What makes Texas A&M-Kingsville right for you? From academics to athletics, student organizations and our storied traditions, to our Spanish style architecture, the Javelina Nation is unlike anything else.
The main campus consists of approximately 250 acres and more than 80 buildings. The University Farm consists of 545 acres of land located near the campus.
The University is located in historic Kingsville, a friendly, safe city of 25,000 that is the home of the legendary King Ranch. Corpus Christi and its beaches are just 40 miles to the northeast, and the border with Mexico is 120 miles to the south at Brownsville or 119 miles to the west at Laredo.
Texas A&M-Kingsville is South Texas' greatest university, offering more academic programs and degrees, providing better learning and living facilities, doing more research, awarding more scholarships and producing more successful graduates than any other college or university in the region.
With a student/faculty ratio of 16 to 1, and plenty of signature programs to choose from, A&M-Kingsville provides educational experiences unmatched by our competitors.
The faculty at Texas A&M University-Kingsville recognize the value of "teaching through research" and provide undergraduate students unique opportunities to become involved in a wide variety of research projects.
Beyond the classroom and labs, you will find that going to college means hanging out with friends in student housing, eating, studying, keeping fit and staying healthy, and, of course, having fun.
When you join the Javelina Family, you’re instantly part of a community unlike any other. Life in Javelina Nation is an exciting part of your college experience. No matter what your interest, you can probably find others here that share your passion. Students here participate in over 140 student organizations.
Most of Texas A&M-Kingsville's students come from South Texas, but there is wide diversity in the population, with students from more than 35 states and more than 43 countries.
More than just an athletics saying, “Javelina Pride” describes how passionately students feel about their alma mater. This your time to compete in Javelina Nation.
Javelinas compete in NCAA Division II in baseball, basketball, Cross country, football, track and field, beach volleyball, golf and softball.
All students have the opportunity to get active at the brand new Texas A&M University-Kingsville Recreation and NCAA Sports Complex and our campus recreation center. The recreation fields include tennis and sand volleyball courts, a cricket pitch, flag football fields and more.