Texas A&M's Board of Regents will be back together for two days of big money meetings.
Starting Thursday morning, the board will go behind closed doors to consider the upcoming fiscal year's budget, which will come in at an estimated $2.6 billion.
A&M's building boom will also be discussed, including a general services complex and a veterinary research building addition. Possible new buildings for the Texas Transportation Institute will also be up for debate.
Votes on the budget are scheduled for Friday.