Texas A&M University remains committed to expanding access and providing opportunities for qualified students to receive a transformative education.
On average, only 42% of Texas A&M undergraduate students have debt at graduation compared to 62% nationally. But as higher education costs increase, private scholarship support becomes more critical. That’s why the university has pledged to raise $100 million more in scholarship funds by September 2026 through the Aggie Way Scholarship Initiative.
By creating an undergraduate scholarship or graduate fellowship, you can make a profound difference in the lives of individual students and in the lives those students touch as graduates of Texas A&M. Scholarships also free Aggies from the necessity of part-time jobs, giving them more time to satisfy their intellectual curiosity or to participate in extracurricular activities. When you invest in the next generation of leaders of character through a scholarship, you embrace the Aggie Way by giving students more chances to succeed, more rewards for excellence and more reasons to believe the future is bright in Aggieland.
To learn more about giving a scholarship, explore the FAQs and scholarship programs below.