The University of Houston-Sugar Land campus officially has a new College of Technology building. Campus officials, along with Fort Bend County and Sugar Land officials and residents, gathered Sept. 12 to celebrate the grand opening.

“The University of Houston is a story of momentum,” UH System Chancellor Renu Khator said. “Everything that is at the main campus of the University of Houston—all of those resources, all of the expertise, all of those programs—they also belong here to you in Sugar Land.”

Anthony Ambler, dean of the College of Technology, said the college is working on collaborations to share facilities with other local colleges, such as Houston Community College, Texas State Technical College and Wharton County Junior College—which already has a branch housed at UH-Sugar Land.

“We are actively participating with local schools to excite them about gaining a background in all levels of technology so that they can participate in the expanding opportunities that we have here,” Ambler said.


UH- Sugar Land College of Technology

14000 University Blvd., Sugar Land


Hours: Mon.-Fri. 7 a.m.-10 p.m., Sat. 8 a.m.-5 p.m., closed Sun.