The TAMUG Dive Program supports many undersea programs involved in Scientific Research, Academic Training, Dive Safety, Equipment Operations, and Sport Diving that the ocean-focused TAMUG campus has to offer. In addition, the The TAMUG Dive Program supports scientific diving operations conducted by faculty on the Texas A&M University College Station campus. On an annual basis, the TAMUG Dive Program facilities scientific and educational activities through undergraduate courses, continuing educational and training programs, and safety oversight, at both regional and global locations.
Leadership for the TAMUG Dive Program is an enthusiastic group of faculty and staff, who operate with a full dive locker with facilities for gear storage and maintenance, breathing gas compressor and fill system, and administrative spaces that are a source of pride and enjoyment for students and their families, former students, faculty, staff, the entire TAMU system, and the community.
The TAMUG Dive Program seeks to become the best research, educational, and dive training facility on the Gulf Coast to support the broader academic mission of Texas A&M University.
On 8 September 2016, The Diving Control Board approved a new TAMUG Diving Safety Manual for use by members of the TAMUG Dive Program. It also has updated forms forms and list of the appendices, with many new resources to help address the research and educational needs of the growing TAMUG Dive Program.
A NAUI First Aid and Nitroc Course are scheduled for November. Click here for more information, or browse to "Upcoming Safety Courses" under the "Resources" option in the Main Menu above.