Texas A&M Reports Fall 2019 Enrollment Of 69,465 Students
Texas A&M University has a fall enrollment of 69,465 students, a slight increase of 98 students from last year.
The figures are the official 20th class day numbers that are reported to the legislature and the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board and reflect the university’s efforts to manage increasing growth.
The figures represent students enrolled in the College Station campus and branch campuses in Galveston and Doha, Qatar. The College Station campus enrollment reached 64,300 students, an increase of 174 students from a year ago.
Enrollment within the Health Science Center is 2,901, while the Galveston and Doha, Qatar branch campuses have enrolled 1,654 and 610, respectively.
Texas A&M’s enrollment remains the largest of any university in the state and one of the largest in the country.
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