AgriLife Research Across Texas A&M’s Universities

Texas A&M AgriLife Research supports studies and collaborations across the campuses of The Texas A&M University System, some of whose faculty include joint appointees of AgriLife Research and their respective university campuses.

Each of the university campuses is located in a strategically important region of Texas, allowing AgriLife Research to take advantage of relevant expertise that covers all of the state’s food, feed and fiber-producing scenarios.

Texas A&M University System Campuses

  • Aerial view of Texas A&M University, Bryan-College Station

    Texas A&M opened its doors in 1876 as the state’s first public institution of higher learning. Today, it stands as a research-intensive flagship university dedicated to sending Aggie leaders out into the world prepared to take on the challenges of tomorrow.

  • University campus bird-eye view. Buildings, courtyard, greenery and green roof

    The Texas A&M-RELLIS campus is a collaborative ecosystem built to foster advanced research, technology development, testing and evaluation, higher education, and hands-on career training. RELLIS is currently seeking corporate, government, and educational partners for applied research opportunities.

  • Prairie View A&M aerial view

    Prairie View A&M University is the second-oldest public institution of higher education in the state of Texas. It is a historically black college and university that, since its inception in 1876, has opened its doors to ant and every person – inside and outside of Texas – seeking a first-class, four-year university experience.

  • Aerial view of buildings, sidewalks, landscape

    Texas A&M University-Commerce transforms lives through its mission to “Educate. Discover. Achieve.” With locations all over Dallas and East Texas, Texas A&M-Commerce delivers 130 unique academic degrees and serves nearly 11,000 students.

  • Tarleton State aerial view

    With its main campus in Stephenville, an hour southwest of Fort Worth, Tarleton State University offers the value of a Texas A&M University System degree with its own brand of personal attention, individual opportunities, history, tradition and community. Tarleton is a vibrant learning community with nearly 100 undergraduate and graduate degrees, as well as a doctorate in education, within eight academic colleges.

  • West Texas A&M University aerial view

    West Texas A&M University students, faculty and alumni are making a difference worldwide through innovation and service. Technologies developed through research programs at WTAMU are shaping the world, and the university’s education extends far beyond the classroom, engaging industry partners and practitioners to create real-world opportunities for  students.

  • Texas A&M University Kingsville stucco sign at grand entrance

    Texas A&M University-Kingsville grew out of the teacher college or “normal school” movement that swept Texas and the nation in the early 1900s. Chartered in 1917 but not opened until 1925 because of America’s entry into World War I, the University is the oldest continuously operating public institution of higher learning in South Texas.

  • Texas A&M University Corpus Christi aerial view

    Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is the Island University — the only university in the nation located on its own island at the heart of the Texas Gulf Coast. With palm tree-lined pathways throughout the campus, nearby natural wetlands, a scenic hike-and-bike trail and pristine views of the beach and bay, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is a first-choice institution.

  • Spanish style buildings surrounded by greenery aerial view

    Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) is an international university, poised at the Gateway to Mexico and serving as the cultural and intellectual hub of a vibrant multilingual and multicultural community. TAMIU provides over 8,400 students with a learning environment anchored by the highest quality programs built on a solid academic foundation in the arts and sciences.

  • modern buildings surrounded by green lawn and trees in the background, aerial view

    Texas A&M University-Texarkana is a comprehensive regional university committed to Academic Excellence, Student Success, and Community Leadership. The campus educates the leaders of tomorrow with a high-quality, rewarding and affordable educational experience. The university provides students with world-class degrees in a family atmosphere known as a “community” of higher education.

  • modern building at dusk

    Texas A&M University-Central Texas was established in 2009 as a member of The Texas A&M University System, one of the largest systems of higher education in the nation. A&M-Central Texas is an upper-level institution, fully aligned with regional community colleges and offering quality bachelor’s and master’s degrees with an emphasis on access and affordability.

  • Grand entrance sign in brick spelling "Texas A&M University San Antonio"

    Texas A&M University-San Antonio (A&M-SA) is a contemporary university reflective of the diverse and heritage-rich community it serves. Founded as the first upper-division institution of higher education in South San Antonio, A&M-SA today is a comprehensive four-year university offering affordable, high-quality education.

Research Across Texas

In addition to Texas A&M University System Campuses, AgriLife Research supports new discoveries across Texas at regional research and extension centers, academic departments in the Texas A&M University College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and School of Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences, and interdisciplinary institutes and research units.

Greenhouse in an open field of tall prairie grass
a woman in protective clothing examines a sample through a microscope

Research and Researchers at TAMU Scholars

For a comprehensive look at published research across AgriLife Research, the agencies of Texas A&M AgriLife and The Texas A&M University System — as well as information on our research faculty — visit TAMU Scholars online.