Texas A&M University-Kingsville is a public research institution and part of the TAMU System. The university is home to the Caesar Kleberg Wildlife Research Center, Citrus Center, and National Natural Toxins Research Center which holds a collection of venomous snakes. Programs offered at the university include agriculture, wildlife, engineering, music, and the sciences. Admissions are rated as “selective.”
i love the small classes.
the faculty is very helpful.
its easy to move around campus.
Ariana from Freeport, TX
Texas A&M University-Kingsville is a growing university. It has a great future ahead and look forward to seeing what it all will have to offer. The Faculty in the Kinesiology Department are very helpful and knowledgable.