There are a million reasons why I am so proud to be an alumnus of Texas A&M University. Those of you who haven't experienced the excitement of Aggieland and the spoken and unspoken kinship we share with other Aggies won't understand, so I won't bother with an explanation (outsiders not "getting it" is part of the aforementioned reasons). I can now add this to my already growing Why I Love Being an Aggie list.
Texas A&M University now ranks No. 1 in "Smart Money" magazine's national ratings for "payback ratio"—the earnings levels of an institution's graduates compared to what they paid in tuition, fees and related costs for their undergraduate educations.
In other words, Harvard Smarvard. Even though other colleges charge much more in tuition, Aggie grads will make high salaries.
You can read the story here.
Can I get a Whoop!