Twenty years after receiving the designation, the Corps of Cadets continues the traditions that set Texas A&M apart as a top-tier military institution. As host to the largest uniformed student body outside of the federal service academies, the Corps provides a 24/7 military and academic regimen that prepares cadets for public service or success in the private sector.
“The Corps of Cadets develops well-educated leaders of character,” Stebbins concluded. “By the time they graduate, our cadets have gone through a four-year leadership development program that equips them to lead other people, teams and organizations. The Corps produces individuals who have a heart for service and a willingness to make a positive contribution for our state, nation and world.”
Want to help the Corps of Cadets continue its legacy of selfless service? Contact Matt Jennings ’95 at the bottom of this page for more information.
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