College Station is a planned community and city located in Brazos County, Texas. The town, often referred to as "Aggieland" is home Texas A&M University where the George Bush Presidential Library Complex, is based. The library and museum contains artifacts and archives from Bush's political career. Additionally, within the building are the Bush School of Government and Public Service and the International Center.
College Station Universities and Colleges
College Station is home to Texas A & M University, and Blinn, a 2-year community college.
Based on the 2000 United States Census, College Station is in 7th place nationwide, amongst cities with populations of a minimum of 100,000, for having the best percentage of people of 25 years of age or more, who find themselves with doctoral degrees, with 3,589 residents stating such academic attainment.
Things to do in College Station include: Brazos Valley Museum, Wolf Pen Creek District, The George H. W. Bush Presidential Library, Kyle Field, Reed Arena, Skydive at Coulter Field, C & J Bar-B-Que Market, are all worthwhile visits.
Neighborhoods in College Station