Experience Campus

Experience Campus

Learn what in-person and virtual options prospective graduate and professional students have for visiting Texas A&M University’s campus in Bryan-College Station.

Explore the Bryan-College Station, Texas, Campus

Howdy! We want you to get to know Texas A&M's Bryan-College Station campus a bit better. This is where you’ll find many of our master’s and doctoral degree programs and the Graduate and Professional School. To explore our other locations, visit Living in Aggieland.

An aerial panorama photo of Texas A&M’s campus in Bryan-College Station, Texas
An aerial panorama photo of Texas A&M’s campus in Bryan-College Station, Texas


You can explore the best of Aggieland from anywhere in the world, thanks to our virtual tour. Start to see yourself on campus as you watch 360° videos of iconic spaces at Texas A&M — this is where you’ll live, learn and participate in the time-honored traditions that bring the Aggie family together. It’s one of the best ways to learn why Texas A&M could be the perfect fit for you to earn your graduate or professional degree.


Ready to Visit Aggieland?

Visiting Texas A&M is a memorable experience. From the minute you arrive on campus until the second you leave, you'll be surrounded by the welcoming spirit of Aggieland. Register for an in-person or virtual visit today!

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With customizable layers and a deep search function, the interactive campus map can help you find buildings, explore statues and fountains, take a virtual tour or find the nearest coffee shop.



The official Texas A&M campus map is developed and maintained by the Office of Mapping and Space Information and the Department of Geography. It supports building, parking and point-of-interest search in addition to wayfinding.


Looking for a Different Location?

Some colleges and schools at Texas A&M have their primary or secondary campuses in cities across Texas. Many of these campuses offer specialized programs that take advantage of their location. Visit Living in Aggieland to start exploring them now.


What’s Happening in Grad Aggieland

Aggie Voice


This past spring, I was walking through the main hall of the MSC and I stumbled upon the Nepalese Student Association. I struck up a conversation with a few of the members and started to learn a little bit more about Nepal. Personally, I have always been fascinated by Mt Everest, yet, I knew little else about what Nepal had to offer. I had let them know that I was traveling to the middle east, Doha, Qatar to be specific to intern at Texas A@M University at Qatar and had an interest in Nepal...

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An Ode to Summer College Station

Summer College Station is sadly coming to an end, and as a way to say my goodbye to being able to park at the front of lot 50 consistently, I wrote this little poem. Enjoy the lack of undergrads on campus while you can! @ How I would long for...

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Missing Texas

Texas has been my home for 21 years. Spending three months abroad has been an incredible experience, but there are a few things I miss about God@s Country.@

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Texas A&M Graduate Students Attend Science and Public Policy Workshop in Washington, D.C.  

Four Texas A&M doctoral students were selected to travel to the nation’s capital for a professional development workshop on science and public policy. Serina DeSalvio (Genetics & Genomics), Dallas Freitas (Chemistry), Alaya Keane (Ecology & Conservation Biology) and Molly McClung (Biomedical Sciences) attended the Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering (CASE) annually-held event, hosted by the American Association for the Advancement of Science, from April 14-17.   

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The grad school arc

If you’re just starting your Ph.D., especially in a STEM field, Serina talks in her latest post about the differences between each year of a 5-year Ph. D. program.

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Deep Learning for Molecular Geometry and Property Analysis

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