The Eagle Pass Campus

The Eagle Pass Campus

The Eagle Pass campus offers courses in buildings which include computer laboratories and learning centers on the eastern edge of the city. It houses the central offices of the Records Department and the Chair of the Humanities Department.

The regional Small Business Development Center has its main office on the Eagle Pass campus as well.

Eagle Pass, located on the border across from Piedras Negras, Mexico, is the center of a thriving international trade community. The area offers ready access to the markets of Mexico and to the recreational activities of the Kickapoo Indian Nation.

First established as a camp in 1849, Eagle Pass has grown into a city of more than 25,000 people. With a variety of shops and malls, it is the gateway to Piedras Negras' colorful outdoor markets and handiwork of the Mexican tradition.

Biculturalism flourishes in Eagle Pass, and it is common for people in Eagle Pass to speak both Spanish and English. In this atmosphere, Sul Ross State University strives to bring together diverse cultures.