Texas A&M School of Public Health graduate Ariana Ince will compete in the javelin throw for the United States at the Tokyo Olympics.
The figures represent a slight decline from last year and include both summer school sessions.
Current and former Texas A&M student-athletes are representing over a dozen nations.
Entering his senior year with an article published in a major medical journal, Texas A&M business student Sunjay Letchuman is driven to improve patient experiences through healthcare policy.
Ad shoot for football season seeking 5,000 fans in Aggie gear for a Midnight Yell Practice reenactment.
The partnership will include a teaching exchange program between the two campuses.
The major became available to McAllen students in 2018.
The university's partnership with CLC has contributed to numerous local and national brand experiences such as military appreciation initiatives.
The new website, designed by Texas A&M's Division Of IT, provides custom guidance for students.
Thousands of Aggies and their families will attend over 15 reunions this fall and spring.