Texas A&M University - College Station Reviews, Bachelor's in Communications
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 was an amazing experience. The school is rich with tradition and history. Although the student body is huge, joining an organization makes making friends easier and fun while helping the community. A&M has some amazing professors which want to see you succeed.
TAMU is full of tradition and, although large, can feel like a small community if you get involved in the "other education." It's extremely supportive of research and leads in many fields. It is a rural environment, but the area has everything a college student would need.
Choosing Texas A&M University was one of the best decisions of my life. I learned so much and had an amazing experience both in class and out. I gained an abundance of work experience and really got hands-on opportunities in class.
TAMU is very dedicated to tradition and prides itself on the family atmosphere it creates. It is a large university, but there is something for everyone. Once you find your niche it feels much smaller. The professors are very dedicated and leaders in their fields. Research is a top priority as well.