Student Life

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How to live with roommates

With the new and exciting experiences of college, one of the most intimidating is moving out of your home to a place near or on campus, and more dauntingly, living with strangers. On-campus dorms and apartments and off-campus houses, apartments and townhomes are the most popular living accommodations for Texas A&M students. With this, one is almost guaranteed to be sharing their space with another...

Students suggest considerations for off-campus houses, apartments

Shelter is the third most important need, according to Maslow’s hierarchy, and since Texas A&M does not provide enough on-campus housing for even the entire freshman population, many students find shelter in off-campus apartments and houses. When it comes to off-campus housing in the Bryan-College Station area, students don’t always get what they paid for. With so many factors to consider, such...

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Aggieland offers variety of on-campus amenities to students

Any resource students may need is only a short walk away, as they are offered numerous amenities while on campus to stay happy and healthy during their time at Texas A&M. Student Recreation Center Staying fit is easy on campus, with two large gym facilities, located on West Campus and on Polo Road, and a soon-to-be third location on Bizzell Street. Use of any rec­reational facility is free for...

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