Sep 12, 2022

Texas A&M Sees Gains In U.S. News & World Report Best Colleges 2023 Edition

Lesley Henton, Texas A&M University Division of Marketing & Communications
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U.S. News & World Report today released the 2023 edition of its Best Colleges rankings and Texas A&M University remains the nation’s 26th best public university. Overall, the university is up one spot to No. 67.

Programs in agriculture and engineering continue to be recognized, and notable rises this year appear in biomedical engineering, marketing, cybersecurity and study abroad.

The Best Colleges ranking looks at undergraduate programs nationwide and measures factors including graduation and retention rates, academic reputation, student selectivity, faculty resources, social mobility and debt, among others.

For a deeper dive into the rankings, check out the full Texas A&M University article.

“I’m proud to see continued national recognition of Texas A&M’s founding disciplines of agriculture and engineering, in addition to growth in areas of great importance to our nation such as business and cybersecurity. Our outstanding students, faculty and staff, participating in innovative programs across the university, are making positive impacts here and around the world.”
Katherine Banks
Texas A&M University President

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The Texas A&M University System, the headquarters to state agencies under its purview and its flagship university all call the Brazos Valley home. Texas A&M University alone boasts more than $1 billion in annual R&D expenditures and one of the largest student bodies in the nation.