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College Station, TX: What you need to know

Looking to move to College Station? College Station, home to Texas A&M University, is the 16th largest city in Texas. Named one of the most educated cities in the U.S. by Money magazine for several consecutive years, College Station has a low unemployment rate and major employers that contribute to a thriving business climate. The city's biggest attraction remains the George W. Bush Presidential Library, but with museums, wineries and family-friendly activities, there's never a shortage of fun things to do.


College Station, TX City Profile

Quick Facts

Population 101,141
Median Age 23
Median Household Income $34,186
Median Home Price $185,800
Walkscore 31

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College Station, TX Demographics

Median Population in College Station, TX

Median Age 22.5%
Age 18 Over 84.2%
Age 21 Over 62.6%
Age 62 Over 6.7%
Age 65 Over 5.4%

Race in College Station, TX

  Ethnicity White 78.6%
  Ethnicity Black 7.2%
  Ethnicity Asian 9.4%
  Ethnicity Hispanic 14.7%
  Ethnicity Indian 0.2%
  Ethnicity Other 2.2%

Population By Gender in College Station, TX

  Male 51%
  Female 49%

Language in College Station, TX

  English Only 79.8%
  English Other 20.2%

Economics in College Station, TX

  Median Household Income $34,186
  Median Home Price $185,800
  Homes Owned 64.9%
  Homes Rent 35.1%
  Median Property Rent $904

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Commute Types in College Station, TX

  Walked 5%
  Worked at Home 2.5%
  Public Transportation 3.9%
  Other Means 2.9%
  Drove Alone 76.2%
  Carpooled 9.5%

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Total Employed Armed Forces: 105
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