Students must be organized into groups prior to arrival with one chaperone for every 10 students. Chaperones are expected to stay with the group always are responsible for the behavior of students.
If you have scheduled other activities on campus, such as dining or self-guided tours, please provide us with your itinerary. We want to help make your day run smoothly!
For the safety of all visitors, groups must submit a roster of all participants one week before their visit.
Please arrive on time. Scheduled activities may be shortened or cancelled for groups arriving more than 15 minutes late.
For Fall 2021, an official group visit consists of a campus walking tour, plus an admissions presentation for indicated times only. Tours begin at the Appelt Aggieland Visitor Center in Rudder Tower, but may be cancelled or moved due to inclement weather.
Groups interested in eating on campus may contact Texas A&M Dining Services
to arrange lunch at Duncan Dining Hall or another on-campus dining facility.
Additional Visit Options
Self-guided tours of the following locations are available for visitors to see more of our vibrant campus:Leach Teaching Gardens
: A beautiful public garden and green space nestled on Texas A&M’s West Campus. The Gardens strives to engage the community in a living teaching environment, encourage curiosity and discovery and develop wonder for the natural world.Campus Bookstore Visit
: Browse Texas A&M gear at the official on-campus bookstore and grab a snack at the Barnes and Noble Starbucks located inside the Memorial Student Center.Student Recreation Center:
With two Rec Centers conveniently located on campus, there is something for everyone. The flagship facility is a 400,000 square-foot center that provides activities, wellness and development for students. The recently opened Polo Rec Center provides a second location for students to utilize for their fitness needs.Haynes Ring Plaza:
Visit the 3-ton Aggie Ring replica located outside the Clayton W. Williams Jr. Alumni Center. At 12-feet tall, it makes a great photo opportunity for future Aggies!