New Aggie News
Life is full of decisions, and you’ve already made the important one to become an Aggie. Your options in Aggieland for parking, activities, and food are almost endless, so we asked current students to share their favorites in head-to-head showdowns between some of the most popular choices. Let’s meet our brave student pickers:
| Callie Pearson ’19
|| Alexsa Hernandez ’21
||Michael Mayfield ’20
DEVRIE DUNCAN ’20
Orientation Team Leader | Public Health major
After being admitted to Texas A&M University, the New Student Conference (NSC) is the first experience all incoming Aggies participate in before starting classes. The NSC is the first experience all incoming students have toward making their time here in Aggieland the best it can be.
During the NSC, a lot of important information is given to new students and their guests. Going to all programs at your NSC are to the benefit of all students and family members. It is during these programs when valuable information about on campus services, registration, involvement, and many other important topics are discussed.
While many incoming students may choose to live on campus for the convenience of getting to class and making friends, thousands of new Aggies find their home away from home off campus. If you’re considering living off campus while attending classes at Texas A&M, here are a few tips and resources that can help streamline the process of finding and securing housing. [Read more…] about Tips for Living Off Campus in Aggieland
Beyond your New Student Conference, there are many opportunities for you to learn more about the history and traditions that encompass the Aggie spirit! Get involved through extended orientation opportunities or join a student organization to find your home in Aggieland. [Read more…] about Ways to Get Involved