Sharp Solutions: April 2014 Newsletter

  Growing Impact The Texas A&M University System, Texas A&M University, the Health Science Center and other system agencies in the Bryan-College Station area created a $4.42 billion positive economic impact on the local area in 2013, an increase of almost $113 million from 2012 and about double that of a decade ago. Included in […]

Sharp Solutions: September 2013 Newsletter

Boosting National Ranking The fervor surrounding Texas A&M University reached a high pitch this weekend with the most anticipated college football game of the 2013 season. No longer a freshman in the Southeastern Conference, we’ve shown we’re capable of capturing and holding the attention of the nation, and Texas A&M is now gaining widespread recognition […]

Sharp Solutions: June 2013 Newsletter

Howdy Grows Bigger Education and innovation know no bounds in The Texas A&M University System. We are continuing to grow in influence — across the state, the nation and the world. The 83rd regular session of the Texas Legislature culminated in the A&M System securing critical funding for many priorities, thanks to many long hours worked […]

Increasing Excellence: Texas A&M System Accomplishments in the 83rd Session

As you know, every odd-numbered year the Texas Legislature convenes for 140 days. During this time, The Texas A&M University System identifies funding priorities and focuses on measures that support its member institutions, student success and retention, graduation rates and financial resources for faculty, institutions and student financial aid. The Texas A&M System had its […]

Key Texas A&M System Funding Priorities for the 83rd Legislature

Base/ Formula Funding:  Our highest priority is additional funding for the basic, on-going operations of our general academic institutions, health science center and agencies through the formulas.   The formula funding ensures that our institutions can provide high quality teaching and support services for our growing student populations to prepare them for the workforce. Tuition Revenue […]