As Texas A&M University continues to grow, these renovation and construction projects will provide state-of-the-art facilities on and off the College Station flagship campus to improve learning experiences, attract future generations to Aggieland and take the Texas A&M brand to new heights.
The Aggie Park project will transform 20 acres outside of Kyle Field into an “outdoor Memorial Student Center.” The revamped green space will include a lake, exercise trails, an amphitheater and a new events facility to give students and visitors alike ample room for study, recreation and tailgating.
Make an online gift to support Aggie Park.
For the first time in its history, the Bush School of Government and Public Service is now the only academic entity in the Allen Building. A renovation campaign is ongoing to transform the building into tomorrow’s learning environment for the world’s best public servants. Plans include providing two new student learning centers, a redesigned atrium and lobby, additional graduate student workspaces, and rebranding throughout to better tell the story of the school and its namesake.
Business Education Complex
By 2024, Mays Business School proposes an expansion and renovation of the Wehner Building to a new Business Education Complex that will further establish Texas A&M as a world leader in business education. Plans include leading-edge technology, a grand atrium, café, learning studios, and teaming and huddle spaces to advance connectivity, creativity and collaboration.
Support the Business Education Complex with an online gift.
The Gardens Phase II
Designs for the next 20 acres of The Gardens on West Campus are underway to continue its evolution into a premier outdoor space for teaching, research and community involvement. Features include a children’s garden, rose garden, learning center, and a resurrection of the Grove amphitheater for outdoor movies and events.
Give to The Gardens online.
The university’s Engineering Medicine (EnMed) program is expanding into Houston’s Texas Medical Center with a 5-acre complex called Innovation Plaza. The renovated 18-story Discovery Building contains classrooms, a makerspace for enhanced research and a state-of-the-art virtual reality instruction lab for EnMed students, while two future buildings will be dedicated to student housing, office spaces and retail areas.
Small Animal Hospital
A campaign is ongoing to update and expand the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences’ existing Small Animal Hospital, which was designed in 1981 when educational methods were less collaborative and specialization in veterinary medicine was in its infancy.
Support the construction of the Small Animal Hospital.
Upper Texas Coast Sea Turtle Hospital and Educational Outreach Center
This proposed 24,000-square-foot facility at Texas A&M University at Galveston will serve stranded, ill and injured sea turtles as part of ongoing conservation efforts to protect these endangered creatures. It will be equipped with two hospital wards, a veterinary clinic, overnight facilities for caretakers, resident turtle tanks and numerous educational exhibits for visitors.
Give online to the center's construction.