About Texas A&M
With more than 66,000 students on its College Station campus, Texas A&M University is the fourth-largest university in the United States and the largest university in Texas. Texas A&M is a land-grant, sea-grant, and space-grant university that is a leading center of research and teaching. The business school, engineering programs, and agricultural programs are among the top-rated academic programs in the nation. In addition to Hillel, Texas A&M is home to more than 2000 student-led organizations.
Tradition is a huge part of Texas A&M and students are immersed in the campus traditions through Fish Camp and New Student Conferences in the summer before their freshman year.
The Corps of Cadets has a proud history at Texas A&M. Following the country’s military academies, the Corps of Cadets produces more officers for the U.S. armed forces than any other school.
Additional information about Texas A&M is available on the About Texas A&M University site.