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.
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 Texas A&M Visitor Center. If you have questions about scheduling a visit please call the Sales Leadership Institute at 979-845-4905 or email email@example.com.
Because admission decisions are not handled at the college level, all students/families are encouraged to attend an admission session offered through the Texas A&M Visitor Center.
For advising and degree inquiries, please review the student handbook.
How do I register for a Mays tour?
Visit campusvisit.tamu.edu 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 campusvisit.tamu.edu for the available college-level group meeting options. Students who are eligible and interested in Business Honors can email firstname.lastname@example.org 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 here. Community college course credit transferability can be found at TCCNS.org or at Texas A&M’s transfer course equivalency site, found here.
Where does my Mays tour start?
Mays Business School is located in the Wehner Building 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 Parking Lots 72a and 72b as “pay-by-space,” on Olsen Boulevard near the intersection with University Drive/Raymond Stotzer Parkway.