Experience the traditional American college experience with the perfect balance between studies and activities.
When you arrive, you will be part of the University community from day one and here are lots of ways to get involved with the campus life.
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi has five men's and nine women's varsity sports teams, which compete in NCAA Division I sanctioned sports. There are also recreational sports and intramural leagues, including basketball, fencing, sailing, rugby, scuba, tennis, table tennis, and many more.
After your studies, there are many places on campus for you to enjoy your free time, including sports fields, a wellness center, and trails for hiking and biking.
The Dugan Wellness Center offers many great amenities for all students. There are two basketball courts, two multipurpose rooms for the Group Fitness classes and Sports Clubs, and two floors of workout equipment. In addition, you will have access to the Island Hall gymnasium offering two additional basketball courts and a 1/7th-mile track.
The Hike & Bike Trail is designed for shared use by nature explorers, fitness enthusiasts, and wildlife. The trail is lighted daily from dusk to dawn, so you can enjoy a safe exploration of Ward Island. Maps are available at the Dugan Wellness Center.
Located at Momentum Campus, the Momentum Multipurpose Fields can be configured to accommodate a number of sports and events such as flag football and soccer. Intramural contests, sport club practices, and games will be regularly held on these fields.
The University has its own beach where you can relax, play sports, and try new things.
Experience the traditional American college lifestyle with on-campus events and lots of student activity.
There are lot's of places around the campus for you to study and relax.
Try new things and expand your horizons with unique opportunities.
Cheer on the University teams with your friends.
Test the newest technology in a practical learning environment.
"I love the beach, who doesn’t, right? The campus life is amazing for me because you can have relaxing moments between classes, you have the beach, you can just go for a walk and that’s a really good opportunity to have."
from Turkey studied Business Management, MBA
There are over 150 student organizations on campus with interests including academics, cultural groups, and recreational clubs. If there isn't a club or society for you, you can even start your own. Some popular student organizations include:
Each year, TAMU-CC hosts a number of academic and cultural events on campus. Some of these events include:
There are also celebrations for traditional holidays such as the Chinese Spring Festival, Diwali, and Vietnamese Tet.
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