Giving back is important for Americans—especially Aggies! Learn how current and former students have continued to support their fellow Aggies.
A $5 million gift from Don & Ellie Knauss creates a new space for the Veteran Resource & Support Center at Texas A&M University.
Joshua Rohleder ’13 honors his siblings by making gifts to support special needs education at Texas A&M University.
Learn how to become a wiser woman—financially speaking—with these top financial tips from professionals.
Learn more about the Women's Resource Center and the donors who are supporting its impact on female students now and in the future.
Thanks to a few rare opportunities offered by the CARES Act, you might be able to give more to charity in 2020 than you originally planned.
Sharon Almaguer '84 gives back to the Texas A&M University Libraries as part of her commitment to lead by example and help fellow Aggies.
Brian Miller ’80 pays it forward by endowing President’s Endowed Scholarships for Mays Business School students.
Di Honey plans a gift in memory of her beloved brother, Tom Merritt '71 '74, to support future Aggie architects.
William "Bill" Jentsch Jr. ’80 plans a gift for the Bush School in efforts to educate future policymakers and public servants.
Inspired by her own experience, Michelle Simpson '16 updated her estate plan to create an endowed scholarship for second-career law students.
Through a planned gift, Stacy '94 and Brian Smith '92 will support first-generation students in the College of Liberal Arts for years to come.
Barbara and Jimmie Steidinger use a charitable remainder unitrust to support tomorrow's Aggie agriculturalists.
Dr. Donna Baer '83 '86 '88 repays the College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences for helping her realize her dream career.
Erika ’14 and Chris Pesek ’97 expand their Aggie Family by establishing funds and scholarships to aid in times of need.
Dr. Wes Thompson's legacy of selfless service and academic excellence lives on through an endowed chair in the College of Science.
To further cancer prevention research, Jill and Rick Steco committed a bequest to benefit the Texas A&M University College of Medicine.
Cadet Hajin Seo '21 shares how the the Corps of Cadets is committed to creating leaders.
Kathryn '11 and Don Boyle '08 plan a gift to support student veterans at Texas A&M University at Galveston.
Page and Dan Houser '76 are funding study abroad experiences for the next generation of global engineers.
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.
Learn how partnering with the Texas A&M Foundation can help you create a plan to successfully execute your 2021 legacy giving goals.
With a Texas A&M University academic foundation, Erol Morey ’84 was ready for anything—including a career in satellite imagery.
Eric Imhoff ’22 is exploring a way to grow food on Mars, thanks to a planned gift from the late Martha and Eugene Neugebauer ’41.
How the Frisbie family’s legacy gift will support agriculture, ecosystems and education at Texas A&M University.
Learn which of your assets is best suited for a planned gift to benefit you, your loved ones and Texas A&M University.
A Dripping Springs couple provides a unique planned gift for Texas A&M University.
A look at Texas A&M AgriLife Extension’s unique history and how it continues to play a vital role in impacting Texas citizens and beyond.
Dr. Martha Couch uses her Texas A&M AgriLife Extension Service experience to pay it forward in a planned gift to support future 4-H educators.
Through a combination cash and estate gift, Ken Williams ’45 has helped position Texas A&M as a national leader in geosciences and climate science.
Greg Franklin ’03 ’17 and his wife, Danielle ’02, are supporting the future of the Texas A&M School of Law with a scholarship for Aggie law students.
Decades after graduation, James "Jim" Nelson '49 found himself at the end of a war story unlike any other.
Robert "Bob" Dunham ’63 is giving back through an endowed scholarship and a gift of real estate that will benefit the College of Science.
Using a planned gift to create an endowment allows the Texas A&M Foundation to support your Aggieland passions in perpetuity.
Learn the differences between a charitable remainder trust and a charitable lead trust to determine which is right for you.
An Aggie, World War II veteran and retired Foreign Service Officer, reflects on his experiences.
Barbara ’75 and Paul Goodman ’76 create a planned gift for Texas A&M that would make their dads proud.
The late James “Cop” Forsyth, Class of 1912, laid the foundation for Aggies to give back to Texas A&M University in the form of planned gifts.
Glenn Pittsford ’72 shares why you should consider a “give it twice” trust in your estate plan.
Learn why donors of all ages and income levels are establishing donor-advised funds.
Inspired by his experience in Company E-2, Al Wheeler ’63 and his wife, Judi, created a Keepers of the Spirit Scholarship to support cadets.
Three Texas A&M University graduating seniors share about their time at Texas A&M and how the scholarships they received impacted their lives.
A $1 million gift from Cactus Feeders establishes the Norman Borlaug Endowed Research Scholars Program at Texas A&M University.
Drs. Betsy ’72 and Bob Carpenter ’70 are making a promise to foster child literacy with a planned gift.
Missy and Skooter Halamicek use a bequest to share their piece of heaven with Texas A&M University.
A bequest from the late James J. Cain ’51 supports two biomedical engineering professors developing technologies to combat chronic health conditions.
Stacy and Rick Mobley ’81 establish a living trust to support future generations of Aggies in the College of Architecture.
Esteemed faculty member Dr. James M. Griffin gives $500,000 toward two endowed professorships at the Bush School of Government and Public Service.
Former students create endowment to support the next generation of black Texas Aggies.
Planned gifts offer many advantages to donors, making them one of the sweetest ways to give.
A charitable gift annuity the late Mike Dillingham ’35 created in 2004 now supports cadets.
The initial investment of a planned gift made by Peggy and John Hill '44 in 1987 has nearly doubled and is now making a powerful impact on campus.
Debbi ’74 and Dr. Gregg Dimmick ’74 use an annuity to impact future Aggies by honoring a professor who forever changed their lives.
A gift in a will allows Texas A&M University’s Pecan Endowment to strengthen its roots for future growth.
A new gift established by the Class of 1980 will fund an annual award to honor graduating seniors who exemplify selfless service.
Meet Jacob Wright ’23: an Aggie and Brockman Scholar from Eagle Pass, Texas, who has a heart to change the world and the mind to make it happen.
The new Dean’s Scholars Award initiative in the College of Engineering is helping attract the nation’s top prospective freshmen.
Betty and Frank Thurmond ’51 express their love for Texas A&M University through four charitable gift annuities and multiple other endowments.
Glen Hunt Jr. ’61 was an Aggie of his own generation, but his impact will be heard for generations to come.
Meet four Texas A&M faculty and staff members who established planned gifts as another way of giving back to the university.
Learn about dual-benefit gifts, which can help you support Texas A&M University while increasing your earnings!
Linda and Steve Vincent ’73 are taking their passion for international outreach to the Bush School of Government and Public Service.
Lou ’85 and Mark Houser ’83 offer their support to EnMed, an innovative new program that unites engineering and medicine.
A bequest from Dr. Walter Haisler ’67 and his wife will establish an endowed chair position to support the department head of aerospace engineering.
Lydia Copeland attended one of the Foundation's planned giving workshops where she learned how to care for her estate and give back to Texas A&M.
Bret Baccus ’89 creates a bequest to establish a Foundation Excellence Award scholarship and support the Mays CBA Fellows Program.
The Schob Preserve, a gift of land willed from the late Dr. David Schob, gives students hands-on opportunities for design and research projects.
NFL star and former Aggie standout Mike Evans ’15 establishes scholarships at Texas A&M University to support students from his hometown.
Drs. Charles “Chuck” Hermann and Lorraine Eden establish a fellowship to support future generations of public servants at the Bush School.
Patti and Tom Owens ’73 are helping Texas A&M University architecture students build their dreams, one scholarship at a time.
Marlene Lepkoski ’90 establishes the first endowed gift for the Texas A&M School of Innovation.
Through a $1 million gift, Marilyn and Don Lummus ’58 are helping the College of Engineering attract professors with real-world experience.
The Texas A&M Foundation welcomes generous benefactors to Aggieland for Exploration Day.
Sam and Barney Gershen ’69 support students in the Corps of Cadets and Mays Business School on their journey through Texas A&M.
Multimillion-dollar gifts establish a new Center for Grand Strategy at Texas A&M University's Bush School of Government and Public Service.
Transformative gifts establish the J. Mike Walker Department of Mechanical Engineering at both UT and Texas A&M.
Texas A&M Chancellor John Sharp ’72, the university’s Board of Regents, and Bonnie and Otway Denny ’71 enable acquisition of 1830 map of Texas.
Vice President for Real Estate Services, Tim Walton ’90 explains why leaving a legacy for Texas A&M via real estate offers great benefits.
The Texas A&M Foundation has recognized Rhonda and Frosty Gilliam Jr. ’80 as 2018 recipients of the prestigious Sterling C. Evans Medal.
Donating through the Texas A&M Foundation’s online giving platform is a hassle-free way to make a difference for Texas A&M.
Consider these five reasons to use matching funds with your next donation.
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.
Marijo and Bob English '46 established a charitable gift annuity to benefit the Corps of Cadets and their family.
Texas A&M attracts donors who have the means and generous spirit to fund scholarships. Consider these 10 benefits to funding an endowed scholarship.
Michelle Keller ’92 is designating a percentage of her estate to fund a scholarship for future students who desire to study abroad.
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