10 majors- Women studies, Spanish language and literature, radio, television, and digital communication, aerospace engineering, wildlife and fisheries management, zoology management, agricultural and food products processing.
All sports-Archery,baseball,basketball,equestrian sports,football,golf,soccer,softball,swimming and diving,tennis,track and field,volleyball,cross-country running,badminton,bowling,fencing,field hockey,gymnastics,lacrosse,racquetball,riflery,rugby,sailing,table tennis,ultimate frisbee,weight lifting,water polo,wrestling
Student life-Choral group,dramal theater group,marching band,newspaper (student run), radio station (student run),memorial student center,crops of coders,fish camp,student government,big event,parent weekly,Aggie muster
17 percent of the student live in college-owned-operated or-affiliated housing and 83 percent of student live off campus
Percentage of student amitted?73 percent
Annual cost (find the most popular ones if possible)-$18,536
Percentage of students who receive financial aid-25% percent
Average SAT score of admitted students-average SAT score is 1080-1310
Number of undergraduate and graduate student-undergraduate is 41,129 and graduate is 13,955
Percentage of various races of students-Non Hispanic:66.9%,Black plus multicultural:3.3%,Hispanic,any race:17.3%,Multicultural non black:2.3%,Asian or Pacific Islander:3.3%,American Indian:4%
Any other interesting information (at least 5 things)- 80% of students agree that professors put a lot of effort into teaching their classes.47% of students agree that it is easy to get the classes they want.50% of students agree that the the workload is easy to manage.