Texas A&M University
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About Texas A&M University

Texas A&M University, commonly referred to as Texas A&M or TAMU, is a public research university located in College Station, Texas. With over 69,000 students enrolled across its main campus and branch campuses, it is the largest university in the state of Texas. The university was founded in 1876 as the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, and has since grown to encompass 20 colleges and schools, offering over 130 undergraduate and 268 graduate degree programs. Texas A&M is recognized as a leading research institution and is a designated “Tier 1” university by the Carnegie Foundation. Its research expenditures have surpassed $1 billion and its faculty includes multiple members who have been awarded Nobel Prizes, Pulitzer Prizes, and numerous other prestigious awards. The university is also home to several centers and institutes, including the Texas A&M Transportation Institute, the Institute for Quantum Science and Engineering, and the Bush School of Government and Public Service. The Texas A&M Aggies field 20 varsity sports teams and compete in the Southeastern Conference of the NCAA Division I. The university is known for its strong military affiliations, and over 1,300 of its students are enrolled in the Corps of Cadets. Texas A&M’s official colors are maroon and white and its mascot is Reveille, a purebred collie.

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