Texas A & M University
Known as one of the leading public research institutions in the USA, Texas A & M University (TAMU) is the 7th largest university in the USA with an enrollment of 49,000-plus students. It was established in year 1876, and it is the first higher learning institution to open in the state of Texas. It is conveniently located in College Station, which is within driving distance in between some of the larger cities in the lone star state, 90 miles northwest of Houston, Dallas and Austin, and San Antonio. The initials "A & M", signify the University's early meaning Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas. Located within Brazos County, the university is a part of the Bryan-College Station urban area.
The most popular academic programs are in Business / Marketing, Agriculture, and Engineering. TAMU includes the George Bush Presidential Library on a 5,200 acre campus.
Tuition runs students about $8,176 on average and $22,606 for out-of-state residents.
An internship or summer job may provide you the supplementary funds necessary to continue your studies for the next semester or not if financial aid or a scholarship is not approved. College Works Painting Texas division offers students paid internships where they gain valuable experience and management skills not only in the college neighborhoods of the Texas A & M University, but also University of Texas at Austin, University of Texas at San Antonio, and other communities and respected neighborhoods.