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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2014

Texas A&M's mission is to mold individuals to think differently, to create passionately and to contribute positive, innovative ideals into the world. They also guide and mentor students to engage in their learning in a professional manner, preparing them not only for the academic environment, but the professional world as well. No matter how big the student body grows I always feel safe and welcoming on campus. There may not be as many howdys thrown around but if you are in need of assistance you will not have to search long to find it. There is a mutual respect and sense of safety among everyone present on campus. I think a perfect example is the Aggie human wall that students and staff formed to protect a family of a fallen solider against protesters. This showed that no matter what their personal beliefs were, it was all set aside to help stop an obvious wrong doing. I cherish the sense of tradition the school still holds true to. Through all the traditions at the games, to not walking on the grass or removing your hat in the MSC, it all stems from respect. The campus stands for the good virtues that seem to have been lost on the modern world. It is a safe haven for all the negativity and chaos in the world and although no institution is perfect I think overall Texas A&M embodies what it means to have good, true values. No matter how far I travel I know I will always find a home in Aggieland. Thanks and Gigem.

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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2014

Texas A&M's mission is to mold individuals to think differently, to create passionately and to contribute positive, innovative ideals into the world. They also guide and mentor students to engage in their learning in a professional manner, preparing them not only for the academic environment, but the professional world as well.

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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2008

This program was very rigorous and rewarding. You must be structured and organized. Keep your books - they are a great reference in the future for business leaders. I feel that this program helped me tremendously prepare for my experiences in the business world by far. I would highly recommend this program to prospective business students!

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Degree: Statistics
Graduation Year: 2018

Do NOT because associated with this institution under any circumstance. They will literally take your money and provide you nothing in return. My main issue with the institution stems from my experience with their "Student Business Services" which is essentially a collections team.

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Degree: Allied Health
Graduation Year: 2017

I enjoyed my time at A&M. It is a huge school, so it can be easy to get lost in the crowd. However, once you find your community of people that you can relate to and do life with, it will feel homier. There are many colleges and departments on campus for many different degree tracks, so there's definitely something for everyone. The school has a good reputation overall, but especially in Engineering and Business. The Aggie Network is quite large, so wherever you find yourself in life, you're bound to bump into a few Aggies.

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Degree: Engineering
Graduation Year: 2017

Attending Texas A&M University has certainly been one of the best choices in my life. The facilities, faculty, and resources offered to students were outstanding. In addition, the student culture of the university is so welcoming to every student. There was never a time when I felt I did not belong. The Aggie family is real, and it is something amazing to experience.

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Degree: Mathematics
Graduation Year: 2015

Texas A&M has the best supporting staff a college student needs. They not only helped me with my financial aid, but also offered me a job position in the Dean's Office - College of Science. I was able to create lasting relationships with my peers and mentors!

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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2015

Everything about Texas A&M University is special. From the professors, student body, traditions and student organizations, everyone makes you feel at home. No matter where you come from or where you see your future, you'll fit in here. The culture at Texas A&M is something you don't understand until you experience it for yourself. Now that I've graduated from Texas A&M, I love to run into former Aggies around town. Seeing someone else wear their Aggie ring with pride is the greatest feeling ever! Gig 'Em!

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Degree: Kinesiology and Exercise Science
Graduation Year: 2015

Texas A&M University is a one-in-a-million university. The school is rich in tradition and student life. I am more than satisfied with the education and experiences I had there. You immediately begin to feel a part of something bigger than yourself. You can join any club you want and you will meet a variety of people. I have met some of my best friends there. If you are into sports, this is the school for you. There is something for everyone here. When you graduate, you become a part of one of the largest alumni for any school. You are instantly recognized by your Aggie ring. We Aggies take care of each other. Once an Aggie, always an Aggie.

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Degree: Kinesiology and Exercise Science
Graduation Year: 2017

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.

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