A New Academic Complex for Galveston
Enrollment of students pursuing marine and maritime studies at Texas A&M University at Galveston has been steadily increasing for years. To best serve our students, we need your help to create an environment worthy of an Aggie education. The new complex will serve all degrees offered on the Galveston campus. It will be home to innovative chemistry, physics and geographic information systems labs and modern classrooms designed around small collaborative learning groups.
"Like the flagship campus in College Station, Texas A&M’s branch campus in Galveston is experiencing tremendous growth and development. This new building will further solidify Texas A&M at Galveston’s reputation as one of the premiere marine-oriented campuses in the nation."
— Texas A&M University President Michael K. Young
In addition to supporting students’ needs, the building’s architects incorporated elements of wellness in their design concepts, such as natural light, broad corridors, quiet rest areas and beautiful gathering spaces to welcome visitors.
With the combination of hands-on instruction and the innovation of this complex, they will have opportunities that few gain from an undergraduate program.
Translating Classroom Experiences...
Into Real World Impacts
401 GEORGE BUSH DRIVE
COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS 77840-2811
TEL (800) 392-3310, (979) 845-8161
FAX (979) 845-3973
The TAMUG Excellence Fund is a permanent endowment which will support campus projects as approved by the Texas A&M University at Galveston Executive Administrative team.
To make an online contribution to Texas A&M University at Galveston, visit txamfoundation.com/SupportTAMUG.
For more information about giving opportunities that support Texas A&M University at Galveston’s Academic Complex, contact:
Senior Director of Development
Texas A&M University at Galveston
Texas A&M University at Galveston requires all students to take courses in science, but because of the large volume of science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) degrees we issue, many of our students require fundamental physical science labs as part of their degree programs.
"This state-of-the-art facility will add new dimensions to our campus. The architects understood our needs perfectly and created a hybrid space that will support a suite of different learning uses throughout the hours of the day, from formal lecture delivery, to modern collaborative learning sessions and 21st century laboratory instruction, to open study environments."
— Dr. Patrick Louchouarn, Associate Vice President for Academic Affairs and Chief Academic Officer (TAMUG) and Associate Provost (TAMU)
Join us in our efforts to give our students the tools they need to excel in our Academic Complex.
Texas A&M University has committed to growing its Galveston campus by adding new facilities. Through donor support, this Academic Complex will equip our students and faculty with the best technology, laboratories and classroom space—all required to learn and conduct leading edge research in this vibrant maritime and marine environment. Your gift will have a lasting impact as our future graduates go on to support the everevolving needs of our region, our state, our nation and the world.
Through various naming opportunities identified and included in this brochure, former students, corporations, families, classes and friends can include their names or memorialize a loved one as a permanent part of the Academic Complex by funding a lobby, laboratory, classroom space, student gathering area, office suite or rooftop terrace.
Once you have made the decision to graciously commit to one of the naming opportunities listed in this brochure, your generosity will be recognized in a tasteful architectural display that pays tribute to your commitment to Texas A&M University.
The three phases of the Academic Complex include:
Phase 1 – Academic Building
Phase 2 – Large Lecture Hall and Support Space
Phase 3 – Learning Commons.