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 Sugar Land Academic Building.
The University of Houston at Sugar Land is a Tobacco Free campus.
Hours of Operation
The Albert & Mamie George Building, Brazos Hall and the Sugar Land Academic Building are open the following hours.
Spring Semester Building Hours January 17 - May 12
|MON-THU||7:30 a.m. - 9 p.m.†|
|FRI||7:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.|
|SAT||7:30 a.m. - 4 p.m.|
Please call 832-842-2900 to inquire about hours during holidays or between semesters.
University Branch Library hours
The University Branch Library's hours are managed by the Fort Bend County Libraries (FBCL) System. Check the Library's website for details as well as information about available services.
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.
Sugar Land Academic Building (SAB1 - 129)
The Sugar Land Academic 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