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TAMU College of Agriculture welcoming record-breaking freshman class

By Adam Russell Texas A&M University Texas A&M AgriLife photo by Michael Miller Texas A&M University students celebrate the first day of fall semester 2023.

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COLLEGE STATION, Texas — The Texas A&M College of Agriculture and Life Sciences reached a milestone that illustrates the momentum growing across agriculture and life sciences industries.

The college has reported the largest class of incoming freshmen in its history — 1,400. The incoming freshman class exceeded the number of confirmed freshmen at this time last year, 997, by 40 percent.

Dr. Jeffrey W. Savell, vice chancellor and dean for Agriculture and Life Sciences, said the freshman enrollment numbers are a sign that the college is continuing in the right direction. He said the achievement is indicative of the. . .

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