Texas A&M University System 10 Campuses Academic Characteristics and Tuition Comparison

The Texas A&M University System is a state university system in Texas and is one of the state's six independent university systems. The Texas A&M University System is one of the largest university systems in the United States, with a statewide network of 11 universities. Total 144,427 students are enrolled in one of those campuses for academic year 2016-2017. The average acceptance ratio over all campuses is 66.89% . The average graduation rate of the Texas A&M University System campuses is 41.33% and the average student to faculty ratio is 17.90:1.
Table. Texas A&M University System 10 Campuses Overview
Campus NameHighest DegreeStudent PopulationAcceptance Ratio Graduation RateStudent to Faculty Ratio
Central TexasKilleen, TX Master's degree2,619 - - 13:1
College StationCollege Station, TX Doctor's degree65,632 67% 80% 20:1
CommerceCommerce, TX Doctor's degree13,514 47% 43% 20:1
Corpus ChristiCorpus Christi, TX Doctor's degree12,202 84% 35% 19:1
KingsvilleKingsville, TX Doctor's degree9,278 82% 29% 21:1
Prairie View A & M UniversityPrairie View, TX Doctor's degree8,782 86% 31% 18:1
Tarleton State UniversityStephenville, TX Doctor's degree13,049 50% 43% 19:1
TexarkanaTexarkana, TX Doctor's degree2,060 71% 26% 9:1
Texas A & M International UniversityLaredo, TX Doctor's degree7,390 48% 41% 19:1
West Texas A & M UniversityCanyon, TX Doctor's degree9,901 67% 44% 21:1
AverageTotal 144,42766.89%41.33%17.90:1

Texas A&M University System 10 Campuses 2017 Tuition Comparison

Next table and chart illustrate the college costs including tuition & fees, books & supplies, and living costs of Texas A&M University System 10 Campuses. The cost data officially published by IPEDS, U.S. Department of Education.
Undergraduate Graduate
The 2017 average undergraduate tuition & fees of is $7,911 for state residents and $18,896 for other students. The living costs are $12,118 when a student lives on-campus housing facilities and $12,302 when living off campus in average. In this year, College Station campus has the highest tuition and living costs of $46,226 based on out-of-state tuition & fees and on-campus living costs.
Table. Undergraduate Tuition and Other Costs Comparison Between Texas A&M University System 10 Campuses
CampusTuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Central Texas$6,260$16,872---
College Station $10,132$28,984$1,054$16,188$16,188
Commerce $7,750$19,990$1,400$11,683$11,718
Corpus Christi $8,424$18,257$868$11,709$12,355
Kingsville $8,049$21,355$1,344$12,747$12,234
Prairie View A & M University $10,059$23,378$1,300$11,310$9,911
Tarleton State University $7,140$16,728$1,200$11,738$13,828
Texarkana $6,840$17,886$1,400$11,752$11,569
Texas A & M International University $7,016$16,946$1,456$9,584$9,482
West Texas A & M University $7,444$8,560$1,000$12,350$13,436
Average$7,911$18,896$1,225$12,118$12,302
The 2017 average graduate tuition & fees of is $6,229 for state residents and $13,406 for other students. The living costs are $12,118 when a student lives on-campus housing facilities and $12,302 when living off campus in average.
Table. Graduate Tuition and Other Costs Comparison Between Texas A&M University System 10 Campuses
CampusTuition & FeesBooks & SuppliesLiving Costs
In-StateOut-of-StateOn-CampusOff-Campus
Central Texas$5,560$12,938---
College Station $8,904$19,073$1,054$16,188$16,188
Commerce $5,776$13,120$1,400$11,683$11,718
Corpus Christi $6,300$14,073$868$11,709$12,355
Kingsville $5,369$12,713$1,344$12,747$12,234
Prairie View A & M University $7,144$15,172$1,300$11,310$9,911
Tarleton State University $6,109$13,452$1,200$11,738$13,828
Texarkana $5,059$13,004$1,400$11,752$11,569
Texas A & M International University $5,717$13,490$1,456$9,584$9,482
West Texas A & M University $6,349$7,028$1,000$12,350$13,436
Average$6,229$13,406$1,225$12,118$12,302

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