Federal Prison Camp Bryan


The Federal Prison Camp Bryan (FPC Bryan) is a distinctive federal institution located in Bryan, Texas. It’s not your average prison; it’s a minimum-security facility specifically designed to house female inmates. The prison is nestled on a sprawling 37-acre plot approximately 95 miles northwest of Houston.

Operated by the Federal Bureau of Prisons, FPC Bryan is home to over 600 women serving time predominantly for non-violent and white-collar crimes. But FPC Bryan is more than just a place for serving time; it’s an environment where personal change is encouraged and growth is fostered.

The history of FPC Bryan is one of transformation and redemption. This isn’t just a place to serve a sentence; it offers programs designed to prepare prisoners for life after incarceration. This admirable mission is often overlooked in discussions about the prison system.

Recently, it has been in the news as the new residence of Elizabeth Holmes, the founder of the now-defunct health technology company Theranos. But beyond such high-profile inmates, FPC Bryan is a beacon of hope for many women seeking a fresh start.

FPC Bryan has a specific schedule for visitations, which is as follows:

  • Saturdays and Sundays: 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM
  • On federal holidays, visiting hours are between 8:00 AM and 3:00 PM.

Visitors are requested to schedule their visits at least a day in advance to avoid any inconvenience. It’s also important to note that only 570 people, including children, are allowed in the visiting room at one time.

For further information about Federal Prison Camp Bryan, including inmate records search and visitation details, individuals can refer to the official website of the Federal Bureau of Prisons or utilize online inmate search platforms specific to the state of Texas.



1100 Ursuline Avenue

Bryan, TX 77803






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