Being successful during and after college requires meaningful experiences in and out of the classroom. From learning hands-on server administration to assisting with exercise and nutrition research, we transform learning through interactive labs and classrooms to give our students a competitive edge.
Built in 1973, Harrington Tower is home to the college’s Dean’s Office and the Departments of Educational Administration and Human Resource Development, Educational Psychology, and Teaching, Learning and Culture.
Gibb Gilchrist Building
The Department of Health and Kinesiology moved to the Gilchrist Building on Texas A&M’s West Campus in 2020. The recently renovated space houses the Divisions of Health, Sport Management, and Kinesiology.
Human Clinical Research Facility
This facility is a 23,000 square foot biomedical research facility developed to provide a centralized research facility for clinical researchers to conduct human clinical research trials at Texas A&M University. It houses the college’s Center for Translational Research in Aging and Longevity, the Exercise and Sport Nutrition Laboratory, and the Aging and Translational Research in Medicine Laboratory.
Player Development Center – West Campus
5,000 square feet of this facility is home to the Applied Exercise Science Laboratory affiliated with the Department of Health and Kinesiology. Ongoing research projects conducted here profile elite athletes and study training factors in parallel with nutritional supplements that contribute to optimal athletic performance. The laboratory also serves firefighters, law-enforcement officials, and employees and students of Texas A&M University through the FITLIFE Exercise Program.
Physical Education Activity Program Building
This 115,000 square foot facility opened in 2013. It features 12 badminton courts, six volleyball courts, four basketball courts, three weight rooms and three special use rooms. Along with the student recreation center, the PEAP building supports all Texas A&M students enrolled in physical activity courses each semester.
Milner Hall – 3rd Floor
The third floor of Milner Hall is home to the Texas Center for the Advancement of Literacy and Learning. The center is one of the college’s oldest research centers and serves as the state’s Professional Development and Resource Center for Texas Adult Education and Literacy.
Collaborative Learning Center – 2nd Floor
This facility is a part of a public-private partnership with the City of College Station and Texas A&M University System to provide additional educational services for preschool school-aged children in the community. Undergraduate and graduate students in the college have the opportunity to learn and participate through teaching and research activities.