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Texas Target Communities Program is a service learning program and university-wide community engagement initiative of the College of Architecture, the Department of Landscape Architecture and Urban Planning and the Public Partnership & Outreach at Texas A&M University.

For over 25 years, faculty and students have been working alongside local governments and community stakeholders to create sustainable communities across Texas. 


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Taking cues from numerous university- and extension- based programs around the United States, the updated TxTC program seeks to be a collaborative effort between members of the Texas A&M University System and other state agencies established to support the improvement of Texas communities.


TxTC is an affiliate of the Educational Partnerships for Innovation in Communities - Network (EPIC-N), a growing network of educational institutions across the globe using the EPIC Model to partner existing course work and university human capital with the needs of local governments, and communities, to improve quality of life. Learn more about other network programs at EPIC-N.


The Texas Target Communities Program has had a busy and exciting five years! We are pleased to highlight the work we've accomplished alongside communities across the state with faculty and students. You can learn more at Five Year Review 2013 - 2018