The YMCA has been part of the rich history of the Brazos Valley since 1914. The YMCA building on the Texas A&M campus was the first structure constructed to be a social focus for the campus. Its initial phase was completed in 1914, and it served as the Student Center as its location made it the first major building reached by visitors and new students arriving from the rail depot on the Wellborn Road.
The restoration in the 90s demonstrates that old buildings can be modified to serve new uses, meet new standards for energy use and accessibility, and retain and enhance architectural qualities that can serve new generations of Aggies. With that, we are excited to bring new Y programming to the Brazos Valley and the surrounding communities. Won’t you join us on this journey?
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