Texas A&M University is proud to boast a large and vibrant student life that revolves around our sprawling, 5,200-acre campus. You’ll be able to find things to keep you busy throughout the school year, right here on campus!
If you want to see the best athletes in the world compete on a high level, find an Aggie sporting event. Texas A&M is a proud member of the Southeastern Conference and is host to 16 NCAA Division I teams competing in football, volleyball, soccer, baseball and more.
Spend your Saturday tailgating and cheering on the Aggie football team at Kyle Field, catch a doubleheader of baseball at Blue Bell Park, cheer on the men’s or women’s basketball teams at Reed Arena or support the soccer team at Ellis Field.
If you’re visiting on a weekend in the fall, you can visit Midnight Yell, a tradition before every home game where Corps of Cadets Yell Leaders take students and visitors through a series of yells to BTHO our next day’s opponent.
Students can purchase a Student Sports Pass and visitors can buy tickets to events either through our box offices or online.
Memorial Student Center
The Memorial Student Center is the hub of student activity on campus. It contains art galleries, eating facilities, a Barnes & Noble, a bank, piano practice rooms and The Flag Room, the student hang out on campus.
The MSC is a living memorial honoring Aggies past, present and future that have lost their lives during battle. As such, those entering the building are asked to remove their hats and those traveling outside are asked not to walk on the grass surrounding the building.
Grab a Bite!
Texas A&M is home to unique dining hall options and national chains to satisfy your culinary desires. Dining spots are scattered across campus, meaning you’re never far from a fresh bite.
If you’re looking for food that’s vegetarian, vegan, gluten-free, soy-free or satisfies another dietary restriction, we’ve got you covered. No matter what you want or when you want it, Texas A&M has something to fill you up.
There are always events going on around campus. While you’re in town, make sure to check out any on-campus events that interest you.