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**We highly recommend that you take the survey using a desktop, laptop or tablet computer. Mobile devices such as smartphones may not show some of the questions properly.

Prizes

Five winners chosen each week through April 30, 2017.  Complete the survey and be entered to win a $50 gift card from area businesses.

The sooner you complete the survey, the more chances you have to win!
 
Jeremiah Pittman
"The gift card should encourage you to take the survey!" - Jeremiah Pittman, Liberal Arts
Amanda Lampley
"The survey is good. The inputs is appreciated. That's why I do that." - Amanda Lampley, Geosciences
Rebecca Doncov
"It doesn't take very long to complete the survey, but it's an easy way to let yourself be heard." - Rebecca Doncov, Liberal Arts
Nicole James
"It's really a good way for students to get their opinions about A&M and make it better." - Nicole James, Geosciences
Erinne Crouthers
- Erinne Crouthers, Education & Human Development
Kristopher Keller
"The survey takes a little bit of your time, but winning the gift card is so awesome!" - Kristopher Keller, Science
Andrew Mora
"It's nice to be a freshman at Texa A&M, and have my voice heard." - Andrew Mora, Science
Sarah Camba
"This survey is really helpful. It helps your voice to be heard as a student." - Sarah Camba, Engineering
Jacob Jeffers
"I take the SERU survey every year, just because I want to give my feedback to A&M to make the school better. The gift card is a nice surprise!" - Jacob Jeffers, Mays Business School
Malory Martin
"The survey is easy to navigate. It helps improve A&M for future Aggies." - Malory Martin, Agriculture & Life Sciences
Renee Jones
"I think the survey is important. You get better understanding of where we are and where we are going." - Renee Jones, Agriculture & Life Sciences
Oscar Pena
"The survey was simple and quick, and with a great reward." - Oscar Pena, Architecture
Andrew Sawyers
"The survey provides good depth. It is good to know our opinions count. Thank you for the opportunity!" - Andrew Sawyers, Engineering
Kelby McMullen
"This survey is an easy and great way to share your opinion and help better our school." - Kelby McMullen, Liberal Arts
Joseph Wachsman
"I didn't need any incentives to take this survey - engineering students have all the free time in the world." - Joseph Wachsman, Engineering
Suzanna Seargeant
"The survey was so simple to take and is so beneficial to us as students at this university." - Suzanna Seargeant, Liberal Arts
Tyler Corder
"This Survey is a great way to better this institution for the next generations of Aggies." - Tyler Corder , Mays Business School
Lindsay Ward
"You can let others know what you think about our great university!" - Lindsay Ward, Agriculture & Life Sciences
Angelica Patton
"It was quick and simple." - Angelica Patton, General Studies
Javier Cantu
"Never did I think I would win something, but this survey gave me that chance. I highly recommend taking it since it's easy as 1, 2, 3!"
- Javier Cantu, Veterinary Med & Biomedical Sciences
Mallory Gibson
"The survey was a great way to share my opinions about my experience here with the school." - Mallory Gibson, Mays Business School
Meredith Jaksik
"The survey doesn't take too long and it is really great knowing that you have a chance to win a gift card from it." - Meredith Jaksik, Education & Human Development
Kayla Faulkenberry
"I enjoy helping out other Aggies and this survey was a wonderful way to do so!" - Kayla Faulkenberry, Science
Ryan Crawford
"Taking the survey is an easy way to help Texas A&M improve for future generations of Aggies." - Ryan Crawford, Liberal Arts
Erika Maleski
"I'm glad to give my imput to help improve Texas A&M even more. I love my school and I can't wait to see it grow." - Erika Maleski, Mays Business School
Taylor Hansen
"After taking Survey Making classes, I understand the importance of getting individuals to participate in surveys. I wanted to improve A&M." - Taylor Hansen, Agriculture & Life Sciences
Alison Carriker
"Feedback helps our university know how we feel about our campus and it is important we have a chance to give input!" - Alison Carriker, Veterinary Med & Biomedical Sciences
Chan Chea
"The survey is a great opportunity to share my undergraduate experience with other people." - Chan Chea, Engineering
Catherine Dawson
"The Survey was an easy way to provide valuable feedback for the university." - Catherine Dawson, Architecture
Alexandra Williams
"You should do it! You could win a Barnes & Nobles giftcard!" - Alexandra Williams, General Studies
Luxjoria Thibodeaux
"The survey is quick, easy, and can better your experience at Texas A&M. You also have the opportunity to win a gift card!!! I did, you can too!!!" - Luxjoria Thibodeaux, Science
Madison Haas
"The survey is a great way to make TAMU a better university (even if it is the best in the nation!) WHOOP!" - Madison Haas, Education & Human Development
Justin Nicholas
"I was always grateful to give my opinion about the university. I believe the Aggie SERU is a great way to represent how students feel towards Texas A&M. Also, winning a prize was the icing on the cake. I am extremely grateful." - Justin Nicholas, Agriculture & Life Sciences
Chelsea Knape
"The survey was a great way to show the experience as an undergrad, and the fact I won a prize makes it even better! :) " - Chelsea Knape, Liberal Arts
Blaine Fontana
"The survey is a quick and easy way to give back to the school. Everyone should give it a try." - Blaine Fontana, Mays Business School
Melissa Brumley
"The survey was well organized and gave me a voice here at Texas A&M. I felt like I was actually being listened to. " - Melissa Brumley, Veterinary Med & Biomedical Sciences
Dylan Sanderson
The survey didn't take very long to complete and I got a gift card out of it! - Dylan Sanderson, Galveston Campus
Lindsey Moyer
"This survey is very easy to take and does not take much time to do. Every opportunity matters." - Lindsey Moyer, Liberal Arts
Jocelyn Judge
"The survey is a great way to easily add your input to decisions made at Texas A&M. As students, we should all be active in this process. " - Jocelyn Judge, Geosciences
Mariana Flores
"The survey was quick & easy to do. It is a way for students to comment on how life at TAMU is going. " - Mariana Flores, Architecture
Laura Watson
"There's no reason not to take these surveys. They are quick and easy and you personally get to help your school improve!" - Laura Watson, Education & Human Development
Qishu Zhang
"The Survey provides valuable feedback necessary for improvements and change - take it! And then win a gift card!" - Qishu Zhang, Engineering
Joshua Fang
"Taking the survey is a great way to give your input to Texas A&M." - Joshua Fang, Education & Human Development
Melissa Grieve
"It's wonderful to know that A&M values the students opinions and strives to make a better campus for us." - Melissa Grieve, Agriculture & Life Sciences
Joseph Miesch
"This sruvey was worth your time and the gift card was certainly a great surprise!" - Joseph Miesch, Architecture
Marie Meizis
"Take the survey, super easy and quick. And who wouldn't want to help a fellow aggie and the university!" - Marie Meizis, Liberal Arts
Alyssa York
"The survey was simple and not too complicated. I liked putting in my voice about what I love about TAMU!" - Alyssa York, Science
Sarah Miller
"The survey was easy to take. Worth givng information to." - Sarah Miller, Agriculture & Life Sciences
Garrett English
"Just taking this quick survey can earn a few extra things for school!" - Garrett English, Architecture
Steven Baker
"The sruvey was simple and helpful. Glad I got to take it. " - Steven Baker, Mays Business School
Bailey Mikulencak
"The SERU survey gives students a chance to express their concerns or favorite parts about the undergraduate experience at Texas A&M." - Bailey Mikulencak, Veterinary Med & Biomedical Sciences
Kelsy Neystel
"Taking the survey is quick and easy to do!" - Kelsy Neystel, Education & Human Development
Carolina Perez
"The survey was  really easy and quick to do. Everyone should fill it out next time to put your input." - Carolina Perez, General Studies
Corey Gleichner
I believed that this survey would truely help Texas A&M University. Since this university has given me a foundation of which to base the rest of my life off, I wanted to be able to give back to it in any way possible. - Corey Gleichner, Liberal Arts
Janae Rapp
"Take the survey! Anything to help the school makes undergraduate research better!" - Janae Rapp, Science
Deborah Logan
"The survey brought back the memories or tough classes and great professors. The gift card was just a nice bonus." - Deborah Logan, Mays Business School
Harrison Emery
"The survey was really easy and definitely helpful for the university." - Harrison Emery, Engineering
Mattias Turner
"The survey is a quick and easy way to tell the university where you think they can improve and where you think they are doing a good job." - Mattias Turner, Engineering
Stephanie Czajkowski
"The survey is quick and easy. It benefits the university and could earn you a gift certificate as well." - Stephanie Czajkowski, Agriculture & Life Sciences
Miranda Rhodes
"The survey was pretty interesting. There is no loss in filling it out. :)" - Miranda Rhodes, Liberal Arts
Laura Malek
"Thank you, TAMU Aggie SERU for my Starbucks gift card. I encourage all students to give their feedback in the future to help all future Aggies!" - Laura Malek, Architecture
Jordan Brown
"Take the survey, help your professors and win a gift card!" - Jordan Brown, Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Craig Wolf
"You should take the SERU survey because it is how we as students let our voice and opinions be heard. it is how we do our part in improving and making Texas A&M a better place for future Aggies!" - Craig Wolf, Dwight Look College of Engineering
Abigail Barrientos
"It is a quick survey that can better our school. Plus you have a chance to get a gift card from it as well." - Abigail Barrientos, Agriculture and Life Sciences
Luke Hillin
"The SERU survey gives Texas A&M a unique opportunity to adapt to students needs by understanding more about us." - Luke Hillin, Mays Business School
Daniel Guo
"Physical incentives aside, taking this survey is one of the best ways to make your voice heard." - Daniel Guo, Dwight Look College of Engineering
Paige Harris
"The survey only took a few minutes, but winning the gift card was well worth the time." - Paige Harris, Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Alexis Appelquist
"The survey was a fairly quick way to voice my opinion and give feedback on our university." - Alexis Appelquist, Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Matthew Gaal
"The aggie SERU survey is a great way to make an impact on your education." - Matthew Gaal, Dwight Look College of Engineering
Timothy Broderick
"Taking the time to fill out this survey is a great way to help continually improve Texas A&M and the aggie experience for years to come." - Timothy Broderick, Agriculture and Life Sciences
Michael Wenzel
"Texas A&M has done an outstanding job at student involvement. I like how Texas A&M has great opportunities to lear and get abroad." - Michael Wenzel, Architecture
Shantavia Lowe
"Be heard! Take the survey because your voice matters!" - Shantavia Lowe, Mays Business School
Katelin Perlich
"The survey was super simple and it is a great way to keep Texas A&M the best university there is. The gift card was just another great bonus." - Katelin Perlich, Education and Human Development
Georgia Hansen
"I really enjoyed getting to have my opinion heard and taken into account." - Georgia Hansen, Agriculture and Life Sciences
Joycelyn Oparaodu
"The survey is a great way to give back to this university and provide feedback on your experience on this campus!" - Joycelyn Oparaodu, Mays Business School
Steven Mundt
"I think if everyone took this SERU survey, our university would benefit greatly from it. Plus, you could win prizes!" - Steven Mundt, Dwight Look College of Engineering
Khione Stevenson
"Out of 50,000 students at A&M, it's nice to be able to voice my opinion with a great chance of being heard." - Khione Stevenson, Education and Human Development
Eva Gilpin
The SERU is a great way for students to give feedback on their experience at A&M. It's quick and easy. - Eva Gilpin, Liberal Arts
Keith Tamborello
"The SERU survey is great for collecting data over time to see how the university is evolving." - Keith Tamborello, Agriculture and Life Sciences
Natalie Criscione
"This is a great way for the university to hear from its students!" - Natalie Criscione, Dwight Look College of Engineering
Kendra Wilhelm
- Kendra Wilhelm, Dwight Look College of Engineering
Rebecca Lehman
"It is a great way for TAMU to make the campus more comfortable for its students. The gift card is anice perk, too!" - Rebecca Lehman, Education and Human Development
Weston Gallo
The survey is a convenient way to express your thoughts. - Weston Gallo, Dwight Look College of Engineering
Kelci Miller
"I loved getting to share feedback with the university and having my voice heard!" - Kelci Miller, Geosciences
Brandon Crelia
It pays to do the survey! - Brandon Crelia, Architecture
Ashlyn Carroll
I think everyone should take this survey, not only for the cool prizes, but gives everyone a chance for their voice to be heard among the thousands of fellow ags! - Ashlyn Carroll, Education and Human Development
Monica Bales
I'm glad A&M cares about its students' thoughts. - Monica Bales, Dwight Look College of Engineering
Allison Hodde
The survey is easy and it gives students a way to voice their opinion. - Allison Hodde, Agriculture and Life Sciences
Elizabeth O'Brien
I thought that the survey asked critical qustions in order for Texas A&M to grow and better serve the students. - Elizabeth O'Brien, Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
April Ryan
I took this survey because it got my opinion out there and they value my opinion. - April Ryan, Education and Human Development
Juan Hector Puga (Grand Prize Winner)
The survey is simple and fast, can help your school, and you can even win a $300 gift card. So I say take it! - Juan Hector Puga (Grand Prize Winner), Dwight Look College of Engineering
Lauren Nowlin (Grand Prize Winner)
Aggie SERU is a great opportunity to give feedback to the school. The chance to win a $300 gift card is just an added bonus! - Lauren Nowlin (Grand Prize Winner), Science

Winners by Week


Week#13 2015

Juan Hector Puga (Grand Prize Winner), Dwight Look College of Engineering
Lauren Nowlin (Grand Prize Winner), Science

Week#12 2015

April Ryan, Education and Human Development
Elizabeth O'Brien, Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Katherine Cox, Mays Business School
Robin Crawford, Agriculture and Life Sciences
Xinyue Chang, Dwight Look College of Engineering

Week#11 2015

Adriana Lucero, Science
Allison Hodde, Agriculture and Life Sciences
Emily Hood, Mays Business School
Monica Bales, Dwight Look College of Engineering
Victoria Dusse, Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Week#10 2015

Ashlyn Carroll, Education and Human Development
Brandon Crelia, Architecture
Jake Slagle, Agriculture and Life Sciences
Kelci Miller, Geosciences
Weston Gallo, Dwight Look College of Engineering

Week#9 2015

Ashley Stephens, Galveston Campus
Briana Franklin, Science
Brianda OrtiZ, Education and Human Development
Claudia Shapiro, Agriculture and Life Sciences
Taylor Dimmitt, Liberal Arts

Week#8 2015

Andrew Hitscherich, Mays Business School
Elide Lopez, Liberal Arts
Larissa Hernandez, Science
Mallory Brown, Agriculture and Life Sciences
Rebecca Lehman, Education and Human Development

Week#7 2015

Branden Nettles, Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Kelly McRorey, Education and Human Development
Kelsi Acosta, Science
Kendra Wilhelm, Dwight Look College of Engineering
Melissa Valdez, Geosciences

Week#6 2015

Alex Gaines, Science
Eva Gilpin, Liberal Arts
Keith Tamborello, Agriculture and Life Sciences
Khione Stevenson, Education and Human Development
Natalie Criscione, Dwight Look College of Engineering

Week#5 2015

Edward Diaz, Science
Georgia Hansen, Agriculture and Life Sciences
Joycelyn Oparaodu, Mays Business School
Katelin Perlich, Education and Human Development
Steven Mundt, Dwight Look College of Engineering

Week#4 2015

Alexis Appelquist, Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Matthew Gaal, Dwight Look College of Engineering
Michael Wenzel, Architecture
Shantavia Lowe, Mays Business School
Timothy Broderick, Agriculture and Life Sciences

Week#3 2015

Chandler Bess, Science
Daniel Guo, Dwight Look College of Engineering
Emre Yurttas, Liberal Arts
Morgan Johnson, Education and Human Development
Paige Harris, Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Week#2 2015

Abigail Barrientos, Agriculture and Life Sciences
Craig Wolf, Dwight Look College of Engineering
Kelsey Mahoney, A&M Baylor College of Dentistry
Luke Hillin, Mays Business School
Molly McMurtry, Liberal Arts

Week#1 2015

Abigail Grant, Galveston Campus
Clemence Chapeaux, Dwight Look College of Engineering
Jordan Brown, Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences
Laura Malek, Architecture
Miranda Rhodes, Liberal Arts

Previous Year Winners...

Winners by College


A&M Baylor College of Dentistry

Kelsey Mahoney, Week#2, 2015

Agriculture and Life Sciences

Robin Crawford, Week#12, 2015
Allison Hodde, Week#11, 2015
Jake Slagle, Week#10, 2015
Claudia Shapiro, Week#9, 2015
Mallory Brown, Week#8, 2015
Keith Tamborello, Week#6, 2015
Georgia Hansen, Week#5, 2015
Timothy Broderick, Week#4, 2015
Abigail Barrientos, Week#2, 2015

Architecture

Brandon Crelia, Week#10, 2015
Michael Wenzel, Week#4, 2015
Laura Malek, Week#1, 2015

Dwight Look College of Engineering

Juan Hector Puga (Grand Prize Winner), Week#13, 2015
Xinyue Chang, Week#12, 2015
Monica Bales, Week#11, 2015
Weston Gallo, Week#10, 2015
Kendra Wilhelm, Week#7, 2015
Natalie Criscione, Week#6, 2015
Steven Mundt, Week#5, 2015
Matthew Gaal, Week#4, 2015
Daniel Guo, Week#3, 2015
Craig Wolf, Week#2, 2015
Clemence Chapeaux, Week#1, 2015

Education and Human Development

April Ryan, Week#12, 2015
Ashlyn Carroll, Week#10, 2015
Brianda OrtiZ, Week#9, 2015
Rebecca Lehman, Week#8, 2015
Kelly McRorey, Week#7, 2015
Khione Stevenson, Week#6, 2015
Katelin Perlich, Week#5, 2015
Morgan Johnson, Week#3, 2015

Galveston Campus

Ashley Stephens, Week#9, 2015
Abigail Grant, Week#1, 2015

Geosciences

Kelci Miller, Week#10, 2015
Melissa Valdez, Week#7, 2015

Liberal Arts

Taylor Dimmitt, Week#9, 2015
Elide Lopez, Week#8, 2015
Eva Gilpin, Week#6, 2015
Emre Yurttas, Week#3, 2015
Molly McMurtry, Week#2, 2015
Miranda Rhodes, Week#1, 2015

Mays Business School

Katherine Cox, Week#12, 2015
Emily Hood, Week#11, 2015
Andrew Hitscherich, Week#8, 2015
Joycelyn Oparaodu, Week#5, 2015
Shantavia Lowe, Week#4, 2015
Luke Hillin, Week#2, 2015

Science

Lauren Nowlin (Grand Prize Winner), Week#13, 2015
Adriana Lucero, Week#11, 2015
Briana Franklin, Week#9, 2015
Larissa Hernandez, Week#8, 2015
Kelsi Acosta, Week#7, 2015
Alex Gaines, Week#6, 2015
Edward Diaz, Week#5, 2015
Chandler Bess, Week#3, 2015

Veterinary Medicine and Biomedical Sciences

Elizabeth O'Brien, Week#12, 2015
Victoria Dusse, Week#11, 2015
Branden Nettles, Week#7, 2015
Alexis Appelquist, Week#4, 2015
Paige Harris, Week#3, 2015
Jordan Brown, Week#1, 2015