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The Texas A&M Advocacy Network is a programming effort housed by The Association of Former Students at Texas A&M University, a 501 (c)(3) alumni organization. The program exists to promote the interests and welfare of Texas A&M University by serving as an avenue for former students and friends of the university to engage key stakeholders on issues impacting Texas A&M University and higher education in the State of Texas.

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Texas A&M University is a special and unique place that has an enormous impact here at home and across the world. However, in a challenging state and federal environment where resources are still vital, it is now more important than ever that we help advocate for a university that has given so much to us. As an advocate, you will play an important role to help shape the future of Texas A&M by engaging lawmakers and key stakeholders on issues of importance to Texas A&M, when called upon. Sign up today and make your voice heard!

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Orange & Maroon Legislative Day

Alumni and friends of the University of Texas at Austin and Texas A&M University gather to help raise awareness for higher education in Texas.

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Aggies on the Hill

A one day event in our Nation’s Capital that promotes awareness and federal support for Texas A&M University and higher education.

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No. The Texas A&M Advocacy Network is a non-partisan group that strives to promote the interests and welfare of Texas A&M University.

No. Due to state and federal guidelines, the Texas A&M Advocacy Network is prohibited from endorsing candidates.

Most of our efforts are focused on the state of Texas and its reinvestment in higher education and issues affecting Texas A&M University at the state level. However, federal government plays a substantial role in higher education, and we aim to maintain an adequate level of engagement at the national level as well.

Texas A&M and government employees may only use Texas A&M Advocacy Network resources during non-work hours, on a personal device, using a personal email address.

If your group/organization is interested in having a representative from the Texas A&M Advocacy Network speak at an event, please email

If you have additional questions or wish to contact us, you can email us at or call us at (979) 845-7514.


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