Texas A&M University
    Alex Slaughter
    Alex Slaughter '16
    Regional Advisor II
    Specialty: Freshman, Transfer
    Colorado, Idaho, Kansas, Montana, Nebraska, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Dakota, Washington, and Wyoming


    My advice for prospective students:

    Visit as many college campuses as you can, and the biggest question you need to ask yourself is "do I see myself here?" Trust your gut (it won't steer you wrong) and really try to enjoy the college process. I know it can be stressful and overwhelming, but don't let the weight of the decision take away from the fun of finding out where you will be for the next 4 years.

    My advice for admitted students:
    Apply for as many scholarships as you can - every little bit helps. And most importantly, get excited. Texas A&M has so many opportunities, events, clubs. You will easily find a group to connect with so don't stress. And just read up on all the traditions - there are a lot to learn here.

    Please feel free to email me or register for an appointment below.

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