Texas A&M announces enrollment on the first day of classes for the fall semester is higher compared to last fall’s official number.
This year’s first day number at all locations is 72,982. That’s compared to last year’s official number of 70,009.
First day enrollment at the main campus is 66,871, with a freshman class of 11,464. That includes 254 at A&M’s branch in McAllen, of which 140 are incoming freshmen.
News release from Texas A&M:
Enrollment for fall 2021 at Texas A&M University on the first day of classes totaled 72,982, including an entering freshman class of 12,459 of which 11,464 are part of the main campus.
Registration remains open, so the official enrollment figures and breakdown will be reported after the 20th class day by Data & Research Services.
These enrollment numbers include students at the main campus in College Station, the Higher Education Center at McAllen, remote Engineering Academy sites, the branch campuses in Galveston and Doha, Qatar, the Law School in Fort Worth and all locations of the Health Science Center.
Location/All Students/Freshmen Only (first day fall 2021 semester):
Health Science Center/3,318/7
*Includes 254 students reported to the state with the main campus that are located at the McAllen Higher Education Center, of which 140 are incoming freshmen.