Galveston Campus


April 16

Student Government Association (SGA) Petitions Due

Regiment Awards Day Parade and Awards Ceremony

April 17

Day of Silence

Aggie/Cougar Update

Aggie Ring Day

Spring Fest

April 18

Fine Arts Showcase

April 20

TAMUG Student Research Symposium

For more information about these Events,  please visit our Campus Calendar.

Campus News

CASE Awards Texas A&M Galveston's Marketing and Communications Department Wins Two First Place CASE Awards
The Texas A&M University at Galveston Office of Marketing and Communications took first place in the categories of Best Institutional Identity Marketing Program...

rollercoasterNew NASA-Texas A&M-Galveston App Allows Public To Track Seaweed Hitting Texas Coast
Working with NASA scientist, Texas A&M University at Galveston researchers unveiled today a first-of-its kind app to track seaweed – technically called sargassum...

rollercoaster‘Monster’ Hurricanes Have Hit New England For 2,000 Years
A new study shows that the American Northeastern seaboard has been hit by dozens of “monster” hurricanes over the past 2,000 years, many of them dwarfing...

MerrellDr. Bill Merrell receives BAHEP’s 2015 Quasar Award
The Bay Area Houston Economic Partnership honored Dr. Bill Merrell, the George P. Mitchell ’40 chair in Marine Sciences at Texas A&M University at Galveston, with its prestigious 2015 Quasar...

Signing of MOATexas A&M Galveston partners with Copenhagen Business School
Texas A&M University at Galveston and the Copenhagen Business School in Denmark have signed a Memorandum of Agreement that will allow between 15 and 25 students to attend classes at each university...

System SealTexas A&M System Announces Commitment to Expand College Access at White House Event
Texas A&M University System Chancellor John Sharp today joins President Obama, the First Lady and Vice President Biden, along with hundreds of other higher education leaders, to announce a commitment to help...

Items Of Interest

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.