Full-Time Student Population
Part-Time Student Population
Full-Time Instructional Faculty
Part-Time Instructional Faculty
Faculty with Terminal Degree
Average Faculty Salary
Full-Time Retention Rate
Part-Time Retention Rate
- Fewer than 20 students: 57%
- 20–49 students: 42%
- More than 50 students: 0%
Continuing Professional: No
Adult Basic Remedial: No
Secondary (High School): No
Special Credit Opportunities
Advanced Placement (AP) Credits: Yes
Dual Credit: Yes
Life Experience Credits: No
- College of Arts and Sciences
- College of Engineering
- School of Agriculture and Environmental Sciences
- School of Business and Economics
- School of Education
- School of Nursing
- School of Technology
- Bachelor's degree
- Doctorate - Research/scholarship
- Master's degree
- Post-bachelor's certificate
Most Popular Majors
- Business Administration and Management: 2%
- Liberal Arts and Sciences: 3%
- Mass Communication: 3%
- Psychology: 2%
- Arts/fine arts
- Computer literacy
- English (including composition)
- Foreign languages
- Sciences (biology or physical)
- Social science
Special Study Options
- Distance learning opportunities
- Study abroad
- Teacher certification (below the postsecondary level)
- Weekend/evening college
Other Academic Offerings
- Cooperative education program
- Double major
- Dual enrollment
- Honors program
- Independent study
- Liberal arts/career combination
- Student-designed major
- Weekend college
The University offers a Center for Distance Learning, where students can complete courses and degree programs online, including bachelor's degrees in agricultural education, business education, electronics technology, occupational safety and health, or technology education. Students also have the option of doing both online and on-campus classwork.
Best Places to Study
The small study rooms in the dorms are the best places to study. They are quaint and quiet. During the semester, the library is a great place to study, except during midterms and finals because it gets packed!
Tips to Succeed
- Get involved in campus organizations and activities related to the field you want to enter after you graduate.
- Keep your grade point average above 3.0 at all times for a better chance at landing professional work experience or scholarships and the opportunity to join organizations that require certain grade point averages, like honor societies dedicated to your major or fraternities and sororities.
- Manage your time wisely by creating a schedule of your class times throughout the week and another table of your professors' office hours. Keep track of your assignments and their due dates by writing them down in a daily planner.
- Visit the University's career services office during your first semester to get help creating your résumé. Go again each time you need to update your résumé for career fairs, job interviews, or internship and job applications.
- Visit your professors and adviser during their office hours for any assistance you may need throughout the semester or year. Getting to know them will express your focus on academics, and in turn, they can help you find opportunities in your desired field.
Did You Know?
- A&T School of Business offers membership to many relevant local and national organizations, including Aggie Economic Association (AEA), Aggie Toastmasters, Financial Management Association (FMA), and Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE), among others.
- The Entrepreneur of the Year award is a scholarship awarded to the student with the best independently owned and operated business after one year.