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About

Texas A&M opened its doors in 1876 as the state's first public institution of higher learning. Today, we stand as a research-intensive flagship university dedicated to sending Aggie leaders out into the world prepared to take on the challenges of tomorrow.

Welcome to Aggieland

Located in the heart of the Houston-Dallas-Austin triangle and within a two-hour drive of 26 million of the state’s 28 million residents, Texas A&M's main campus in College Station is home to more than 69,000 students. Another 5,200 are at the branch campuses in Galveston and Qatar and at the School of Law, Higher Education Center at McAllen, and Health Science Center locations across Texas.

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Academic Programs

With 133 undergraduate degree programs, 175 master's degree programs, 92 doctoral degree programs and 5 first professional degrees as options for study, Texas A&M is full of possibilities.

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Leadership

Texas A&M looks to lead by example in everything we do. Our aim is to set the standard as the world-class university of the future by combining knowledge, research, and innovation to create solutions that few institutions have the depth and breadth to achieve.

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Global Presence

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Hispanic Serving Institution

Texas A&M University is proud to be a Hispanic Serving Institution (HSI), as designated by the U.S. Department of Education. This milestone means at least 25 percent of our undergraduate enrollment is Hispanic-identifying. Federal HSI designation provides schools with access to additional funding to improve enrollment and graduation rates among Hispanic students. This achievement is a major step toward ensuring our educational programs are accessible to everyone and that once they're here, Hispanic students have what they need to learn, grow and graduate into rewarding careers.