Located at the intersection of US 59 South and University Boulevard (near the Brazos River and just one exit south of Sweetwater/First Colony Blvd.), UH at Sugar Land is comprised of four buildings: Albert and Mamie George Building, Brazos Hall, the University Branch Library and the UH College of Technology building.
The University of Houston at Sugar Land is a Tobacco Free campus.
Hours of OperationThe hours of operation during the academic term for the buildings are:
Albert & Mamie George Building, Brazos Hall and College of Technology Building hours
|MON-FRI||7 a.m. - 10 p.m.|
|SATURDAY||8 a.m. - 5 p.m.|
Please call 832-842-2900 to inquire about hours during holidays or between semesters.
University Branch Library hours
|MON-THU||10:00 am - 9:00 pm|
|FRI-SAT||10:00 am - 5:00 pm|
Please check the Library's website for holiday closures.
The Albert and Mamie George Building houses computer labs and general classrooms. Read more about our 57,000-sq.-ft.-facility.
Brazos Hall houses the multipurpose room, classrooms, lab space, as well as Wharton County Junior College. Read more about the 145,000-sq.-ft.-facility.
The UH College of Technology building houses classroom space and 10 research labs. Read more about the 100,000-sq.-ft.-facility.
The University Branch Library is a resource for UH at Sugar Land and the community. Academic liaisons can assist students, faculty and staff with research guidance, academic reserves, meeting rooms and securing a library card.
For more information, including library hours, visit their website or call 281-633-5100