U.S. Energy Secretary Rick Perry is questioning the legitimacy of the election that gave his alma mater its first openly gay student body president.
Multiple financial aid programs have been phased out or targeted for elimination by the Legislature in recent years.
Colleges in Texas had a tense year, thanks to campus carry, racial incidents, and the election.
Texas A&M’s rapid enrollment growth is creating crowded classrooms, parking lots and dining halls, but school officials say they haven’t diluted academics
As a veteran and a college president, Tallant has been forced to pick a side and has reluctantly chosen the side of the universities.
With Republican nominee for president Donald Trump continuing to struggle in the polls, Democrats in Texas are hoping for a better-than-usual election season.
The path has been open for decades to students who want a bachelor’s degree: If a student doesn’t have the tuition money or isn’t ready to leave home, community college is a good place to start.
Editor’s note: This story has been updated throughout.
Texas is an economic powerhouse, but needs to be proactive in developing its workforce in order to avoid the fate of once-great companies like Kodak, Woolworth and Sears, Gov. Greg Abbott said Monday.
COLLEGE STATION — Life is never easy for members of the Texas A&M University Corps of Cadets, an ROTC-like military program that dates to the 1800s.