Public Notice: Board of Regents to hold hearing regarding proposed changes in tuition and fees for
Texas A&M University at Galveston on November 6, 2014. For more information Click Here.

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October 31
Breast Cancer Awareness Month

Domestic Violence Awareness Month

Fall Fest

TSC Halloween Costume Contest

Dia Del Los Muertos

November 1
Diabetes Awareness Month


Corps Trip

November 2
Diabetes Awareness Month

Dia de Los Muertos (Day of the Dead)

November 3
Diabetes Awareness Month

Dia Del Los Muertos

November 4
Diabetes Awareness Month

Governor's Executive Development Program

November 5
Diabetes Awareness Month

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

Campus News

Linton and seaweedTexas A&M-Galveston Researchers Tackling Stinky Seaweed Problem
Researchers at Texas A&M University at Galveston have a use for the hundreds of tons of stinky seaweed that have washed up on the Louisiana - Texas beaches...

New TMA Residence HallsTexas A&M University and Hunt Companies Partner on $45 Million Cadet Residence Hall
El Paso-based Hunt Companies [“Hunt”] and Texas A&M University at Galveston have entered into definitive agreements for the design, development and construction of the proposed 612-bed, $45 million...

Terry Foundation Scholars - First GroupTexas A&M Galveston Welcomed the Inaugural Class of Terry Foundation Scholars on Campus
The inaugural class of Terry Scholars were greeted on Thursday June 19th as part of the freshman new student conference. The students were selected based on essays and a highly competitive interview process. Each student...

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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.