Tours of Mays

Mays has a unique family-like culture within a top-tier university business school. The Sales Leadership Institute offers student-led tours of Mays according to the schedule below. These tours are geared towards sharing insight into the daily life of a Mays student and the culture of the business school.  Tours begin in the Wehner atrium and generally last approximately 30 minutes.

10一500红包扫雷7个包技巧summer tours are offered monday through friday at 12:15.

spring and fall semesters:

  • Monday – Thursday: 2:15 PM
  • Friday: 12:15 PM and 2:15 PM

To make a reservation to tour Mays Business School please register through the   If you have questions about scheduling a visit please call the Sales Leadership Institute at 979-845-4905 or email tours@shaoqr.icu.

because admission decisions are not handled at the college level, all students/families are encouraged to attend an admission session offered through the .

For advising and degree inquiries, please review the student handbook.

 

FAQ

How do I register for a Mays tour?
10一500红包扫雷7个包技巧 Visit to register for campus and college tours.

Can I meet with an advisor one on one?
Only currently enrolled Texas A&M students are able to meet with an academic advisor.  Prospective students should monitor for the available college-level group meeting options.  Students who are eligible and interested in Business Honors can email honors@shaoqr.icu10一500红包扫雷7个包技巧 to request more information and set up a meeting with a Business Honors team member.

Will my AP or Dual credit count?
Students can find AP score information .  Community college course credit transferability can be found at or at Texas A&M’s transfer course equivalency site, found .

Where does my Mays tour start?
Mays Business School is located in the on the Texas A&M University campus.  Tours start by the marked sign in the atrium on the first floor of Wehner.

Where do I park when I visit Mays?
Paid visitor parking is available in as “pay-by-space,” on Olsen Boulevard near the intersection with University Drive/Raymond Stotzer Parkway.