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By the numbers

Undergraduate Enrollment 6,970
In-state Tuition (per semester hour, unless noted) $4,091 PER SEM.*
Out-of-state Tuition (per semester hour, unless noted) $10,215 PER SEM.*
Yearly Room and Board $5,001-$7,000
% of Students on Financial Aid 74
Median SAT/ACT 910/19
% of African American Students 5.22
% of Asian American Students 0.86
% of Hispanic Students 74.3
% of International Students 3.99
Student/Teacher Ratio 17:1
Number of Full-time Faculty 351
% of Male/% of Female Students 51/49
Greek System? YES
% of Freshmen Who Live on Campus 67.3
% of Students Who Graduate in Four Years 23
% of Students Who Graduate Overall 41
% of Freshmen Who Return 66.8
% Of Alumni Who Give $$$ to School 1.03

*Tuition based on 12-hour semester

Texas A&M University - Kingsville

Team Name:

Javelinas

Address:

700 University Blvd., Kingsville, TX 78363

Web:

tamuk.edu

Phone:

361-593-2315

Facebook:

javelinas

Twitter:

@JavelinaNation

POINTS OF DISTINCTION

  • Offers the world’s only master’s degree in ranch management through the King Ranch Institute for Ranch Management.
  • The Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Center and the Citrus Center garner international recognition.
  • The National Natural Toxins Research Center is the only federally funded viper research center in the U.S. and is one of the leading research centers in the world for discovering toxins for use in biomedical research.

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY–KINGSVILLE has superior faculty and courses to provide an education that helps students get where they want to go. Degrees include well known programs in engineering, animal and wildlife sciences, kinesiology, social work, and music, along with new bachelor’s degree programs in veterinary technology and criminal justice, and a new master’s degree program in criminology.

Texas A&M–Kingsville’s reputation as a top-tier institution of higher learning goes beyond South Texas. The university is ranked among the nation’s top institutions awarding engineering and communication sciences and disorders degrees to Hispanics, according to Diverse: Issues in Higher Education.

Texas A&M-Kingsville is ninth in the state on the CollegeNET, Inc. Social Mobility Index, sixth in Texas for its financial aid programs according to BestColleges.com, and and tenth on the CollegeCalc.org list of the cheapest colleges in Texas.

Starting salaries for Texas A&M–Kingsville graduates are among the highest both regionally and statewide, according to the national college salary report released annually by PayScale, Inc.

Texas A&M–Kingsville’s housing choices include modern suite-style living, traditional residence halls, and living-learning communities where students with similar majors or interests live and study. Kingsville, home to the legendary King Ranch, is safe and friendly, with a population of 25,000. Texas A&M-Kingsville offers a student shuttle service to shopping areas, restaurants, and other businesses.

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