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Texas A&M research

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By: Sean Zuniga Location: Mascot: Map: -Texas A&M was established in October, 4 1876 as an Agricultural and Mechanical College of Texas.

Did you know?
-In the begin "A" and "M" were just initials of Agricultural and Mechanical. Later on in 1963 "A&M" became part of the official name standing for nothing. -Texas A&M Mascot is a full blood collie named Reveille VIII. She is very popular and can usually be seen around the campus. Year Established: Judson Early College Academy
8230 Palisades Dr
San Antonio, TX 78148
1. Head northeast on Palisades Dr toward College Way (0.3 mi)
2. Turn right onto Converse Rd (0.6 mi)
3. Sharp left onto Coronado Blvd (0.2 mi)
4. Take the TX-1604 Loop N ramp on the left (0.1 mi)
5. Merge onto TX-1604 Loop/Charles W Anderson Loop (1.0 mi)
6. Take the exit toward Austin (0.9 mi)
7. Merge onto I-35 N (32.9 mi)
8. Take exit 205 toward Farm to Market Rd 12 W/TX-80 E/Wimberley/Luling (0.1 mi)
9. Merge onto N Interstate 35 Frontage Rd (0.3 mi)
10. Turn right onto TX-80 S (0.8 mi)
11. Take the TX-21 E ramp to Bastrop (0.2 mi)
12. Turn left onto TX-21 E/Camino Rd
Continue to follow TX-21 E (34.7 mi)
13. Slight right toward TX-21 E/TX-71 E (0.2 mi)
14. Take the Texas 71 E/Texas 21 E ramp (0.1 mi)
15. Merge onto TX-21 E/TX-71 E (1.7 mi)
16. Continue onto Texas 71 Service Rd E (1.6 mi)
17. Take the ramp on the left onto TX-71 E (3.0 mi)
18. Turn left onto TX-21 E/TX-95 N (0.3 mi)
19. Turn right onto TX-21 E/Chestnut St
Continue to follow TX-21 E (66.1 mi)
20. Slight right onto TX-47 S (7.2 mi)
21. Continue onto Raymond Stotzer Pkwy (0.8 mi)
22. Slight left to stay on Raymond Stotzer Pkwy (1.5 mi)
23. Take the Farm to Market Rd 2154 ramp (390 ft)
24. Turn left onto Wellborn Rd (0.5 mi)
25. Turn left onto Joe Routt Blvd (0.2 mi)
Texas A&M University
College Station, TX 77840 Directions: Texas A&M University Mission Statement: -Texas A&M University is dedicated to the discovery, development, communication, and application.
-Its mission of providing the highest quality undergraduate and graduate programs.
-Its mission of developing new understandings through research and creativity.
-Prepares students to assume roles in leadership, responsibility, and service to society. Deadlines: -When to Apply as a Domestic Freshman:

Application Term: Application Opening: Application Closing:

-Spring 2014 -August 1, 2013 -October 15,2013
-Summer/Fall 2014 -August 1, 2013 -December 1, 2013 -When to Apply as a International Freshman:

Application Term: Application Opening: Application Closing:

-Spring 2014 -April 1, 2013 -August 1,2013
-Summer/Fall 2014 -August 1, 2013 -December 1, 2013 Early action and priority: -When you apply early you have a better chance of getting the class you want.
-Priorities your work and invest time into it.
-Be sure to paint a clear picture with all your applications. Required Documents/Applications: -Official Transcript
-Essay Topics
-SAT or ACT Score
-Proof of Vaccination
-Document ID Sheet (which can be found on the Texas A&M Website) http://admissions.tamu.edu/freshmen/gettingin/reqDocuments/default.aspx Sports: Men Sports: Women Sports -Baseball
-Basketball
-Football
-Golf
-Swimming & Diving
-Tennis
-Track & Field/Cross Country -Basketball
-Equestrian
-Golf
-Soccer
-Softball
-Swimming and Diving
-Tennis
-Track & Field/Cross Country
-Volleyball Extra Curricular: Academic Clubs and Associations:
-Business Student Council
-Women in Engineering, Science and Technology
Campus Media:
-The Battalion newspaper
-Aggielyearbook
Greek Life:
-Interfraternity Council
-Collegiate Panhellenic Council
-Multicultural Greek Council
-National Pan-Hellenic Council
Orientation Organizations:
-Aggie Orientation Leader Program
-Fish Camp
-I-Camp There are over 800 student organizations on campus, so there is something for everyone. Here are some of them. Multicultural Organizations:
-Committee for the Awareness of Mexican American Culture (CAMAC)
-ExCEL (Excellence Uniting Culture, Education and Leadership)
-PHILSA-Philippine Students' Association-Southwestern Black Student Leadership Conference
Performance Groups:
-Aggie Wranglers
-Ballet Folklorico Celestrial
-Percussion Studio
-Singing Cadets
Religious Organizations:
-Aggie Sisters for Christ
-Interfaith Dialogue Student Association
-Muslim Student's Association Financial Info: Resident:

176.55


72.50


106.00


237.70


100.00


695.75 Non-Resident:

727.55


72.50


106.00


237.70


100.00


1,043.75 Tuition: Health Center Fee: REC Sport Center Fee: University Advancement Fee: Student Center Complex Fee: One Semester: Resident:

353.10


72.50


106.00


318.65


100.00


950.25 Non-Resident:

1,055.10


72.50


106.00


318.65


100.00


1,652.25 Tuition: Health Center Fee: REC Sport Center Fee: University Advancement Fee: Student Center Complex Fee: Financial Cont. Two Semesters: Three Semesters: Financial Cont. Resident:

529.65


72.50


106.00


399.60


100.00


1,207.25 Tuition: REC Sport Center Fee: Student Center Complex Fee: Health Center Fee: Non-Resident:

1,582.65


72.50


106.00


399.60


100.00


2,260.75 University
Advancement
Fee: Four Semesters: Tuition: Health Center Fee: Rec Sports Center Fee: University Advancement Fee: Student Center Complex Fee: Resident:

706.20


72.50


106.00


480.55


100.00


1,465.25 Non-Resident:

2,110.20


72.50


106.00


480.55


100.00


2,869.25 Financial Cont. Total: Total: Total: Total: Five Semesters: Financial Cont. Tuition: Health Center Fee: Rec Sports Center Fee: University Advancement Fee: Student Center Complex Fee: Resident:

882.75


72.50


106.00


561.50


100.00


1,722.75 Non-Resident:

2,637.75


72.50


106.00


561.50


100.00


3,477.75 Total: Financial Help/Aid: Quick Fact:
About 71% of the students that attended Texas A&M use some sort of Financial assistance. Grants: (a some of money given by an organization)
-Federal Pell Grant
-Texas Public Education Grant (TPEG)
-TEACH Grant
-TEXAS Grant
-Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant (FSEOG)
-International TPEG
-Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) Higher Education Grant Loans: (a some of money that is borrowed and is expected to be paid back)
-Federal William D. Ford (Direct) Loans (Subsidized & Unsubsidized)
-Federal William D. Ford (Direct) PLUS Loan
-Federal William D. Ford (Direct) Graduate PLUS Loan
-Federal Perkins Loans
-Texas B-On-Time Loan
-Short-Term Loans
-Emergency Tuition & Fees Loan
-Alternative Loans
-Disbursement Dates
-Processing Steps for your Direct Subsidized and Unsubsidized Loan Majors/Minors:
-Architecture:



-Geosciences:



-Business School: Majors:
-Construction Science -Environmental Design
-Landscape Architecture -University Studies
-Urban and Regional Sciences -Visualization Majors:
-Environmental Geoscience -Environmental Studies
-Geography -Geology
-Geophysics -Meteorology
-University Studies Minors:
-Earth Sciences -Geography
-Geoinformatics -Geology
-Geophysics -Meteorology
-Oceanography Majors:
-Agribusiness -Business Administration
-Accounting -Finance
-Information and Operations Management -Supply Chain Management
-Management -Marketing
-University Studies Minors:
-Art and Architectural History
-Global Art, Design and Construction
-Urban and Regional Planning Minor:
-Business Majors/Minors Cont: -Liberal Arts: Majors:
-Anthropology -Classics
-Communication -Economics
-English -French
-German -History
-International Studies -Music *
-Philosophy -Political Science
-Psychology -Russian
-Sociology -Spanish
-Telecommunication Media Studies -Theatre Arts
-University Studies -Women's and Gender Studies Minors:
-Africana Studies -Anthropology
-Asian Studies -Classical Studies
-Communication -Comparative Cultural Studies-International
-Comparative Cultural Studies-United States -Economics
-English -Film Studies
-French -German
-Hispanic Studies -History
-Italian -Journalism Studies
-Music -Philosophy
-Psychology -Religious Studies
-Russian -Sociology
-Spanish -Theatre Arts
-Women's and Gender Studies -Education and Human Development: Majors:
-Health (Health Education K-12) EDHLB -Health (Allied Health) EDHLB
-Health (Community Health) EDHLB

-Kinesiology (Dance Science) EDKIB -Kinesiology (Applied Exercise Physiology) EDKIB
-Kinesiology (Basic Exercise Physiology) EDKIB -Kinesiology (Motor Behavior) EDKIB
-Kinesiology (Physical Education K-12) EDKIB

-Interdisciplinary Studies (Elementary Education EC-6) EDIS (See note)B
-Interdisciplinary Studies (4-8 Math/Science) EDIS (See note)B
-Interdisciplinary Studies (4-8 Language Arts/Social Studies) EDIS (See note)B
-Interdisciplinary Studies (Bilingual Education EC-6) INSTB
-Interdisciplinary Studies (Special Education EC-12) INSTB

-Sport Management EDSM B -Sport Management EDSM B

-Human Resource Development HRDLB -Technology Management TCMLB

-University Studies - Dance USEHB Minors:
-Coaching -Creative Studies
-Dance -Human Resource Development
-Applied Learning – Science/Tech/Engr/Math (STEM) -Sport Management Majors/Minors Cont. Majors/Minors Cont: Majors:
-Applied Mathematical Sciences -Biology
-Chemistry -Mathematics
-Microbiology -Molecular and Cell Biology
-Physics -University Studies
-Zoology Minors:
-Biology -Chemistry
-Mathematics -Neuroscience
-Physics -Statistics Majors:
-Aerospace Engineering -Biological and Agricultural Engineering
-Biomedical Engineering -Chemical Engineering
-Computer Engineering - Computer Science Track
-Computer Engineering - Electrical Engineering
-Track-Computer Science -Electrical Engineering
-Engineering Technology -Industrial Distribution
-Industrial Engineering -Mechanical Engineering
-Nuclear Engineering -Ocean Engineering
-Petroleum Engineering -Radiological Health Engineering
-University Studies -Civil Engineering Minors:
-Aerospace Engineering-Computer Science
-Electrical Engineering
-Nuclear Engineering
-Petroleum Engineering
-Radiological Health Engineering -Science:



-Engineering:





-Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical
Sciences: Majors:
-Biomedical Science
-University Studies
-Pre-Vet Degrees Offered: -Bachelor
-Masters
-Doctoral -In-Absentia Registration
A student who will spend a semester or summer term away from the College Station campus, but must enroll due to the continuous registration policy, may be eligible to register in-absentia. Students registered in-absentia are not charged certain fees since they are not in residence to access or use those campus services.

-Letter of Completion
Students who clear and need a statement from the university certifying completion, before the diploma will be received, may request a Letter of Completion from OGS.

-Missing Graduate Deadlines
Sometimes things do not work out as planned and graduate deadlines are missed. In the event a student is registered for graduation, but then misses a deadline and will not graduate until the following semester, there are two important issues to keep in mind.
First, one must cancel the application for the degree using the Graduation Cancellation Form. Second, if the thesis is clears before the add/drop deadline of the semester in which the student will graduate, registration in that semester will not be required.

-Travel Outside the U.S.
Students traveling outside the U.S. for any reason related to the university (e.g. conference attendance or presentation, research site visit, etc.) must submit online emergency notification information through Study Abroad Programs, even though that travel may not be study abroad per se. -Applying for Graduation:
Students will complete their degree at the end of the semester, and have met all graduate deadlines, must submit an application for the degree and diploma fee online. Keep in mind that there is a deadline each semester to apply for the degree.

-Attendance:
Attendance is mandatory, regardless of whether or not a student is registered in.

-Continuous Registration:
Students who have completed all course work on their degree plan, are required to register each semester and 10-week summer term until all degree requirements have been completed. Students may register for as little as one hour, to full-time enrollment.

-Full-Time Enrollment:
Full-time enrollment is defined as 9 hours in Fall or Spring semester and 6 hours in any combination of Summer terms. Academic Policy: “An Aggie does not lie, cheat, or steal or tolerate those who do.” Aggie Honor Code: The most common form of academic dishonesty is plagiarism. At Texas A&M University, students who plagiarize can be expelled from the university. If you are expelled, you cannot re-enter and you cannot get a degree.
Avoiding Plagiarism
If your paper contains information from other published work, including work published on the Internet, you must give proper recognition to the original author. Race/Ethnicity: 94%-Hispanic/Latino
2%-White
2%-Non-Resident Alien Men/Women Sat/Act Scores: SAT Critical Reading:
390-490
SAT Math:
430-510
SAT Writing:
380-480 Act Composite:
16-20
Act Math:
23-30
Act English:
24-29 57%-Women
43%-Men Most people are around 21-22 year of age Work Cited: -Texas A&M University. Texas University College Station Texas 77834, 2013. Web. 19 March 2013.
<http://www.tamu.edu/index.html>

-The College Board. 2012. Web. 26 November 2012. <http://www.collegeboard.org/> Work cited Pictures: -Google Search. Google. 2013. Web. 19 March 2013. <http://Google.com/>

-Aggies Athletic. Texas A&M University. 2013. Web. 19 March 2013.
<http://www.aggieathletics.com/> The End Transfer? Yes, most of the course you take at JECA will transfer and a few will not like Kinesiology will not.
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