Aggie Scholars Promoting Incentive, Resources, and Encouragement (ASPIRE) is a recognized student organization and learning community for freshmen who are awarded the Terry Foundation or Haynes Scholarships. Through support and mentorship, Terry and Haynes upperclassmen aid ASPIRE freshmen in the transition from high school to college life.
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Aggie Collegiates Ready to Explore the World (ACREW) is a recognized student organization and learning community for freshmen Regents' Scholars who are awarded the President's Achievement and/or Brownsville Scholarships. Through support and mentorship, ACREW upperclassmen aid ACREW freshmen in the transition from high school to college life.
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The Century Scholars Program (CSP) is a four-year learning community that supports underrepresented students from selected Texas high schools through an academic scholarship. Through a freshman seminar, community service, and other professional and cultural development opportunities, Century Scholars are prepared for the rigors of the academic and professional arenas.
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Foundations of Continued Undergraduate Success (FOCUS) is a Living Learning Program that allows first-year students to build a foundation for a successful undergraduate experience. Participating in a FOCUS community each semester permits students to discover more about themselves as human beings. The In-FOCUS Sessions provide structure for this personal growth.
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GTF Aggie Scholars
Greater Texas Foundation (GTF) Aggie Scholars is a learning community for freshmen who have graduated from an early college high school as defined by Educate Texas. GTF Aggie Scholars are awarded a scholarship from the Greater Texas Foundation, a statewide education grant maker based in Bryan, Texas. Through support and mentorship, GTF Aggie Scholars upperclassmen aid GTF Aggie Scholars freshmen in the transition from high school to college life.
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Honors Housing Community
The Honors Housing Community (HHC) is the cornerstone of the University Honors Program first-year experience and provides a true living-learning community with an interdisciplinary mix of high-achieving and highly-motivated students.
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Ignite is a Learning Community at Texas A&M University, focused on bringing together first generation college students during their first year at A&M.
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The Posse Scholars program provides students chosen by the Posse Foundation for exceptional leadership skills with intensive faculty mentoring and small group interactions. Advantages of the program include a tightly-knit national network of Posse graduates, tailored career and academic advising, and opportunities for individual and community development. Posse Scholars are expected to become leaders on campus and in the community.
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