Married to the Mission

Sally and John Cox ’81 find purpose in selflessly serving veterans, Aggies with intellectual and developmental disabilities, and any person in need.

Celebrating a Lifelong Learner

A scholarship planned by Jeff Montgomery ’41 is growing, thanks to a gift from his children to honor his wife and their mother, Leonora Montgomery.

Selfless Service at the Highest Levels

To help Aggies from groups traditionally underrepresented on campus, Judy ’79 and Dr. Mark Weichold ’78 established a Foundation Excellence Award.

Endowing a Legacy

A counseling psychology student assistance fund is being established in honor of Dr. Tim Elliott.

A Brother's Love

Joshua Rohleder ’13 honors his siblings by making gifts to support special needs education at Texas A&M University.

Empowering Tomorrow's Teachers

Raise Your Hand Texas is providing students studying special education the financial security and confidence to pursue the career they love.

Shoulders to Stand On

A pioneering duo brought multicultural and urban education to Texas A&M University. Now, a campaign is underway to endow a continuing lecture series.

Contributing to Higher Education

Dr. Jose M. Gonzalez Jr. '81 creates scholarships in the College of Education and College of Science to honor his mother's love of learning.

Never Give Up

Mike and Cassie McClung establish the Avery Elise McClung Endowed Memorial Aggie ACHIEVE Scholarship in honor of their 12-year-old daughter.

The Great Giving Solution

Glenn Pittsford ’72 shares why you should consider a “give it twice” trust in your estate plan.

Read All About It

Drs. Betsy ’72 and Bob Carpenter ’70 are making a promise to foster child literacy with a planned gift.

Tips to Achieve Your New Year's Fitness Goals

Dr. Steve Martin ’98 ’08 discusses the cardiovascular benefits of exercise and how to practically implement fitness goals in the New Year.

12 Moments That Have Defined the College of Education and Human Development

The College of Education and Human Development is celebrating its 50th anniversary. Here’s a look at 12 moments that have shaped the college.

Breaking the Mold

Merari Boffill '18 shares her love of learning to impact students the way teachers impacted her.

Back to School

Sally Ryan, a 54-year old teacher, is inspiring those who think a college degree from Texas A&M University is too expensive and out of their reach.

A Taste of Texas A&M

One camp at Texas A&M helps kids explore their passions before they get to college.

Four Stories Share the Power of Honorary and Memorial Giving

Whether you want to find a unique way to express gratitude or treasure a loved one, an honorary or memorial gift combines generosity with inspiration.

Rooted in Texas A&M

Carolyn ’69 ’75 and Thomas Adair ’57 ’65 created a significant planned gift to ensure that all of their assets will benefit Texas A&M.