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Fri, Aug 28
Last Day to Register for Fall 2015 Classes (5 p.m.)
Mon, Aug 31
First Day of Classes - Fall Semester
Fri, Sep 04
Last Day to Add/Drop Courses - Fall 2015 (5 p.m.)
Tue, Sep 15
Fall 2015 Official Census Date
Wed, Sep 30
Undergraduate Degree Plan Approval Deadline
Fri, Oct 02
Fall 2015 Graduation Deadline - No Late Fee
With 16 colleges and schools, Texas A&M is one of the most diversified and comprehensive public research universities in the nation. Pick a path to make your dream a reality: we offer more than 120 undergraduate degrees, 240 graduate degrees, and several professional degrees as options for study.
Working in our first-rate research facilities alongside our world-class faculty provides our graduate students with countless opportunities to find creative solutions and innovative breakthroughs to address the grand challenges facing the state, nation, and world.
Our university may be located in the heart of Texas, but you'll find Texas A&M researchers and students involved in projects on every continent in the world. Thousands of Aggies study abroad each year, and on campus, we enroll more than 5,000 international students from 123 different countries. We are also home to special collaborations like the Confucius Institute, Scowcroft Institute, and Borlaug Institute, and educational and outreach efforts to prepare our students for a global future.
Our five campus libraries offer the best in general and special collections, with more than 5 million volumes and 1.5 million e-books. Texas A&M University Libraries is also home to the University Writing Center, the Map & GIS Library, and a Digital Library that provides support to the scholarly activities of our faculty and students.