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.
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.
At Texas A&M, we stand together on the front lines of society's greatest challenges to secure a healthier, more sustainable, and more livable world. We are all Aggies, and we are fearless on every front.
Now, more than ever, Texas A&M University at Galveston (TAMUG) relies on the generosity of individuals, corporations, and foundations to support the many vital programs and activities of our campus. Texas A&M University at Galveston students are fortunate to be pursuing an education which stresses the importance of the ocean to our way of life. The region, state, nation, and world prosper when our graduates apply their maritime and marine knowledge, research and experiential learning.
Enrollment at Texas A&M University at Galveston is at an all-time high. Several new buildings are either under construction or will have groundbreaking shortly. We need to continue to grow our campus by adding new infrastructure, leading faculty and innovative programs. Opportunities to support our students, faculty, programs and facilities are available to our loyal backers. Your support today will have an immediate impact on our current and future students.
To discuss how you can support TAMUG, please, contact us.
Senior Director of Development
Office: (409) 741-4030
Cell: (409) 502-1181
Office: (409) 740-4446
Fax: (409) 740-4407
Jason W. Morton ’04, M.Ed. ‘10
Manager of Development Communications
Office: (409) 740-4929
Cell: (979) 229-9250
Fax: (409) 740-4407