Texas A & M University-College Station Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (49)
I loved attending Texas A&M University. There were so many opportunities to get involved on campus and this helped transition me into college and gave me the support to face all of my challenges during college. The classes are difficult but I saw that as preparing me better for my future. You earn your degree here and it is 100% worth it. You will have fun and learn a lot! The culture and traditions were my favorite part. Some teachers were helpful, and some that were not so helpful but I read the books for my classes and they were usually enough to get me through the more difficult classes. There are lots of tutoring facilities available as well! The campus is big, I would invest in a bike to save some time but the bus system can get you everywhere as well! The longest walk i have had to make was 25 minutes. There are lots of food places around too! Overall great experience and I know that I will be able to find a job due to the amazing network that being an Aggie provides.
Texas A&M provided an extremely welcoming environment in which to complete undergraduate work. I felt at home from the very beginning, and I enjoyed living on campus. The classes and professors provide a challenging, high quality education for all students.
Texas A&M University is one-of-a-kind. The classes truly prepared me for my career, the professors were professional, understanding, and approachable, the campus is amazing, and the student population is friendly. While many universities can attest to having those attributes as well, Texas A&M is one-of-a-kind because of the atmosphere. The sense of camaraderie among the student body is unlike anything I've ever experienced.
I would highly recommend Texas A&M at College Station and my degree program in Kinesiology. I began in General Studies at the Texas A&M campus in Galveston, and transferred majors as well as campuses. Both campuses had excellent instructors and staff. I concluded my last two year with a job as a fitness trainer at the Recreation Center, working with an amazing staff and for a very inspiring director. My director is the person the influenced me to continue my education to obtain my Graduate Degree in Exercise Science so that I may pursue a career in teaching at the college level.
Texas A&M University is overall just a great place to be. The academics are challenging, but preparatory for future endeavors such as a career or graduate school (like me). All of the professors I have had seemed to genuinely care about their students and their ability to succeed despite the large class sizes. Their is an abundance of classes to choose from, so it is easy to pursue your interests. Student life is great as well. There are hundreds of student organizations that make it easy to make friends. We have some of the best athletic teams in the country. So many services are provided to students including a well-equipped health center, recreation center, plenty of food options, financial services, career counseling, writing center, free tutoring, and much much more. I think one of the best elements of Texas A&M, however, is the student body. Once you are a part of the Aggie family, you are truly part of a family. People are quick to help out other Aggies, and the Aggie network is incredibly strong.
Texas A&M University has prepared me for a future career. This school has amazing traditions that will impact you for a lifetime. The opportunities they give their students is truly incredible. The quality of education you get at this university is one that will promote any future endeavors.
The Psychology department at Texas A&M University is a close, diverse family. The faculty are excellent teachers who truly care to that their students become successful psychologists. They do an excellent job of exploring the diverse applications of psychology, often merging with other fields (such as neurology, behavioral sciences, systems engineering, linguistics, counseling, etc.) for the sake of learning. Due to the diverse interests (whether applied or research based) and the small department size, extracurricular opportunities are numerous and relatively easy to get involved in. Your time at A&M can truly be as engaging and rewarding as you choose to make it.
Texas A&M University does a great job in helping students be placed in the careers of their choice. Because of the high profile name, Texas A&M is a premier destination for employers looking for qualified employees. The university has a beautiful campus and every professor that I ever had has been extremely helpful.
Honestly, the history department here is small and intimate. It is what you make the most of it. If you wan to pursue a career in history then this is a great place to go. The history professors and history advisers are more than willing to help you with what you want to pursue in life. It is a wonderful opportunity, especially for those who want to get a general history degree and explore all over the world and not just focus on one concentration.
I loved it the study abroad program. It enhanced my experience and opened my eyes to other possibilities. I also loved the professors and commeradery of the school. I followed in my father's footprints and my siblings followed me. Now my daughter is a senior at A&M.