Our campus really is a window to the sea.
Texas A&M University at Galveston is of, for and by the sea. Our island campus is the perfect setting to study both the nature and business of the sea and adjacent coastline. By supporting the campus you ensure that we continue to grow and evolve to meet the physical and technological needs of our students. Gifts from former students, corporations, foundations, parents and other friends of TAMUG in large part determine the future of this great university. We invite you to choose exactly how your gifts will advance Texas A&M University at Galveston.
Our students are the lifeblood of this campus. You can help shape their futures by providing scholarship funding. More than half of our students need financial assistance. A scholarship enables them to concentrate on the most important part of the college experience – learning. Scholarships are the best way to directly impact the life of a student or students. Scholarships and fellowships help attract students with proven academic credentials, leadership and potential. Endowed scholarships ensure that your generosity continues in perpetuity. While most donors choose to create an endowed gift, you may also choose to fund an annual scholarship.
The best and brightest faculty members promote success. When you invest in our faculty, you are providing the extra resources needed to ensure that we recruit, support, and retain leading faculty members. Private support affords them greater opportunities, which ultimately allows them the best opportunity to impart their knowledge. Your support for our faculty can take many forms, including Endowed Chairs and Endowed Professorships. Your contribution ensures that the faculty of Texas A&M University at Galveston is among the very best.
You could choose to restrict your gift to a specific program or department. This allows a department to use the funds for specific program priorities. Exceptional programs attract and retain exceptional faculty, who, in turn, attract the best graduate and undergraduate students.
Support for the campus may come in the form of a contribution to the construction of a new facility, the outfitting of a laboratory, the donation of a boat, or even the addition of a collection of works to the library. Capital support to improve the learning and living environment for our Sea Aggies through the building of new facilities and the maintenance and renovation of existing buildings is vital to our future.
An outstanding television and movie theater spot was released recently. It will make you proud to be a member of this “Sea Aggie” family.
First viewed at the 2012 Aggie Muster in Galveston, this video is a slideshow of TAMUG photos going back 50 years. Created by William Quillen '11.