Texas A & M University-College Station Top Questions

What do you consider the worst thing about Texas A & M University-College Station? Why?


The humidity here at Aggieland, but other than that the campus is absolutely beautiful.


The campus isn't very pretty.


The tuition is so high! I'm not one that has her parents loaded, I'm actually one who has to pay her way through college.


The financial aid office becuase they have lost some or part of my paper work every year resulting in my forms being turned in last minute and then I am not able to recive finiacial aid.


Rigorous academics. Adapting from high school to universit style classes is a lot harder than i wouldve thought. I took college level classes in high school but they really do not compare to the university standards.


The worst about school is the stress the professors put on you when you need to study for a big test, or when you get plenty of homework for the weekend. My college is considered as a top notch school for my major, and my classes hit really hard on me and they can basically make you suffer so that you do at least OK in college.


Since Texas A&M is the best school in the universe, the only bad thing I can think of is how large the campus is. It takes a while to commute to classes especially if you have class across campus from where you live. It can take anywhere from 15-45 minutes to walk to class.


Most courses have 300+ students in each class and even upper level courses tend to have at least 100 students. Having this many students can be distracting at sometimes.


Tuition and fee increases. Meal and dining flexibility.


I would say that the worst thing about Texas A&M is the traffic at peak travel times. Because the campus is large and there is such a large number of students and faculty on campus every day that sometimes traffic around campus can be somewhat inconvenient.