Texas A&M University
Mays Business School
Mays Business School is located in the E.L. Wehner building, a first-class facility on the Texas A&M campus. The building features state-of-the art classrooms and computer labs, including the Reliant Energy Trading Center.
The Wehner building is conveniently located next to the West Campus Library, which houses the university’s business collection. The library is open 24 hours a day during the week and offers a knowledgeable research staff as well as an abundance of resources, including over 50 business-specific online databases.
Texas A&M University
Texas A&M University is a world leader in teaching, research and public service. It is the nation’s fifth largest university, with an enrollment of more than 45,000 students. Texas A&M also ranks in the top 15 nationwide in research and development spending. These funded research projects provide a source of support for many Texas A&M graduate students, including MBA students employed as graduate assistants. The university offers a full range of high-quality support services for students.
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The Texas A&M MBA Program is located in the Wehner building. There are several computer labs available to students, as well as team breakout rooms and a graduate student lounge.
Texas A&M MBA Programs enjoy the convenience of a café within a few yards of the Wehner building: next door in the Biochemistry and Biophysics Building (“Bio/Bio” for short), is the Ag Café, a food court featuring a Chick-fil-a, Tomato Express, and Which ‘Wich, as well as other dining options.
Memorial Student Center (MSC)
The Memorial Student Center serves as a living memorial to Aggies that lost their lives in the World Wars.
The MSC houses three art galleries, three eating facilities, a post office, a bookstore, many meeting rooms, an eight-lane bowling ally, a pool hall, an arcade, a seventy-room hotel, and the Flag Room. The Flag Room, also known as the “living room of Texas A&M,” is a place where students gather to study, meet friends, have meetings, or just to take a nap between classes.
Important note: The MSC is currently closed until Fall 2012 for extensive renovations. For more information, visit msclivingtradition.tamu.edu.
MSC OPAS (Opera and Performing Arts Society) at Texas A&M University presents professional productions of theatre, music and dance programs, held on campus in the Rudder Theatre.
Each year OPAS brings a wide variety of shows to College Station from major cities, including ballets, plays, musicals, and symphonies. Some past performances have included Madame Butterfly, Macbeth, Stomp, La Boehm, Rent, Sleeping Beauty, Oklahoma, and many more.
George Bush Presidential Library and Museum
Texas A&M is home to the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum and the George Bush School of Government and Public Service. The museum reveals the unique influences and challenges which shaped George Herbert Walker Bush's life and presidency through artifacts, films, photographs, documents, music and interactive video.
The Bush Museum contains both a permanent exhibit on the former president's career, as well as space for temporary exhibits. Past exhibits have included the Ground Zero Flag, Women of Our Time artwork, a miniature replica of the White House, and various Smithsonian exhibits.
Students can visit the museum free of charge.
Student Health Services - Beutel Health Center
Student Health Services provides a wide variety of medical services for students including dermatology and physical therapy. Appointments are available Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.. Student Health Services also has its own pharmacy with discounted prescriptions for students.
Aggie football is a major source of pride for A&M students. Students can buy pre-sale tickets that go on their fee statements at http://mysportspass.tamu.edu. Student tickets are also usually available on an individual game basis (depending on the popularity of the game).
Students (in the students’ section of seating) typically stand during the entire game.
General public tickets (no standing required) can be purchased on an individual game basis from the 12th Man Foundation Ticket Office.
Other athletic events
Students can purchase an “All-Sports Pass” option that grants access to football games as well as all other home sporting events, including soccer, volleyball, basketball, baseball, softball, track, swimming/diving, tennis, and golf. For more information on athletics at Texas A&M visit http://www.aggieathletics.com/ and http://mysportspass.tamu.edu.
Student Recreation Center
Students at A&M enjoy free access to the Student Recreation Center. The Rec is equipped with an indoor track, courts for basketball, soccer, volleyball, badminton, racquetball, handball, and rock-climbing, as well as a weight room with cardio machines, free weights, weight machines, and free motion machines.
Outdoor activities include sand volleyball, basketball, and swimming pools. Also available are fitness classes including yoga, kickboxing, step aerobics, water aerobics, abs and back classes, cycling, and dance. In addition, The Rec offers personal training, healthy living lectures, marathon training, and massage therapy.
The Rec offers intramural sports for each semester. Many MBAs enjoy getting an intramural team together for:
- indoor or outdoor soccer
- flag football
- dodge ball
- table tennis