Heritage Membership recognizes individuals and families who have committed a planned gift—such as gifts through wills, charitable trusts or retirement accounts—of any size to the Texas A&M Foundation to benefit Texas A&M University. There are more than 2,400 Heritage Members. These individuals enjoy special benefits, including:
- Invitations to annual appreciation events
- Exclusive news and publications
- Opportunities to stay connected to campus through special behind-the-scenes tours
- Chances to network with other Aggies and friends
Through their generosity, Heritage Members leave a powerful legacy of support for future generations of Aggies.
Learn more about Heritage Membership.
Sterling C. Evans Medal Award
Acknowledging Texas A&M’s potential to change lives and produce leaders of character, a few former students and philanthropic leaders devote incredible resources and energy to ensuring its continued success.
To recognize individuals who make outstanding contributions to the reputation and strength of Texas A&M University and the Aggie community, the Texas A&M Foundation’s Board of Trustees established the Sterling C. Evans Medal in 1998.
Named after the renowned former university regent and philanthropist Sterling C. Evans ’21, the Evans Medal seeks to promote, encourage and recognize phenomenal service.
The award is given on a highly selective basis, presented annually at the discretion of the Texas A&M Foundation Board of Trustees. The recognition definitively cements its recipients’ legacies as quintessential pieces of the university’s history, as their leadership often proves integral to the institution’s success.
Candidates must exhibit a long and distinguished record of service and leadership, as well as enthusiasm for galvanizing philanthropy amongst their peers. In addition to lauded civic participation and professional accomplishments, recipients must also demonstrate a sincere sense of loyalty to Texas A&M and, above all, a history of integrity and commitment to excellence befitting of a proud and principled Aggie.
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