Impressions Of
Texas A&M University

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Reasons to attend and to not attend Texas A&M University

To Attend

  • “There’s a lot of options with degrees, minors, and certificate options.”
  • “We have a lot of school spirit and traditions. We honor Aggies that have passed away every year through Muster.”
  • “We have a lot of organizations so you’re bound to find something you like and find people you vibe with.”
  • “It’s cheap compared to a lot of other schools so there is a lot of value to the degree you get.” [Total costs for in-state students for 2019-2020 is about $28,792.]
  • “College Station is a small town and the cost of living is cheap.”
  • “The campus is huge so there are lots of resources here. There’s never someone that can’t help you.”

To Not Attend

  • “If you’re not comfortable going to a big school.”
  • “If you’re concerned with religion, A&M has a lot of Christian based organizations.”
  • “We have a small minority population.” [The undergraduate population is about 60%White, 3% Black, 24% Hispanic, and 8% Asian.]
  • “The campus is pretty vast and it can work against you sometimes. It can be hard to get to the middle of campus or the edges.”
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January 31, 2023

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