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TAMIU Repeats on List of Military Friendly
— For the second year in a row, Texas
A&M International University earned a spot on
G.I. Jobs
magazine’s Military Friendly Schools
list. The list honors colleges, universities and
trade schools that best embrace America’s
military service members and veterans as
TAMIU Ranked by
Washington Monthly
— TAMIU was ranked in the Top 10%
nationally of Master’s Universities in a survey
conducted by
Washington Monthly
Magazine for
its “2012 College Rankings.” TAMIU’s ranking
was based on the University’s contribution
in three broad categories: Social Mobility,
Research and Service
A.R. Sanchez. Jr. Business School Named
— The TAMIU A.R. Sanchez, Jr.
School of Business is an outstanding business
school, according to
The Princeton Review
. The
education services company features the School
in the new 2013 edition of its annual guidebook,
“The Best 296 Business Schools” (Random
House / Princeton Review).
TAMIU Nurses Impress with Pass Rates
TAMIU College of Nursing and Health Science’s
Dr. F. M. Canseco School of Nursing grads
posted a first time pass rate of 93% on the 2012
NCLEX-RN exam. The 2011 pass rate was 92%.
First time pass rate for 2011 was 92%.
TAMIU Helps Students with Scholarships.
TAMIU awarded $2.92 million in 
scholarships to
Laredo’s 2012 high school graduates to assist
them throughout their four years of University
Bragging Rights
As this year ends, we share
some of TAMIU’s most notable
accomplishments. Visit links for
expanded news on each entry.
TAMIU Recognized for Efficiency
— TAMIU is
one of 16 colleges and universities nationwide
recognized by
University Business
Models of Efficiency program, for its innovative
approaches to streamlining higher education
operations through tech
process improvements.
DOE Research Shows TAMIU Among U.S.’s
Lowest Net-Priced Universities
— Research
findings by the U.S. Department of Education
indicate that among public, four-year or above
universities, TAMIU has one of the nation’s
lowest net prices.
TAMIU Named State’s 2011 Top Public
Institution Higher Ed Producer of Degrees for
— The Texas Higher Education Journal
named TAMIU the State’s number one public
institution of higher education for producing the
largest number of Latino graduates.
TAMIU Cited by National Researchers
‘Robust’ Assessment Practices
Researchers from the National Institute for
Learning Outcomes Assessment  (NILOA)
recognized TAMIU as a featured institution in its
report “Using Assessment Results: Promising
Practices of Institutions That Do It Well.”