About Aggie Transition Camps
What is Aggie Transition Camps?
Aggie Transition Camps (ATC) is the umbrella organization that coordinates and runs Howdy Camp in the early Spring and Transfer Camp (T-Camp) in the Fall. ATC is an experience designed for transfer students, but is also welcome for incoming freshmen. At camp, we seek to create a fun and open atmosphere, in which new students will be welcomed into the Aggie Family. You will be introduced to the many opportunities that exist at Texas A&M such as the long-standing traditions we hold dear and the true meaning of being an Aggie. It is ATC’s main goal that campers leave with a newly ignited Aggie Spirit, and many lasting friendships.
Howdy Camp is led by Texas A&M students who are dedicated and passionate about making the transition process successful for each new Aggie. Each counselor, crew member, and staff member has personal experience with transferring to and being new on campus. This way, they can offer crucial advice about classes, fun things to do in College Station, and any other questions that a new student might have about being an Aggie.
What is Transfer Camp?
Transfer Camp (T-Camp) welcomes transfer students to Texas A&M before the fall semester every year with the purpose of giving them an opportunity to have fun, start their own Aggie network, and learn more about the life at Texas A&M. We want to make sure that your transition into the Aggie Family is one filled with memories of joy.
T-Camp is a 3-day extended orientation program that takes place at Trinity Pines in Trinity, Texas. Students will ride buses from Texas A&M campus to Trinity Pines, where we will be bunking in comfortable furnished cabins.
T-Camp is led by Texas A&M students who are dedicated and passionate about making the transition process successful for each person. Again, each counselor, crew member, and staff member has personal experience with transitioning to and being new to campus. This way they can offer crucial advice about classes, fun things to do in College Station, and field any other questions that you might have about being an Aggie.