Live Texas A&M’s Oldest Tradition
As Texas A&M’s oldest, largest and most visible student organization, the Corps of Cadets can trace its origins back to the university’s founding in 1876.
For generations, young men and women have found the perfect space to learn, lead and inspire within our organization. Though the Corps utilizes a military based cultural model to develop our students, there is no military obligation tied to your status as a cadet. In fact, over 60% of all cadets go on to work in the public and private sectors after graduation.
In addition to being one of the nation’s premier leadership development programs, the Corps of Cadets is also proud to offer world class academic resources and exclusive scholarships. With a grade point averages that regularly exceed the rest of the university’s, the Corps of Cadets is here to give you the tools you need to succeed, from the classroom, to the boardroom, to the battlefield and beyond.
Membership in the Corps is greater than just being in another club. Our cadets are members of a family and alumni base that spans nearly two centuries. You won’t just be at the heart of Texas A&M’s oldest tradition, you’ll be living it every single day.
Ready to learn more about our community of leaders?
Fill out our future cadet form. Once we have your contact information, you will receive personalized email communications from the Corps Recruiting team with more information on our organization.
You are also invited to join us for one or more of our Corps recruiting programs. Whether you choose to visit us virtually or in-person, these programs are a great opportunity to explore your possibilities in the Corps.
Have questions? Our Corps Recruiting team is available to assist with questions you may have by phone at (979) 845-9232 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Important application dates:
- August 1st – Application for admission to Texas A&M opens. All applicants are also advised to fill out Texas A&M’s scholarship application in order to be considered for awards from the Corps of Cadets.
- December 1st – Application for admission to Texas A&M closes.
- May 1st – Deadline to accept admissions offer to Texas A&M.
For admitted students, please email Corps Recruiting (email@example.com) to confirm your intent to join the Corps of Cadets as soon as possible.
Once you have confirmed your intent, final steps to join will be sent to you via email.