Fred McClure broke ground in 1976 when he became the Texas A&M’s first Black student body president. He went on to serve three U.S. presidents and hold numerous leadership positions in the 45 years that followed.
A message from Texas A&M Student Body President Case Harris.
Multiple programs and events have been created to showcase resources available on campus.
Jeff Huskey joins the department with more than 28 years of experience managing recreation facilities and programs.
Texas A&M BUILD has been converting shipping containers into medical facilities for the last 10 years.
System Chancellor John Sharp and Texas A&M President M. Katherine Banks announced their decision to reorganize and consolidate five commercialization offices.
Now in its 20th year, a delegation from the state’s flagship universities once again shares priorities with legislators.
The team of freshman cadets dominated in nearly every category of the competition, winning three out of the five events.
Aggies from Texas A&M’s 12th Man Productions played a key role in the control room during the biggest sporting event of the year.
For the first time this year, Texas A&M’s annual campus open house offered programming specifically for 7-10th graders.