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I know it's currently part of TAMU-Kingsville, but the San Antonio campus will become its own University at some point in the future. Should we note that in this A&M System box? How about an article on Texas A&M University–San Antonio? I'm not knowledgeable enough on the plans or timetable to write an article myself, but perhaps someone more familiar with it could write one. (I noted the plans in the TAMU-Kingsville article already.) — Bellhalla 14:38, 17 December 2006 (UTC)
I do agree that the San Antonio campus will need its own article in the future however currently the facilities leased in San Antonio are temporary. A&M is currently searching for a location in south San Antonio for the construction of a permanent campus at which point the land leased at the current time will be relinquished. Your edit in the TAMU-Kingsville article for the moment is the most appropriate until the Board of Regents formally decides on a campus location at which point I will assist in the creation of an article for the new campus. -- Hut101 17:18, 17 December 2006 (UTC)