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Blinn at Texas A&M-RELLIS

Earn your Degree in the Heart of Aggieland

Students in the RELLIS Academic Alliance PATH Program at Texas A&M-RELLIS in Bryan, Texas, are admitted simultaneously to the Blinn College District and the RELLIS Academic Alliance university of their choice. Why choose the RELLIS Academic Alliance PATH Program?

  • Students who meet the university admission requirements are guaranteed acceptance
  • Earn your associate and bachelor's degrees with no wasted credits
  • Lower tuition and fees
  • Have access to academic advising, scholarships, work-study, internships, and student organizations at Blinn and your four-year university
  • PATH Program students are eligible to purchase both a Texas A&M University sports pass and Recreation Center membership
  • Participate in unique testing and research opportunities that look great on a resume

Blinn College Programs at Texas A&M-RELLIS

Bachelor's Degree Programs at Texas A&M-RELLIS

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