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The 411: Youth

‘Aggieland Saturday’ is set for Feb. 19

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COLLEGE STATION --Texas A&M University will once again open its campus to an estimated 10,000 prospective students and parents during the university’s annual “Aggieland Saturday” Feb. 19. from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Aggieland Saturday is open to all prospective students, including both high school students and transfer students. Visitors can meet current students, tour the residence halls, visit libraries and computer labs, and generally get a better concept about what Texas A&M has to offer. A variety of group sessions will provide information about admissions, financial aid, student services, student organizations, and student traditions.

Aggieland Saturday activities are free with the exception of meals and parking.

For more information, visit or contact the Prospective Student Center at 979-458-0427.

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