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One of the best ways Aggies can have an impact on current students and keep the treasured traditions of Texas A&M alive is by giving back to the University.

While students at Texas A&M, you learned the importance of being active and involved with Texas A&M. It is important that this tradition remains strong after graduation as well. Remaining involved and active with the Aggie Network is vital to Texas A&M University.

That is why the Century Club was formed in 1965 to recognize and honor loyal Aggies who give at least $100 each year to The Association of Former Students. Gifts of any amount are appreciated!

As a Century Club member, you play a leading role in helping The Association provide millions of dollars to Texas A&M in the form of scholarships, student organizations, financial aid, Aggie traditions, and much, much more. After all, it's up to former students to ensure that the tradition of excellence at Texas A&M continues for years to come.

In fact, impacting Texas A&M and your fellow Aggies through The Association of Former Students is easy. Simply choose one of the Century Club gift levels and make your annual gift today.

    * Faculty, current students and recent graduates (within 36 months of graduation) receive a 50 percent discount on all gift levels.

    To learn more about The Association's Century Club, contact the Annual Giving department at fundraising@aggienetwork.com or call (979) 845-7514.

    The Association of Former Students
    505 George Bush Dr.
    College Station, TX 77840-2918
    Phone: (979) 845-7514
    Fax: (979) 845-9263

     

     

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    505 George Bush Drive
    College Station, TX 77840

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    (979) 845-7514

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