Hawk's Shadow Winery will be presenting at the HORT Club meeting on December 2nd. Join them to hear the owner, Chip Concklin, speak about the winery, vineyard, event activities, and possible internship opportunities available.
The last day to submit a Q-drop request is Friday, November 20th by 5 pm.
Visit with your academic advisor to process a Q-drop prior to the deadline.
Undergraduate students will normally be permitted four Q-drops during their undergraduate studies; however: State
law prohibits students from having more than six dropped courses from
all state institutions attended during their undergraduate career if
they entered higher education as a first-time enrolled freshman
beginning the 2007 fall semester or after. Q-drops in one-hour courses will not count in the Texas A&M limit of four but
will be included in the State-mandated limit of six dropped courses. If
a lecture and companion lab are dropped at the same time, this will
count as one Q-drop rather than two.
Have you seen the Aggies Lead by Example video? See if you can spot Howdy Farm representatives and any other nods to horticulture.
Texas A&M University announced the launch of a $4 billion comprehensive campaign to address major societal challenges facing the state, nation and world. It is the largest fund-raising endeavor ever undertaken in Texas, and only one other public university in the nation has ever announced a higher goal.
THANK YOU members of the Belsterling Foundation of the Dallas Garden
Club for visiting the Texas A&M Department of Horticultural
Sciences! Our faculty and staff enjoyed sharing their knowledge with you
and showing you around the facilities. We were especially excited to
introduce you to the 2015-2016 Belsterling Scholars, Nolan Bentley and
Ellen Roundey. We truly enjoyed having you and had a wonderful time
showcasing our efforts in horticulture.