April 21

April 23
Leadership Banquet

April 25
Faculty/Staff Awards Ceremony & Reception

April 29
Redefined Day - Attend Friday Classes

April 30
Reading Day

May 1
Midnight Breakfast

Reading Day

May 2

Counselor Day

Campus News

WaterworthFormer Port of Houston Executive Director joins the faculty at Texas A&M University at Galveston
Colonel Len Waterworth joins Texas A&M University at Galveston as an executive professor in the Department of Maritime Administration starting in the summer of 2014. Colonel Waterworth will also...

shipwreckThree mystery ships to be explored off Galveston
On April 16, 17 and 24, Texas A&M University at Galveston’s research scientists, archaeologists and students will join experts from National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), the Bureau of Ocean Energy...

Brody and studentsTexas A&M Galveston researchers seeking to improve life in coastal regions.
Their names are Alicia, Rita and Ike. There’s even one known by the number 1900. These and other hurricanes have killed thousands of people, destroyed scores of buildings and wreaked havoc on Texas and the nation...

oill spill birdGalveston Oil Spill Threatens Wildlife During Migration Season
The barge that collided with another vessel in Galveston Bay Saturday was carrying 900,000 gallons of thick oil that began spilling into the waters which are home to a large population of birds...

Items Of Interest

turtle cam

Turtle Cam
The TAMUG Sea Life Facility offers a place, where the public can learn more about the lives of and threats to sea turtles, and what they can do to help. Turtles can be viewed from the facility's outreach center before they are returned to the waters of the Gulf of Mexico. To view the Turtle Cam Click Here.

Got your 6Got Your 6 in Texas: Military Friendly Starts Here
In the military, “Got your 6” means “Got your back.” The national Got Your 6 campaign ( was launched in 2012 by a coalition of nonprofit service groups and an array of Hollywood celebrities and industry leaders. The goal is to “bridge the civilian-military divide” and to enhance support for our military and veterans and their families, through six “Pillars” ranging from health to education.

The Texas A&M University System and its eleven universities were among the first 50 institutions of higher education to sign the Got Your 6 Education Pillar pledge of support for veterans.