Virtual Island Day Schedule and FAQ
October 17 and November 21, 2020

In-Person Schedule 2/6/21

A final schedule will be provided to guests on the day of the event. 


Welcome and TAMU-CC Overview/Admissions
10:00 a.m. - 10:45 p.m...
Official Greeting and Island University Presentation

Academic Highlights
11:00 a.m. - 11:45 a.m.
Learn about our academic programs in our six undergraduate colleges.

12:00 p.m.. - 12:45 p.m..
Free lunch will be served in individual wrapped boxes.

Afternoon Breakout Sessions
1:00 - 1:45 p.m..; 2:00 - 2:45 p.m.; 3:00 - 3:45 p.m..
Choose from various breakout sessions including: Housing Presentations, Financial Aid Presentations, Admissions Counselor Meetings, and ApplyTexas and FAFSA Workshops. 


Virtual Schedule 2/13/21

Students will receive a personalized link on the day of the event to login to our virtual platform the participate in the event. 


Welcome and TAMU-CC Overview (LIVE)
1:00 p.m.. - 1:30 p.m..
Official Greeting and Island University Presentation

Student Perspectives - Live Student Panels
1:30 p.m.. - 2:10 p.m..
Join a student panel discussion and and questions to students who are studying various majors at the university. Students from the Colleges of Business, Education and Human Development, Liberal Arts, Nursing and Health Sciences, and Science and Engineering, and the University Honors Program will be participating.

Admissions Presentations (LIVE)
2:15 p.m.. - 2:45 p.m..
Freshman and Transfer Presentations will be offered by admissions counselors.

Financial Aid and Scholarships Presentation (LIVE)
2:50 p.m.. - 3:20 p.m..
Learn about financing your education and scholarship requirements.

Islander Housing Presentations (LIVE)
3:30 - 4:00 p.m..
Learn about both of TAMU-CC's Islander Housing communities.

On-Demand Videos

You will have an opportunity to watch videos that were filmed exclusively for the virtual Island Day event. 


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: What if I registered and need to change my date or cancel? 

A: Please email or call 361.825.8687 to make the change. 

Q: Do I need to register to attend (a virtual Island Day)?

A: YES. Registrants will be emailed a personalized link to access our unique platform on the day of the event. 

Q: Do I need to register to attend (an in-person Island Day)?

A: Though we do prefer you register in advance, it is not required that you register for Island Day to attend. However, registration prior to attendance does allow our staff the ability to prepare for your arrival and better serve you and your guests during your visit. In-person Island Day registration is not yet open for 2021. 

Q: I will require additional assistance at (an in-person) Island Day. How do I make these arrangements?
A: If you have a disability and require any additional assistance at Island Day, please contact us at All requests must be submitted at least two weeks prior to your visit while we try to accommodate most requests, we cannot guarantee we will be able to meet all requests. 

Q: Is transportation available to/from (in-person) Island Day? Does the university provide overnight accommodations?
A: Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi is not currently able to provide transportation to and from Island Day, nor are we able to provide overnight accommodations for students and their guests. 

Q: How is Island Day different from Islander Launch, New Student Orientation?
A: Island Day is an optional campus preview event for prospective students. Islander Launch is a required program for students who have been admitted to Texas A&M-Corpus Christi and who have a desire to enroll for classes at the institution. A large part of Islander Launch is advising and registration.

Q: So, what do I get out of attending (an in-person) Island Day?
A: Students and guests who attend Island Day get an opportunity to take a campus tour with our Island Ambassadors, learn about the University's top-rated programs, explore their academic interests with our University's outstanding faculty, learn about the various services provided to our students, discover the many ways to get involved at the University, and speak with admissions counselors, financial assistance representatives, and on-campus housing associates.