Celebrate the Division of Student Affairs’ 50th anniversary with our 12-question quiz about all things student success!
The Grocery Give & Grab program is focused on expanding accessibility and convenience to nourish Aggies in need.
Eren Rudd ’24 discusses KANM Student Radio, an organization that provides a creative outlet through DJing.
Essynce Pozomina-Lewis ’22 shares how a gift from the late Faye Keene led to a 2021 education abroad experience in Ukraine that she’ll never forget.
Not all who wander are lost. Dr. Sue ’94 ’02 and Patrick Mahoney ’71 know where they’re going and are paving the way for Aggies to join the adventure.
Emily Maldonado ’24 discusses the Student American Institute of Floral Designers, an organization that encourages creativity through floral design.
Students living on south campus now have recreational facilities at their fingertips with the opening of the Southside Recreation Center last fall.
Aggie Eco-Reps is creating a new Aggie tradition through a culture of sustainability at Texas A&M.
Al Mampre’s legacy in World War II’s legendary Easy Company is being memorialized at Texas A&M University through a veterans scholarship.
Using his earnings from a bug hunter program, Addison Crump ’21 created an endowment that will support the Texas A&M Cybersecurity Club.
Step inside the curious world of faculty and staff who have made their offices uniquely their own.
Ethan DeVoe ’23 discusses Aggies Read, a unique student service organization dedicated to helping local children grow their reading confidence.
Maroon Santa spreads the holiday spirit to student veterans’ families.
The Fightin’ Texas Aggie Class of 2026 marks the 150th class of Texas A&M University.
With two Texas Collegiate Hockey Conference Championships under its belt, Aggie Ice Hockey is an imposing force on the rink.
Texas A&M University Disability Resources’ dedicated staff works hard to make campus welcoming for Aggies with disabilities.
Aggie Park, a new 20-acre green space, aims to be an "outdoor Memorial Student Center."
Aggies in BUILD strengthen their bonds with each other and the world by building modular health care clinics to send abroad.
After serving as the first female student body president at Texas A&M University, Brooke (Leslie) Rollins ’94 has become an influential Aggie in government and politics.
How Texas A&M University's Aggie Experience Fund is providing students with life-changing opportunities to participate in Aggieland’s famed “other education.”
Since 2012, the Veteran Resource & Support Center has been the cornerstone for holistic student veteran success.
The 12th Can, an on-campus student-led food pantry, seeks to eliminate hunger for students, staff and faculty.
Texas A&M Outdoor Adventures helps Aggies immerse themselves in nature through coordinated trips, equipment rental and opportunities to develop skills, create connections and make memories that last a lifetime.
Within the Department of Multicultural Services, students from underserved cultures find social support, academic opportunities and a place to call their own.
President and CEO John Albers ’90 sees gift as an investment in the future of the university, state and nation.
Selfless servant Daniel Singletary '19 uses his life insurance policy to give back to tomorrow's Aggies.
Kylie Denton ’23 spotlights the Aggie Magic Circle, an officially recognized Texas A&M University student organization that promotes magic as a form of art and entertainment.
The Aggie Experience Fund gives more students the chance to learn by doing.
Selfless servants Teresa and Dr. David King ’83 ’87 use their passion
for animals to impact veterans, first responders and their families.
Learn how these five service organizations are developing Aggies to serve the world around them while creating local and global impact.
Texas A&M summer camps give young students the chance to soak up the sun, envision their futures and pursue their passions in fun-filled environments.
Since 1919, the tradition of Family Weekend has evolved to celebrate student accomplishments and invite relatives to join in the Aggie Spirit.
Texas A&M University’s International Student Association celebrates world cultures while creating a community for international Aggies.
Aggieland Mariachi performs traditional Mexican songs like “El Rey” alongside the Aggie War Hymn at concerts, competitions and social events.
Staff members at Texas A&M University Counseling and Psychological Services empower Aggie students to take control of their lives.
After almost 30 years of advocacy, activist Matthew Gaines is memorialized in a bronze statue at the heart of Texas A&M University.
Former Texas A&M University employees Dr. Peter Witt and Dr. Joyce Nies donate approximately 20 pieces of Native American artwork to the University Art Galleries.
Audrey Stedman '22 highlights Aggie Knitting, Crafting and More, an impactful student service organization.
Inspired by one of Aggieland's most meaningful traditions, Jeanette Hennigan penned the poem "Silver Taps at A&M," aiming to convey the power of the Aggie Spirit to others.
Take a look back at The Big Event during 40 eventful years.
Whether delivering a Singing Valentine or performing across Aggieland, the Texas A&M University Women's Chorus shares music with the world.
The recently formed Aggie Experience Fund is helping cover students’ participation fees in recognized campus organizations.
By uniting student partners and athletes with intellectual disabilities, Texas A&M University’s Unified Sports program is a win for inclusion.
See how you can “pass it back” this year by volunteering your time and expertise on campus to make a difference in the lives of students.
Katherine ’88 ’00 and Dr. David Toback created Fish Camp scholarships to ensure more students enjoy the full Aggie experience.
Giving back is important for Americans—especially Aggies! Learn how current and former students have continued to support their fellow Aggies.
Eight Aggie recipients of the Medal of Honor are featured in the MSC Hall of Honor for going above and beyond for their country.
Learn more about the Women's Resource Center and the donors who are supporting its impact on female students now and in the future.
Erika ’14 and Chris Pesek ’97 expand their Aggie Family by establishing funds and scholarships to aid in times of need.
Read what deans and leaders across campus are resolving to do in 2021 to increase opportunities for Aggieland's students, faculty and staff.
On Veterans Day 2020, consider how you can make a difference for our nation’s heroes by giving to one of these seven opportunities.
During the Lead by Example campaign, gifts supporting student activities helped ensure the vitality of Aggieland’s more than 1,000 student organizations.
Since its opening in August 2019, the John D. White ’70 – Robert L. Walker ’58 Music Activities Center has served as the new premier home to more than 1,300 Aggie musicians.
Five former Texas A&M student body presidents reflect on lessons learned and challenges overcome during their tenures.
Noble Knight Gutierrez ’22 proves that the late Louise Milliken’s planned gift is truly creating leaders in Aggieland.
Heath Hendricks ’99 created a planned gift using his retirement account to support the Memorial Student Center Committees that changed his life.
The Forsyth and Stark Galleries highlight the beauty and power of art.
Couple establishes full-ride scholarship endowment; Cushing Library receives rare map collection; Chick-fil-A owner gives back; husband honors late wife's legacy.
Programs support former foster care students and pets of domestic abuse victims; student group builds hybrid rockets; Stark Galleries hosts Hawaiian exhibit.
Texas A&M University looks to empower foster care students with the launch of the Supervised Independent Living Program.
Jenny and Bob Jarcik's steadfast appreciation for the Aggie community inspired them to support student veterans.
The gift will create a permanent home for the VRSC, endow on-campus veteran programs and provide matching funds for veteran scholarships.
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.
Five Texas A&M University student groups you can support that are making a difference through selfless service.
During the Lead by Example campaign, countless individuals chose to honor their loved ones through honorary or memorial gifts. Here are six of their stories.
Planned gift will support African wildlife study abroad; Women’s Resource Center gets a boost; Lawrences back Formula SAE Team; new scholarship for aggieTEACH program.
Do you know the history behind some of Texas A&M's campus sculptures? Take our 12-question quiz to find out.
How Texas A&M University’s Veteran Resource and Support Center assists student veterans as they mobilize from military to academic life.
Students in Patriot Paws of Aggieland train service dogs for disabled veterans.
Couples establish gifts for the McFerrin Center for Entrepreneurship, the Bush School of Government and Public Service, and the College of Architecture; Chilifest gives endowed scholarship.
Aggieland has gained national recognition as a welcoming place for veterans returning from their military careers to seek a college education.
Betty and Frank Thurmond ’51 express their love for Texas A&M University through four charitable gift annuities and multiple other endowments.
…and Amy ’91 and Robert Bacon ’91 want students to experience it. How their planned gift will help students go global.
HelpLine is an after-hours mental health service offered by Texas A&M Counseling & Psychological Services.
Texas A&M University celebrates the grand opening of the new John D. White ’70 – Robert L. Walker ’58 Music Activities Center.
It’s a longstanding tradition to place pennies on the statue of Sul Ross, but what happens to them afterward?
Couples create memorial scholarships and a professor of practice in engineering; former student gives first endowed gift for the School of Innovation.
New program encourages cadets to pursue military medicine; StoryCorps compiles Aggie stories; I-Week brings world cultures to campus; students build vertical garden.
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.
Showcasing the impact of planned gifts during the Lead by Example campaign. earn how donors like Elizabeth Bradford are making a difference by being future focused.
In their 125th year, the Texas A&M Singing Cadets are celebrating their history.
Oldest living Yell Leader Bill Lonquist ’48 exemplifies loyalty and service to Texas A&M.
Donors share why they’ve given to Texas A&M during the Lead by Example campaign.
First scholarship for EnMed; gift supports Women’s Resource Center; students establish Barbara Bush memorial scholarship.
Shack-a-Thon raises money; undergraduate journal celebrates anniversary; new Living Learning Community connects Aggie autism community.
Gifts from Elizabeth and Paul ‘Haskell’ Motheral ’52 highlight the beginning and end of the fundraising campaign for the new Music Activities Center.
How Texas A&M’s Maroon & White Leadership Program creates leaders with intention.
A planned gift establishes three Corps scholarships; couple surprises great-niece with a scholarship; gifts for the Texas A&M Coaching Academy and the Bush School of Government and Public Service.
Construction science students study in England; researchers restore Alamo cannons; Aggie Replant coordinates annual tree planting day.
A compilation of facts about Texas A&M’s Yell Leaders, one of the most unique traditions in college athletics.
Cadets study national power through a global lens during the Corps of Cadets’ International Excursions Program.
Students design prototypes through Aggies Invent; Rudder Radio launches at Texas A&M at Galveston; Warrior-Scholar Project expands.
Accounting department naming underway; Pilgrim’s Corp. funds poultry feed mill renovation; Cathy and Bill Davis ’75 endow student conference; Nobel laureate David Lee supports quantum studies.
New Human Clinical Research Facility opens; synthetic canine supports experiential learning for future veterinarians; Blackstone LaunchPad promotes entrepreneurship, Music Activities Center breaks ground.
Construction is now underway to build a new state-of-the-art Music Activities Center for the university’s orchestras, choirs and bands.
Former director of The Big Event at Texas A&M University
creates endowment to reduce student membership fees.
Additional funds to the Fish Camp membership endowment would enable more student counselors to impact the lives of incoming Texas A&M freshmen.
Couple asks wedding guests to donate in lieu of gifts; gift helps veterans pursue entrepreneurial dreams; Santa surprises two siblings with endowed scholarships; couple funds study abroad scholarships.
Brenda and Glenn Dresner '69 gift their Aggie children endowed scholarships for Christmas.
A $150,000 gift made nearly 20 years ago by Emanuel Glockzin Jr. '72 continues to bolster Texas A&M’s poultry judging team.
Planning a gift of investment accounts gives Jane and Jerry Kingsley a clear-cut, easy way to provide for future students and programs at Texas A&M University.
The Aggie Wranglers perform choreographed, high-flying, death-defying country and western dance routines.
A five-year-old boy raids his piggy bank to contribute to the Aggie Veteran Freedom Scholarship made in the memory of his great-grandfather.
The Leadership Living Learning Community is an innovative program that gives freshmen a unique experience with a focus on leadership.
In the agricultural mechanics industry, involvement in a tractor design competition called Aggie Pullers can help you land your dream job.
Young couple creates planned gift for Muster; charitable gift annuity will support Corps scholarships; endowment for Engineering Success Program aids Regents' Scholars; father honors son's memory with President's Endowed Scholarship.
An overseas leadership seminar gives high-caliber incoming freshmen a comprehensive introduction to Texas A&M.
The Memorial Student Center Stark Northeast Tour gives high-achieving students a glimpse into prestigious business and law schools on the East Coast.
A new veteran scholarship provides financial assistance for American heroes like Ray Dilworth '18.
Physics and Engineering Festival attracts science lovers of all ages; Shipwreck Weekend showcases nautical archaeology program; Career Closet suits Aggies for jobs.
For Stephanie Sneed Langenstein ’89, a unique planned gift option presents the opportunity to support her passions during her lifetime.
A $10 million naming gift for the new Music Activities Center brings construction of the facility one step closer to breaking ground.
Aggies travel the world with the help of global study scholarships funded through the Texas A&M Foundation.
Naval officer commits a Corps scholarship; College of Medicine receives $1 million gift; Houston Aggie Mothers’ Club creates HelpLine endowment.
Gifts of retirement assets are a popular way to leave a lasting legacy at Texas A&M.
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.
A small army of Texas A&M students stand ready to treat campus medical emergencies.
Zou and Boyd Cherry ’67 establish gifts in their wills to impact Texas A&M for years to come.
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.
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.