The Texas oilman and generous supporter of Texas A&M passed away in Midland on Feb. 14.
The inaugural award honor exceptional classroom teaching that fosters meaningful learning experiences.
A Texas A&M chemistry professor officiated the wedding of two of his former students.
A total of 64,961 students are enrolled, based on 20th day class figures reported to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. Read on Texas A&M Today
Col. Gerald “Jerry” L. Smith has been recognized for his passion and dedication to veterans.
The annual event features games, arts and crafts, problem-solving skills and card tricks that are aimed at students having fun while enjoying math and numbers
The College of Liberal Arts’ Freshman Innovation Group (FIG) aims to make the “firsts” of college less daunting for first-generation students.
The special unit in the Corps of Cadets is the first group in Texas A&M's history to represent the university at the event in Mission, Texas.
The Supervised Independent Living Program provides the students with financial support, relationships with staff and accountability to ensure college success.
Silencing train horns adjacent to the College Station campus will improve quality of life for the campus community adjacent to the railroad corridor.