About the Office
Dr. R. Bowen Loftin is the 24th president of Texas A&M University. A former student and faculty member of Texas A&M, Loftin has served his alma mater in a number of capacities. Before his appointment as president, he served as the Vice President and Chief Executive Officer of Texas A&M University's branch campus in Galveston, Texas where he was also a Professor of Maritime Systems Engineering.
Past presidents of Texas A&M
Past presidents of Texas A&M range from former governors and legislators to professors and researchers. Some have guided the university through the nation's darkest hours, some have helped further Texas A&M as a national and international leader in teaching and research.
- Learn more about the history of the office of president.
The President's Home
The first President's Home at Texas A&M was built in 1893 for President Lawrence Sullivan Ross. After it was destroyed by fire in 1963, the current home was built for President James Earl Rudder. Featuring a combination of elegance and informality, much of it was donated by former students and other friends of Texas A&M.
- Explore both President's Homes inside and out.