger earned his B.B.A. in Management from Texas A&M University in 1986 and his M.A. in Public Management from the University of Houston – Clear Lake in 1994. He is particularly proud of the following accomplishments during his tenure: the completion of a major renovation in all campus residence halls that upgraded all facilities and furnishings for campus residents, the division wide infusion of technology, the construction of the Residence Life Building and the addition of lighting to the athletic fields. He was awarded the Distinguished Staff Service Award in 1994 and the William Paul Ricker Distinguished Staff Award in 2003.
Mr. Shallenberger resides in Galveston with his wife, Sara and two children, Megan and Amanda.