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It's difficult to beat Texas A&M University - College Station if you want to study Horticulture. College Station, Texas is an appropriate area for young people who appreciate the fast-paced urban lifestyle.
Due to the diverse population at Texas A&M, you should have lots of opportunities to meet students from all cultures. This school is known for a low crime rate, one of the safest schools in the country. Check out some school videos to learn more about what being on campus is like.
Tarleton State University is a wonderful choice for students pursuing a Horticulture degree. Stephenville, Texas presents a quaint small-town atmosphere for students to learn in.
Since 1.1% of Tarleton State University's student body is from outside Texas, you are going to have a lot of opportunities to meet undergraduates from all over the country. Freshmen are not required to live on-campus at Tarleton State University. Interested in learning more about Tarleton State University's campus? Have a virtual tour.