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Education is a gift that keeps giving throughout one’s life, far after college is over.

The Department of Nuclear Engineering at Texas A&M University has graduated more nuclear engineers since the early 1960s than has any other school in the country. More important than just the number of graduates is the quality of those graduates.

We go above and beyond to recognize the potential in students, and provide them with an education to be proud of. We continuously inspire our students, faculty and staff to be the best that they can be.

We stand by our vision: to develop and maintain a nationally and internationally recognized program that promotes a passion for understanding and applying the knowledge of nuclear science and engineering to support the nation’s alternative energy, national security and healthcare missions. 

Our program is constantly evolving, and is focused on developing and strengthening every facet required to raise student achievement in and out of college. We aspire to be better, to improve year by year, and for that we require your support. The search for the best students is tougher than ever. As we continue our tradition of producing the high-quality nuclear engineers that the industry needs, a key factor is the ability to attract the most academically capable students. 

Some of the best and brightest high school students cannot afford today’s tuition, and scholarships open up a world of possibilities to them. For others, a scholarship frees them from student jobs, giving them more time to follow their intellectual curiosity or to participate in A&M’s character-building student-led organizations. 

There are many opportunities available for empowering the students of the department. Scholarships drive the spirit and guide the minds of generations of Aggies, so they can affect the world in productive and inventive ways. When you fund a scholarship, you’re making a profound difference for individual students and for the lives those students touch as graduates of Texas A&M University.

Contact Reagan Chessher, Director of Development, to make a difference in a student’s life.
office: 979.862.1936, cell: 979.324.7404, email: