GeoX

Experience geosciences from the Texas A&M campus

GeoX students in the field

Geosciences Exploration Summer Program

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The Geosciences Exploration Summer Program, GeoX, provides students with non-stop presentations, workshops, and tours, and an up-close introcution to Aggieland

Texas A&M faculty, student counselors, and staff help give high school participants the ability to witness top-notch geoscientists researching every aspect of our environment – from the atmosphere to the ocean seafloor. 

Students have the opportunity to immerse themselves in the geosciences. Led by Texas A&M faculty experts, GeoX presentations cover everything from the Arctic to the Antarctic, into the trenches of the Pacific Ocean, even to learning about rovers on Mars, from launching a weather balloon, to talking to a paleontologist.

High schoolers learn the connection of the environment to causes, mitigation strategies, and scientific patterns associated with public health crises. 

The GeoX experience is the perfect introduction to the geosciences, Aggieland, and the Aggie Network – the strongest network of students and former students in the country. 

What will it cost? Nothing.

How to Apply

If you will be a student in high school by August 31, 2022, you are eligible to apply for GeoX 2022.  Keep in mind that strong interest statements will make you a more engaged participant

To apply, submit the following credentials online:

  • GeoX applications are currently closed
  • Statement of interest (350 words)
  • Contact information for references (no letters)
  • PSAT/SAT or ACT scores, if known
  • Evidence of a well-rounded mix of school, community and volunteer activities

Got a question about GeoX? Ask one of our recruiters

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