The Texas A&M University Office of Facilities Coordination (FCOR) endeavors to enhance the University's access to facilities information and to grow and develop these capabilities by implementing a new and innovative facilities and land use management information system. By creating new interfaces and integrating with other facilities related data, this system will be a major source of accurate and meaningful management information. It is the vision of FCOR that this new system be the standard for facilities-related information management within Texas A&M University.
FCOR is in charge of developing the interactive Official Texas A&M Aggie Map which is widely utilized by students, faculty, and visitors to help them identify features, buildings, and accessibility ammenities.
Visit fcor.tamu.edu for more information on the responsibilities, mission, and history of the Texas A&M University Office of Facilities Coordination.
Fall 2017 brings many welcomed changes to the Aggie Map application. Among them are increased reliability and optimization for traffic management and updating of the core technologies. Texas A&M Department of Geography has been a core collaborator in the improvement of the Official Aggie Map providing cutting-edge technology enhancements and practices to provide a more unified and seamless experience for users.