Community & Visitors
Welcome to the University of Houston Sugar Land
The UH System is pleased to offer the services of the Albert and Mamie George Building for your organization's meetings and events. The George Building was completed in 2002. It is a modern 57,000-square foot facility, complete with classrooms, videoconferencing rooms, seminar room, and community room.
The facility is the perfect place for hosting large or small gatherings. Sitting on 200 acres at the intersection of Highway 59 and University Boulevard, the UH Sugar Land offers quick access to and from major residential and commercial areas in Fort Bend County.
For information on how to schedule events at the George Building, click on the links in the menu to the left. Facility policies and procedures, rental rates, request forms, and pictures of the building are available there to help you schedule your next meeting or event. If you have questions or need further information, contact the Facilities Services Office at 281.275.3340 or by e-mail.
Please Note: Available space is limited, and policies are currently under review.
UNIVERSITY OF HOUSTON SUGAR LAND
Facilities Services Office
14000 University Boulevard
Sugar Land, Texas 77479
281.275.3340 | 281.275.3301 Fax
Freedom of Expression
The University of Houston System at Cinco Ranch (UHSCR) and University of Houston Sugar Land (UHSL) (collectively referred to as the "University" welcome, support, encourage, and appreciate freedom of expression activities that do not interfere with the University's educational process
Freedom of Expression Guidelines
The University expects that persons engaging in expressive activities will demonstrate civility, concern for the safety of persons and property, respect for University activities, respect for those who may disagree with their message, and compliance with University policies and applicable local, state, and federal laws. The University maintains its right to place reasonable time, place, and manner restrictions on expressive activities. Additionally, any activities that are unlawful or materially and substantially disruptive to the normal operations of the University including classes and University business activities will not be tolerated. Finally, groups or individuals engaging in disruptive activities or failing to comply with University policies and applicable local, state, and federal laws may face immediate removal from the campus and other appropriate actions by University officials and University police.