- Texas A&M ranks in the Top 20 in the number of doctoral degrees awarded to minorities.
- In recent years, more than 50 Texas A&M faculty members have served as chief executive officers of international, national, or regional organizations.
- Almost 500 faculty members hold the title of fellow, or one equal significance, in their respective professional and academic societies.
- Texas A&M faculty members have earned more than 700 honors and awards from professional and academic societies.
- More than 70 Texas A&M faculty members and administrators have participated in the Fulbright Program, and the University hosts foreign Fulbright Scholars each year.
- Twenty-six faculty hold membership in the prestigious National Academy of Sciences or the National Academy of Engineering.
- Faculty includes winners of the Nobel Prize, National Medal of Science, Pulitzer Prize, World Food Prize and Wolf Prize.
- College of Agriculture and Life Sciences graduate students work with some of the world’s top researchers to seek new knowledge and technologies in the areas of food systems, natural resources and the environment, and life sciences, such as genetics or biochemistry.
- The Dwight Look College of Engineering, is the nation’s largest college of engineering and ranked 12th the by U.S. News and World Report in 2003 and its faculty includes seven university Distinguished Professors.
- Mays College and Graduate School of Business is ranked in the Top 50 by The U.S. News and World Report 2003 and is ranked 9th as Best Return on Investment by Business Week for 2002.
- The College of Geosciences at Texas A&M University is one of the world’s most comprehensive university programs in geoscience education with several academic departments, along with premier research centers that include the Ocean Drilling Program, the Geochemical and Environmental Research Group and the Texas Sea Grant College Program.
- The College of Science, with two of its five departments ranked nationally near the top ten, boasts world-renowned distinguished faculty, including two members of the National Academy of Sciences.
- The U.S. News and World Reports ranked the College of Education in the Top 40 in 2002.
- The College of Architecture at Texas A&M University has been consistently ranked among the nation’s top 15 for the last three years according to survey results published by the Almanac of Architecture & Design.
- The College of Liberal Arts provides instruction in the humanities, social and behavioral sciences, and the performing arts through 12 academic departments, including 9 PhD programs with additions pending.
- Texas A&M’s College of Veterinary Medicine is one of only 31 colleges of veterinary medicine in the Unites States and Canada and serves as the only one in the state of Texas.
- The George Bush School of Government and Public Service is a young, vibrant school on the cutting edge of public administration and international affairs education that provides its students a challenging curriculum, an innovative leadership development program, and opportunities for both professional growth and public service.