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The Aggie Up Campaign is a cooperative campaign between Texas A&M University and the Cities of Bryan and College Station to help integrate students into community and neighborhood living in a respectful and safe manner so their Aggie experience will be positive both on and off-campus. The Texas A&M Office of Student Life, College Station Police, College Station Fire Department, College Station Code Enforcement, Neighborhood Services and Community Relations Office, and the Bryan Police Department Neighborhood Enforcement Team collaborate on various community outreach projects. The Aggie Up Campaign is an effort to bring all the programs and services under one umbrella that are working to give students the information and education that they need to become fully integrated citizens of Bryan and College Station while they live here.
What does Aggie Up mean?
Texas A&M Students have a Code of Honor by which they are expected to live, work and play. This campaign is intended to rely upon an Aggie’s sense of pride, honor, and integrity to do what they know is expected of all Aggies in order to bear the title.
Learn more about what the Aggie Up Committee does to educate students about being good neighbors and living off campus.
Have questions about city code, living off campus, or don't know who to call about off campus issues? Check out our quick contacts page for more information about what to do and who to call.