Discover TAMUG! Schedule your Tour Today.

Experience our campus! Touring our campus is a great way for you to learn a lot about our campus in a short amount of time and you'll get information directly from our experts - current Aggie students! We offer tours on Monday and Friday at 10a.m. and Wednesday at 2p.m. throughout most of the year.

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The tour begins in the Sea Aggie Center (3026) with a presentation including information on admissions, financial aid, academic programs, and the Corps of Cadets followed by a walking tour of campus. Please do not schedule a visit on any of the blocked days below. If you need to schedule a visit at a different day or time outside the Monday or Friday at 10:00 a.m. or Wensday at 2p.m., please call our admissions main line (409.740.4422).

Group Tours

Please do not schedule GROUP TOURS using the above on-line page.

Group tours are offered for large groups (limited to 60 students) on Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday mornings starting at 10a.m. Call 409.740.4487 or e-mail the Group Tour Coordinator Ashley Garland at with the desired date, time, and number in group. Not all dates are available and we book up quickly so please make your arrangements as soon as possible!

Campus tours are not available on Saturday, Sunday or:

December 24-January 2 - Christmas Break
January 19, 2015 - Martin Luther King Jr. Day
March 19-20, 2015 - Spring Break Holiday


Directions to the Mitchell Campus on Pelican Island: Take I-45 south from Houston, which runs directly into Broadway Blvd in Galveston. Turn left at 51st Street intersection (two blocks past McDonalds). Follow 51st street over the Harborside overpass and over the Galveston ship channel bridge. You will see the main entrance to our campus immediately to the right after you exit the bridge but do not use the main entrance. Continue on 51st Street (now called Sea Wolf Parkway) until you reach the next intersection (Texas Clipper Road) and turn right. Follow Texas Clipper Road to the SEA AGGIE CENTER, 1001 Texas Clipper Road. Visitor parking is directly in front of the building.