Seventy-four student organizations were awarded more than $249,000 for the spring 2023 semester.
In one of Texas A&M University’s oldest traditions, recently deceased Aggies will be honored in a solemn ceremony.
The newly-opened facility on West Campus holds five floors of labs, studios and collaborative study spaces, as well as a host of unique decorations inspired by the chemical building blocks of our world.
All five faculty members are from the recently established Texas A&M University College of Arts and Sciences.
Organizations and units across campus have planned events to help Aggies recognize the contributions of Black Americans.
The daughter of Martin Luther King Jr. came to campus to speak about her faith, her father and her hopes for the next generation of social justice advocates.
The office will collaborate with units across the university to strengthen and support youth programming.
Listener support helps fund radio programming from the Texas A&M campus.
The annual open-house event will feature new experiences at Aggie Park, plus a performance by the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band.
Texas A&M is No. 4 nationally in online bachelor’s programs overall and Top 10 in online graduate education across several disciplines.