...compete in the Olympics? find internet fame? appear on Jeopardy? travel to space? go viral? Five former students share their out-there experiences.
September 07, 2021
To help Aggies from groups traditionally underrepresented on campus, Judy ’79 and Dr. Mark Weichold ’78 established a Foundation Excellence Award.
All companion animals are special. Some are extra special. Pete ’72 and Michelle Gerukos’ golden retriever, Shaker, was one of a kind.
Learn how your extra retirement assets can benefit you and loved ones while creating an impact at Texas A&M University.
September 7, 2021
The Junior Master Gardener program uses the garden as a classroom for children to learn about nature, responsibility and leadership.
Aggies reflect on the September 11 attacks 20 years after the tragedy changed America forever.
From an old Kyle Field scoreboard in their backyard to the scholarships they created, Angela ’85 and Kerry Stein ’85 root for Aggieland.
September 6, 2021
The Alan Stacell Student Creativity Fund honors the late Alan Stacell, a beloved architecture professor and champion of student ideas.
Explore the impact of planned gifts, learn more about ways you can leave your legacy in Aggieland and meet our planned giving team!
Katherine ’88 ’00 and Dr. David Toback created Fish Camp scholarships to ensure more students enjoy the full Aggie experience.
August 18, 2021
Dr. Josie Coverdale ’99 left a phenomenal legacy in the equine science department that lives in the hearts of those she cared for most.
A counseling psychology student assistance fund is being established in honor of Dr. Tim Elliott.
From California sunshine to Broadway stages, Shannan Johnson ’04 has traversed America while building the first Black-owned script consulting company.
August 16, 2021
Welcome to our new and improved Texas A&M Foundation website.