|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Texas A&M International University Students||5%||19%||17%||65%||1%||3%||1%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||2%||2%||1%|
These schools are similar to Texas A&M International University in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
100% of students
My education experience has been good enough since I haven’t had a lot of socialization because of COVID-19, but everyone is very nice and they’re always there to help.
Needs more life socializing among students on campus
Also known as TAMIU, it is very affordable if you happen to live in town.
Depending on where you live, it can be a hassle to go and come back from campus.
I like the environment it is very beautiful just like any other university. The students are very involved and very dedicated, which is what I like the most.
I liked everything.
At TAMIU I have definitely felt at home. It is my home away from home. You will always find people to bond with whether it's in classes, walking to class, or in the dining hall. The professors are fond of what they teach so they put their all into it. Overall TAMIU is the best school to be at
There was nothing that I did not like about TAMIU but it does involve a lot of walking to classes.
The Staggs program at TAMIU is an excellent opportunity!
So far my education at TAMIU has been nothing but great. The university is very generous with its scholarships, resources, academics, and organizations. There is plenty of help offered whether it be available technology, food, tutoring, on-campus jobs, and much more. The small but close campus has great scenery that allows for a nice break from stressing academics. I would 100% recommend coming to TAMIU for the community and generosity.
The only downside I could think of would be the heat from the city's weather and the sports department. It gets pretty hot during the summer but luckily there is always an air-conditioned building nearby. I've heard from other students that the sports team in TAMIU is generally not a good situation since they cut and replace players fairly quickly regardless if they have a 4-year scholarship contract to play sports. If you are an athlete looking to depend on your sport to pave your way through college, TAMIU is not quite the right fit. Otherwise, regular students do not get the same harsh treatment as sports players.