What does RELLIS stand for?
RELLIS stands for the six Texas A&M Aggies’ core values: respect, excellence, leadership, loyalty, integrity and selfless service.
What is the RELLIS Academic Alliance?
The RELLIS Academic Alliance is a University System Center, that allows multiple Texas A&M System agencies and regional university partners, as well as the Blinn College District, to offer selective degree and certificate programs in one location. The RELLIS Campus is not a university, students will enroll in one of the regional universities that are offering programs on site, similar to an academic satellite campus.
Why should I study at RELLIS?
The RELLIS Academic Alliance provides exciting opportunities for students to enroll in innovative bachelor’s degree programs in a variety of highly sought-after choices, while taking advantage of an affordable tuition rate choice in Texas. The collaborative nature of the Academic Alliance offers unique opportunities for students and faculty allowing the shifting of ideas from laboratories to the marketplace, while providing new and multiple pathways toward a college degree from one of 11 regional university partners located at the RELLIS Campus.
Where is the RELLIS Campus located?
The RELLIS Campus is located in Bryan, Texas, on a 2,000 acre facility, previously known as the Riverside Campus. Located adjacent to State Highway 47 and Highway 21, the campus may be accessed via either entrance.
The RELLIS Academic Complex is located on the corner of Bryan Road and Ordinance Road.
1429 Bryan Rd.
Bryan, TX 77807
The Blinn College Walter C. Schwartz Building is located on the corner of Bryan Road and 4th Street.
1366 Bryan Rd.
Bryan, TX 77807
How do I apply?
Information on applying and eligibility requirements can be found on our Application Process page.
What does it cost to go to school at RELLIS?
Blinn College students at the RELLIS Campus will have a rate of $198 per semester credit hour and the regional universities at RELLIS will have a rate of $315 per semester credit hour (SCH) for residents in upper division courses. For more information about tuition and fees, visit https://rellis.tamus.edu/academicalliance/resources/tuition-and-fees/.
How can I schedule a visit to the RELLIS Campus?
Visiting the RELLIS Campus is one of the first steps toward determining if we’re the right fit for your academic goals. Plan your visit and tour on the Prospective Students page.
How do I change my program or institution?
To change your primary institution to another regional university at RELLIS please contact your Academic Advisor.
I was offered PSA. Can I take classes at RELLIS?
The RELLIS Academic Alliance and PSA are separate programs, and the PSA program is not offered at the RELLIS Campus. For questions regarding PSA, please contact a local Prospective Student Center with Texas A&M University.
Can I attend classes at RELLIS and still transfer to TAMU?
While the RELLIS Academic Alliance is designed to provide seamless pathways to the bachelor’s degree programs located at the RELLIS Campus, students also can apply to any university of their choice. For questions regarding TAMU transfer admission, please contact a local Prospective Student Center with Texas A&M University.
Does RELLIS have on-campus housing?
Information regarding dining and housing options can be found on our website.