Facts about the Community
Texas A&M University is located in the twin cities of Bryan and College Station, home to about 170,000 residents. Our Central Texas location offers the best of both worlds: it's small enough to offer safe and affordable living and just a short drive to three major Texas cities — Houston, Austin and Dallas. Its regional airport provides commercial flights to neighboring cities.
The Bryan/College Station community enjoys a healthy economy with strong job growth, one of the state's lowest unemployment rates and an affordable housing market. In addition to Texas A&M, both public and private elementary, intermediate and high schools and a two-year community college, provide educational options for all ages. As a regional health care hub, the area has three hospitals, numerous medical specialists and several retirement and assisted living facilities.
Bryan/College Station's temperate climate provides for recreational opportunities year around. The University is home to the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum. More than 1,200 public events are hosted through the university each year.