The Texas A&M Foundation recognized Herrera for her impact at the Texas A&M University School of Law.
Through a wide range of groups, new students from every background can find community and a place in Aggieland.
The Texas A&M Foundation’s Adopt a Scholar program connects grateful scholars with generous mentors for a meaningful Aggie experience.
Use these simple steps to create a personalized and impactful scholarship to help Aggies find their home away from home at Texas A&M.
We rounded up answers to the 10 most asked questions we receive about scholarships at Texas A&M University.
The estate lawyer carries on a family legacy of serving Texas A&M University.
See how an Aggie partnership can support your corporation by exploring the four foremost reasons companies choose to invest in Texas A&M University.
With its long-time relationship with Texas A&M University, Chevron is a prime example of the opportunities and benefits of engaging with Aggieland.
The Foundation Excellence Award has supported a more diverse workforce by helping underserved students receive educational opportunities.
The Texas A&M Foundation Office of Corporate Relations connects our business partners to resources, investment opportunities and top Aggie talent.
Texas A&M University’s Career Center can provide your corporation with an invaluable point of contact to find your next hire on a large campus.
Join our passionate planned giving professionals as they guide you through every step of creating your Aggieland legacy.
Each year, hundreds of scholarship recipients write thank-you notes to their donors to express gratitude and develop meaningful relationships.
We asked five exceptional Aggies an all-important question: “What do you want to be remembered for?”
Established in 1999, the Foundation Excellence Award has helped thousands of underserved students join the Aggie family.
For 54 years, the President’s Endowed Scholarship program has equipped Aggies for excellence and career achievement.
Have cash or appreciated assets that aren’t yielding a desirable return? A charitable gift annuity can make your assets work for you!
Courtney Eeds ’22, Anna Fedewa ’22 and Caitlin Garcia ’22 were named recipients of the 2022 Trustees’ Outstanding Student Award.
Texas A&M Foundation real estate expert James Mayo ’07 ’09 explores the unique advantages of funding a charitable remainder unitrust with real estate.
Tax experts Sarah ’00 and Arty Brieden ’99 share tips for proactive tax management.
Now accepting cryptocurrency donations, the Texas A&M Foundation is adding to the list of ways you can invest in Aggieland’s future.
As a principal software developer at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Lab, Bob Deen ’87 helps deliver awe-inspiring images from Mars.
Learn how to incorporate digital assets into your estate plan to carry on your legacy in an increasingly digital world.
The recently formed Aggie Experience Fund is helping cover students’ participation fees in recognized campus organizations.
As the first Black drum major to lead the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band, the late Kevin Phillip Roberts ’89 marched his way into history.
A professional relationship became a lifelong friendship for Phylis and Steve Canion ’76 and planned giving officer Kelsey Christian ’02.
For the thousands of students who attend Texas A&M University thanks to the support of donors, the old saying is true: every bit counts.
Benjamin Knox ’90 has spent his life capturing the Aggie Spirit on canvas, painting history as it happens. Today, he’s investing in future Aggies.
Four planned giving scholars share treasured Aggie memories from 2021 and set goals for the new year.
How to pass down wealth wisely to your loved ones.
Certified financial planner Jeff Judah ’90 shares financial and philanthropic advice to help you navigate your 2021 taxes.
Learn about the tax advantages of different giving methods and find the right one for you with our five-minute quiz!
...compete in the Olympics? find internet fame? appear on Jeopardy? travel to space? go viral? Five former students share their out-there experiences.
Learn how your extra retirement assets can benefit you and loved ones while creating an impact at Texas A&M University.
Explore the impact of planned gifts, learn more about ways you can leave your legacy in Aggieland and meet our planned giving team!
Certified financial planner Ashley Parks ’98 shares tips to help families become more financially responsible.
Learn how you can forever memorialize your loved ones in Aggieland.
Six gift honorees share what it means to have a gift made in their honor.
Created in 2012, this award recognizes students who succeeded in college despite experiencing personal or family financial challenges.
Get the scoop on donor-advised funds from two couples who have “been there, done that.”
The Kalluvilayil siblings established a Foundation Excellence Award in honor of their parents’ dedication to education.
An endowment is one of the most powerful gifts you can create for Texas A&M. Discover more about this meaningful philanthropic tool in our new video!
Continuing to make an impact after your lifetime can be easily achieved by creating a beneficiary gift tailored to further your passions in Aggieland.
Learn how to become a wiser woman—financially speaking—with these top financial tips from professionals.
Thanks to a few rare opportunities offered by the CARES Act, you might be able to give more to charity in 2021 than you originally planned.
Here are some of the best moments of last year, summarized in photos.
Hear from Foundation President Tyson Voelkel '96 on how he views the holidays as a season of gratitude.
The Texas A&M Foundation welcomed 27 students into its 13th class of Maroon Coats.
125 incoming freshmen received Endowed Opportunity Awards and 149 incoming freshmen received Foundation Excellence Awards.
A President’s Endowed Scholarship is considered the most prestigious academic merit scholarship awarded by Texas A&M.
Dan Allen Hughes Jr., president and CEO of the Dan A. Hughes Company and Hupecol Operating Company, joins the Texas A&M Foundation Board of Trustees.
The gift will create a permanent home for the VRSC, endow on-campus veteran programs and provide matching funds for veteran scholarships.
The gift will bolster the university's efforts to support first-generation students as they navigate collegiate life.
In honor of the 80th anniversary of the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, Sugar and Mike Barnes have created naming gift.
Pia will lead the Foundation’s investment team and help drive critical decisions for the success of Texas A&M's long-term investment pool.
The Texas A&M Foundation Board of Trustees named Isolde Parrish ’20 as the recipient of the Foundation’s eighth Outstanding Student Award.
The 12th Can and the Texas A&M Foundation are organizing a food drive to assist students, faculty and staff facing food insecurity during COVID-19.
Brandon Neff ’99 and Dr. Joe Tidwell ’99, owners of SCAN13, explain how you can protect yourself from two common hacking threats during COVID-19.
Fully-immersive event showcased four high-impact research and academic initiatives by Texas A&M University students and faculty.
Gina Luna '95 joins the Texas A&M Foundation's Board of Trustees.
The Texas A&M Foundation has selected Dr. Henry L. “Sonny” Presnal ’57 as a recipient of its 2020 Partner in Philanthropy Award.
Reynolds and Reynolds expands its relationship with Texas A&M by committing a $4 million gift to name the Sales Leadership Institute.
Mays Business School’s Strategic Philanthropy course teaches students the principles of generosity and philanthropy.
Texas A&M University’s PATHS Program prepares students with disabilities for independent living and the workforce.
By partnering with community colleges, Texas A&M and Chevron are ensuring that tomorrow’s engineers more closely resemble today’s Texans.
Stories of selfless service on campus and abroad.
Aggies in the Nautical Archaeology Program follow their passion by excavating, solving shipwreck mysteries and helping to conserve sunken treasures.
Texas A&M University’s viticulture and enology programs support industry producers in growing high-quality wines within the state’s natural terroir.
From a new Department of Military Medicine to expanded partnerships with the Corps of Cadets, check out the progress.
Patsy Kott ’90 championed the Rec Sports' Outdoor Adventures program. A memorial scholarship in her name supports students who share her same spirit.
Lynn Hagan ’77 uses matching gift funds from Chevron to establish the first endowment for the Texas A&M Women’s Resource Center.
Showcasing the impact of planned gifts during the Lead by Example campaign.
Laurie Hagemaier reflects on her late father’s legacy of generosity as his planned gift takes effect.
Sally Old Houdayer honors her father’s World War II and Cold War military service through a bequest for Corps of Cadets scholarships.
In their 125th year, the Texas A&M Singing Cadets are celebrating their history.
The Marie M. and James H. Galloway Foundation donates a ranch to support Texas A&M’s Center for Teaching Excellence.
Texas A&M University veterinarians collaborate to successfully operate on a canine with a rare tumor.
Why is this mother-daughter team helping Texas A&M merge technology and health care? The reasons are many.
Dr. Michael Morrisey answers your most common questions about Medicare.
The power of endowed funds.
Shane Frazier ’98 makes an IRA beneficiary gift to support Mays Business School.
The Texas A&M Foundation welcomes generous benefactors to Aggieland for Exploration Day.
Sisters and scholarship recipients Sarah ’19 and Emily Cooley ’19 are only months away from achieving their goal of becoming Aggie nurses.
In recognition of Dr. Lee Lowery’s more than 60 years of teaching, former students are creating a scholarship program in his name.
A look at the Bryan-College Station company that has created monuments for Texas A&M’s campus since 1999.
Ashley Ralph ’19 receives her great-grandfather’s class ring, symbolizing a family legacy that spans 100 years of Aggie heritage.
44 Farms makes a gift for the International Beef Cattle Academy, which advances beef production knowledge to students across the globe.
John R. Carmichael III ’73 created a gift in his will to support the Mays Business School Master of Real Estate Program.
New Heritage members Patricia ’93 and Edward McGruder ’89 pave a path for future students through a planned gift.
Since 1968, the President’s Endowed Scholarship program has been inspiring high-achieving students to make Texas A&M their school of choice.
William “Billy” Lemmons, founder and managing partner of EnCap Flatrock Midstream, joined the Texas A&M Foundation Board of Trustees on July 1.
The College of Engineering recognized six former students with its 2018 Outstanding Alumni Award, including Carl Jaedicke ’73.
Former Texas A&M University athletes complete funding for a Foundation Excellence Award at the eighth annual Aggie Legends Golf Classic.
The Texas A&M Foundation has recognized Rhonda and Frosty Gilliam Jr. ’80 as 2018 recipients of the prestigious Sterling C. Evans Medal.
This week the Texas A&M Foundation announced the hire of Rush Harvey, who assumed the role of Director of Investments on Feb. 1.
The Texas A&M Foundation will make $90.8 million available to Texas A&M University as a result of donations during the past fiscal year.
Construction is now underway to build a new state-of-the-art Music Activities Center for the university’s orchestras, choirs and bands.
Learn how you can help Aggies in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey.
Arthur McFerrin Jr. will continue to inspire Aggies through the renaming of Mays Business School’s Center for New Ventures and Entrepreneurship.
Lou Paletta, a founding partner and the chief operating officer of Kildare Partners, joined the Texas A&M Foundation Board of Trustees on July 1.
The Texas A&M Foundation Board of Trustees recognized three couples as recipients of the Sterling C. Evans Medal.
The Texas A&M Foundation Board of Trustees named Brenda Castillo '17 and Joshua Sutton '17 as recipients of its fifth Outstanding Student Award.
The Texas A&M Foundation honored its 10th class of Maroon Coats at a coating ceremony on Sunday, April 9.
The Texas A&M Foundation received a $20 million gift to rename the Institute for Advanced Study in honor of Jon L. Hagler '58.
Former Texas A&M Foundation Chairman Bob J. Surovik ’58 passed away Feb. 7 at the age of 80. He left a legacy of leadership and support for Texas A&M.
The Texas A&M Foundation named Janet Bluemel, her husband John A. Gladysz, and M. Edward Rister as recipients of its Partner in Philanthropy Award.
Mark Browning '88's position at the Texas A&M Foundation inspired him and his wife, Nancy '90 to endow a liberal arts scholarship.
One camp at Texas A&M helps kids explore their passions before they get to college.
The Texas A&M Foundation’s Board of Trustees announced the selection of Tyson Voelkel '96 as its new president.
In its newly released annual report, the Texas A&M Foundation announced it will make a record $88.2 million available to Texas A&M University.
This week’s Bugle Call salutes Bob Jordan, Class of ’85!
This week’s Bugle Call salutes Betty Ann Graves, who first came into the Aggie Family when she married her late Aggie husband, Dick Graves ’51.
Texas A&M announced today the launch of a $4 billion comprehensive campaign to address major societal challenges facing the state, nation and world.
The Texas A&M Foundation honored Carolyn '69 and Thomas '57 Adair with a Bugle Call at the Texas A&M vs. South Carolina football game on October 31.
The Texas A&M Foundation honored Kevin Brice Andrews '11 with a Bugle Call at the Texas A&M vs. Alabama football game on October 17.
The Texas A&M Foundation honored Charlie Pence with a Bugle Call at the Texas A&M vs. Mississippi State football game on Oct. 3
The Texas A&M Foundation honored Donald Zale and Gerald Ray with a Bugle Call at the Texas A&M vs. Nevada football game on Sept. 19.
The Texas A&M Foundation honored Bob Byrns with this year's first Bugle Call at the Texas A&M vs. Ball State football game on Sept. 12.
Sixteen students who attended Texas A&M’s Fish Camp this summer have been randomly selected as recipients of the $1,000 “Fishin’ With Franks” awards.