Texas A&M University Facts
There is a lot to learn about Texas A&M University, and you can start here, with an overview of our student population, rankings, statistics and more. Explore a compilation of some important numbers and facts to get a better picture of our university.
At a Glance
Texas A&M is one of the largest public universities in the nation, and one of the few to have land-, sea- and space-grant designations. We are also the main university of The Texas A&M University System and a member of the Association of American Universities.
|Enrollment (All Campuses)
|Graduate and Professional Enrollment
|College Station Campus
|Branch Campuses (Galveston and Qatar)
|Health Science Center
Rankings and Recognitions
At Texas A&M, you have many paths to choose from to prepare for your future. Our degree programs will give you a broad educational foundation that you can build off of to pursue a graduate degree or an exciting career.Explore Our Programs
Undergraduate degree programs
Master's degree programs
Doctoral degree programs
Professional degree programs
574,000+ Former Students
Once an Aggie, always an Aggie. We consider all students who attended the university — whether they graduated or not — former students. Our former students automatically become part of our expansive Aggie Network, which connects Aggies around the world.
We offer many ways for you to get involved, serve others and meet new people while you’re here in Aggieland. Whether your interests are academic, recreational or social, we have a group for you.Explore Student Organizations and Activities
The Corps of Cadets started the 2023-24 academic year with more than 2,300 cadets, making the Corps the largest and oldest student organization on campus.
Texas A&M maintains more than 1,300 student organizations.
Our distinguished faculty are in the classroom and laboratory every day preparing the next generation of leaders and pursuing life-changing research discoveries.Find a Faculty Expert
Faculty who are National Academy members
Faculty who earned a Nobel Prize
Faculty who earned a Wolf Prize
First in Texas
First Public Institution of Higher Education in Texas
The Texas Legislature established the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas, the first public university in Texas, on April 17, 1871. Classes began in 1876.
First in Texas to Spend $1 Billion on Research
Texas A&M became the first university in Texas to surpass $1 billion in total research expenditures when it spent $1.131 billion in fiscal year 2020. Our university spent $1.153 billion on research in fiscal year 2022.