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First-Generation Learning Communities

Texas A&M University was established as a land-grant university in 1876. This land-grant designation charges us to educate the citizens of our great state, including first-generation students.
Given that only one-in-four Texans have a four-year degree, it means that our commitment has always included many who are first in their families to attend a four-year institution and seek a baccalaureate degree. Our commitment to first-generation pioneers has never been stronger, which is why the Office for Student Success hosts learning communities to provides mentorship, leadership experience, and a foundation for a successful undergraduate experience.

Download: Academic-Assistance-Plan-OSS-LC-Verification-Form.pdf