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Degree: English
Graduation Year: 2016

Texas A&M University in College Station, Texas is a phenomenal institution in multiple facets. You can be certain that a degree from A&M will prepare you for any career of your choosing. The coursework is rigorous and broadens your mind past the core and major classes you will be taking. Employers recognize the high level of performance from an A&M graduate. The school is also rich in tradition, making the college tradition something unique. Once you are admitted into A&M, you are apart of the Aggie family, which is not taken lightly. The spirit and loyalty of Aggies is unmatched and I am proud to be a former student of such a wonderful university.

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Degree: Communications
Graduation Year: 2011

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.

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Degree: Biology
Graduation Year: 2015

I consider Texas A&M University home in College Station, TX. I think it is the friendliest campus in America and everyone there is so helpful when it comes to faculty and student body. The College of Science is great and is constantly growing when it comes to research opportunities. The College of Science hires professors from Ivy League colleges to carry on their research and it's great for the classroom experience because undergrads learn from the professors who have thorough knowledge of the materials being taught.

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Degree: Chemical Engineering
Graduation Year: 2009

Good school with a very friendly, welcoming atmosphere, a safe town, an abundance of available extracurricular activities, and very good programs in my major. There was a clear dedication to integrity and continual improvement. It offered me the opportunity to live in peace apart from "party school" areas, which was one of my bigger worries going into college.

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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2004

TAMU is a fantastic school for providing many degree options with top professors and researchers in nearly every field. The school is very large, so not for students looking for very small classes and an intimate environment. However, despite the large size, the university and town of College Station create a friendly and family-like environment full of traditions and positive energy. Football tradition is huge, clubs are abundant, and Greek life is available but definitely not a must in order to have fun or fit in. It is a conservative school that lacks somewhat in diversity, but for the most part there is still room for all types of people, lifestyles and opinions.

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Degree: Computer Science
Graduation Year: 2009

Great school with excellent programs and faculty. Graduating from TAMU grants you access to a lifelong brotherhood in Texas where any other Aggie will see your ring and be your instant friend. College Station is a great college town, though its a bit rural for my taste. Overall a fantastic education and fun experience.

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Degree: Business
Graduation Year: 2013

Great experience overall. Really good professors, and education great networking opportunity. Also the cheapest MBA program with great value

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Degree: Wildlife, Fish and Wildlands Science and Management
Graduation Year: 2015

Work and study hard, go to class. But have a good time and enjoy yourself. Connections are important.

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Degree: Psychology
Graduation Year: 2010

Texas A&M is an interesting and friendly place to spend your college years. It is in a small town which is quite lovely. It is a very conservative place in ideals. The campus is large and somewhat cumbersome. There are many extracurricular activities, but it is also very large and you can get lost in the numbers.

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Degree: Communication, General
Graduation Year: 2008

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.

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