About Texas A&M University

As the first public institution of higher learning in the state, Texas A&M University sits on more than 5,200 acres in College Station. As one of the largest colleges in the country, Texas A&M is home to more than 60,000 students.

Situated in the center of College Station, Texas, the main campus is 90 miles from Houston, 2 hours from Austin, and 3 hours from Dallas and San Antonio. Students from all over the world become Aggies for the excellent educational and athletic opportunities. The University is a designated land, sea and space-grant institution, reflecting a range of research with ongoing projects funded by agencies such as the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) and the Office of Naval Research. Founded in 1876, Texas A&M is the fourth-largest university in the United States and the largest university in Texas.

Sporting Events at Texas A&M

The athletics program at Texas A&M is rich in both tradition and history, dating back to when the school was first founded in 1871. Become a part of history yourself when you cheer on the Aggies and join them in the tradition of the 12th Man. You'll soon see why Sports Illustrated has named Texas A&M the top gameday environment in college football.

The recently renovated Kyle Field conveys the rich history of Texas A&M through bold architecture and functionality with ample parking for dedicated fans to show their Aggie spirit via tailgating and other game day festivities. The stunning 36-acre site was developed around the bevy of unique Texas A&M traditions, including the corps march that begins on campus and passes down Houston Street before each game begins.

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