Landon Allemand

Outreach Admissions Counselor

Territory: Coastal Bend

                Texas Panhandle (Amarillo, Lubbock)


phone icon : 361.825.2377
   Cell: 361.857.9011
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Hometown: Conroe, Texas
Where did you go to college? Louisiana State University & Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi
What was your major? Human Resource Management
A little about me: I received my undergraduate degree from LSU in Baton Rouge, Louisiana before recently moving back to Texas to be closer to family. Although I consider Texas home, I am a “ragin’ cajun” at heart. I joined the Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi team in the Fall of 2016 upon being accepted into their M.B.A. program. I come from a very large, loving, and lively family, where you have to shout to be heard. I live to serve. I love getting to be a part of the community and students’ lives here at TAMU-CC and I look forward to seeing its growth in the coming years. Having attending both a “larger” university and TAMU-CC, I can offer you some insight on the many perks of the Island University. I hardly know a stranger, so please don’t hesitate to contact me with any questions or concerns.
Personal Quote: “Don’t ask what the world needs. Ask what makes you come alive, and go do it. Because what the world needs is people who have come alive.” – Brené Brown
Words of advice to interested students: My advice to anyone interested in applying to TAMU-CC would be to “do your homework” and wear sunscreen. Be proactive by researching the University and looking into the opportunities it can create for you. Step foot on campus. See what the hype is all about. Ask questions and don’t be shy. Everyone here (myself included) wants to see you as an Islander and fulfilling your utmost potential! Accept the help offered to you by your College & Career Counselors at school and get to know your TAMU-CC Admissions Counselor. Lastly, consider what is best for your own education. I chose Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi to pursue my graduate degree after attending a “larger” university. There is something unique about the Island University, where they’ve managed to establish multiple nationally recognized programs without letting go of their Coastal Identity (hence, “wear sunscreen”).