The Association of Former Students has been helping Aggies get where they need to go for more than 140 years. From "howdy" to "here," we support programs, provide resources and cultivate experiences for the entire Aggie Network.Make A Gift
When you give, share that you’ve done so and why on social media. Tag us @AggieNetwork so we and all your followers can hear why you give back.
Find one other Aggie who cares as much as you do, and enlist their help.
If you aren’t comfortable asking a friend to give, talk to them about why you give.
Aggie Muster is celebrated in more than 300 locations across the globe, and the ceremony brings together more Aggies worldwide on one occasion than any other event.
In an effort to help Aggies who were in the path of Hurricane Harvey in 2017, The Association of Former Students and Texas A&M University set aside $200,000 that was made available to A&M Clubs in the storm-torn areas.
Watch the full story of how Alfredo Alvarez '21, despite great personal tragedy, continues to march forward.
All friends and former students of A&M are called to join the new E.E. McQuillen ’20 Society, an innovative Association endeavor that represents a different way for volunteers to help Texas A&M: by giving their time and talent to recruit annual Century Club gifts and make a meaningful difference for the Aggie Network.
Share with others the reasons why they give and connect former students to The Association.
Receive training and support in identifying at least 12 people per year to whom they will personally reach out.
Give 2-3 hours for initial training and then 1-2 hours fundraising each month, which includes writing digital thank-you notes.
Uphold Association standards of courtesy, respect and confidentiality in all dealings, aiming to develop lasting relationships.
Be current Association donors themselves.