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Visit Campus

UTPB is headquartered in Odessa with a campus in nearby Midland. Together, the adjoining cities have a combined population of 266,000.

You’re welcome to visit campus year-round. We offer both individual and group tours. Group tours of more than 25 people require two weeks advance notice.

Our Falcon Days are a special opportunity to learn more about us:

  • Saturday, November 10, 2018
  • Saturday, February 23, 2019
  • Saturday, March 23, 2019
  • Saturday, April 27, 2019

Academic department representatives will be available to answer your questions. You will also be given information about financial aid, testing services, residential living, student activities, and more!

Please register no later than the Wednesday prior to the scheduled Falcon Day. A confirmation for the event will be e-mailed to you prior to the event.

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“The Falcon Family comes from all different backgrounds and places, and we all support one another and we all want to be there for one another.”
— Nursing major Abbey Wyles, ’17

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Newsweek and U.S. News & World Report have both recognized UTPB for superior student achievement.

West Texas

The Permian Basin is a large, booming oil- and natural gas-producing area in West Texas, an easy drive from several major cities.
UTPB is headquartered in Odessa with a satellite campus (with engineering and performing arts spaces) in nearby Midland (with shuttle service there and back).


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hikers

Hike Guadalupe Mountains National Park, the highest point in Texas.

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Acres of white dunes and sand surfing await in Monahans Sandhills State Park.

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Take river trips or hike among the cacti in Big Bend National Park.

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Road trip with friends to Roswell to spot some aliens.