The search committee looking for the next A&M president asked, and thousands in the Aggie family have answered with their opinions about the search.
The survey runs through this month, but as of now, more than 6,000 have answered the questions about what they hope to get in a new president.
The average respondent lives in Texas and is a former student who graduated since 1970.
The most popular response on what the next president should have is Aggie core values, and the most important issue facing the student experience at A&M is maintaining excellence, but at a reasonable cost.
A link to the survey results so far is below this story.
To voice your opinion on the search in person, head to Rudder Theatre Friday at 3:30 p.m.
The search committee is letting you provide input on the search and learn more about the process.
In Dallas earlier in the day, a similar meeting will be held for Aggies there to speak out.
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