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| As of college experience, A&M is great if you are a white chrisitan who is super conservative and stupid enough to belive in the hpyed "Aggie Spirit". Aggie Spirit is simply a joke, I believe any rational human should recognize that, but few people openly talk about how ridiculous traditions are because that's not socially acceptable! |
I haven't figured out why I should hate UT that much. I'm not a longhorn fan but UT doesn't bother me. Let's talk about aggie football, everyone is supposed to watch aggie football, tickets are overpriced, parking on gameday is tough. I hate football gamedays.
However,even though my experience is negative, your experience will be positive if you are white,christian,republican...
I came to A&M because the engineering is said to be high ranking. The ranking is high for a reason, there are a ton of engineering professors who have done outstanding research. But education quality is just another story. Professors are more interested in their research than your educaiton. The faculty/student ratio is way to small that professors don't have time to pay attention to individuals. In A&M, you end up teaching yourself. But this is pretty much accurate with other public colleges, so the education in A&M is decent(neutral).
College Station is a small city but decent. It boils down to your personal preference.
|May 03 2013|| 4th Year Male --
Class 2011 |
| This university is very friendly, and it is very easy to approach people and make friends. This school prides itself on the tradition of being friendly, and that tradition has spread all over college station/bryan. The perks of living in a friendly college town such as college station are awesome! The only negatives I can say is some people take tradition way too far and spend too much time brainwashing themselves. |
|Dec 16 2012|| 1st Year Male --
Class 2016 |
| Transferred here after my freshman year and have never regretted my decision! Such a wonderful school where everyone is welcoming. There are tons of opportunities to get involved and everyone shares the enthusiasm and pride for Texas A&M University. We're a big Aggie family focused on our education, making life long friends and keeping traditions. |
|Aug 12 2012|| 2nd Year Female --
Class 2014 |