2024 Applications Have Closed
Are you a high school junior with big dreams of becoming a student at Texas A&M? Do you want to take the first step towards your future at Aggieland? We invite you to explore an exclusive opportunity that could shape your academic journey!
What to Expect:
- Day of trip is February 19th
- Bus Transportation Provided
- Informative Admissions Presentation
- Memorable Campus Tour
- Lunch and Dinner Included
- Connect with Aggies
- Learn our Traditions
- And Much More!
How to Apply:
- Craft compelling application essays that showcase your academic aspirations, unique perspective, and why Texas A&M is your ultimate choice.
- Complete your application, ensuring all personal information is accurate.
Applicants will be selected based on the strength of their application essays. We’re looking for students who embody the Aggie spirit, are eager to make a difference, and are prepared to take on Aggieland.
Thanks to the Northeast Tarrant County A&M Club, our volunteer chaperones, and our generous sponsors, this college visit trip is free of charge.
For inquiries or additional information, please email us at email@example.com.
There truly is no place like Aggieland! The Northeast Tarrant County A&M Club hosted 39 prospective students on its annual HOWDY TRIP. These participants, local DFW-area high school juniors, were selected from a large group of applicants based on their answers to essay questions that were posted through a portal here on our website last Fall.
This year’s day-long charter bus trip, which provides an in-depth look into Texas A&M University, began with a meeting with TAMU Admissions counselors, followed by lunch in Duncan Dining Hall (with current students joining in), and an official TAMU Welcome Center-guided walking tour of the main campus.
Afterward, Mary Miller, Director of Former Student Programs, spoke to the group about the benefits of The Association and The Aggie Network. Next on the itinerary was a meet and greet with Reveille (“Miss Rev”) and the Yell Leaders. The day rounded out with a narrated driving tour of the West Campus and a pizza dinner in College Station.
We greatly appreciate our generous sponsors who make this trip cost-free for the students, as well as the TAMU department heads and Aggie guides who graciously host us! A special thank you to our NETC A&M Club Chaperones who helped make this trip a tremendous success!