Texas A&M provides a world-class education at a reasonable price, as seen year after year in rankings by Kiplinger’s, U.S. News & World Report, Money magazine and many more.
One recent example is found at Texas A&M’s University Libraries. Statistics show that over 60 percent of college students in the country don’t buy all of the textbooks associated with their classes due to high costs from publishers.
In response, University Libraries teamed up with The Federation of Texas A&M Mothers’ Clubs—better known as the Aggie Moms—to establish a collection of textbooks that students can check out as needed. Ever growing, the Aggie Moms’ Library Endowment is just one example of what places University Libraries as a national leader.
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