In 2001, the Black Former Student Network (BFSN) was formed in an effort to promote the interests and support the relationships of the African-American constituency of Texas A&M University. The BFSN is the first Constituent Network charted by The Association of Former Students and continues to grow each and every year.
Our primary goals and objectives are to support Texas A&M in its recruitment and retention efforts of African-American Students, Faculty, and Administrators; and to provide opportunities for professional and social networking among our members, Texas A&M University, and other affiliated entities. The BFSN supports the activities of Texas A&M University toward the realization of its educational programs and seeks to forge relationships which promote goals and projects which strengthen the ties between the Black Former Students Network, the community, and the University.
Membership in the BFSN is open to everyone. We invite persons of all cultural, religious, and political backgrounds to join us in our efforts to supporting Texas A&M University and its future.
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