- Class: Junior
- Major: Agriculture
- Gender: M
- High School: Midlothian High School
- Transfer Student: N
A&M is large, 45,000 students strong. However, it doesn't seem like that many once you get into class and learn to communicate well with students and the university as a whole. It will feel as a small town with friendly people abundant.
A&M academics are career training as well as learning. Almost all classes will outline careers and learning through the semester. There are lots of career training courses available, with opportunities to gain certifications in many fields.
A&M does tend be to politically active. I am a member of Texas A&M Republicans...and theres many other groups to join as well. Different types of students interact daily. At the same table amongst a group of friends, you'll have people who grew up thinking their high school was big with 12 graduates as well as students that graduated HS with 900+ fellow graduates. Both types of students carry different mindsets and personalities, but all get along well in the A&M environment.
The Best Things
the atmosphere. Live it, learn it, and you'll love it.
The Worst Things
Can't think of anything negative. Even geographically, A&M is centered fairly close to Houston, Austin, the coast, and many other popular attractions.