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Who Was E.E. McQuillen, Class of 1920?

This prestigious group is named for a man who made a significant impact on all Aggies: E.E. McQuillen, Class of 1920, was the Executive Secretary of The Association of Former Students and during his 1926-47 tenure made an incredible difference to countless A&M students and former students. He encouraged creation of A&M Clubs statewide and outside Texas; he leveraged the fame of the 1942 Muster on Corregidor to inspire hundreds of Muster meetings worldwide; he focused the drive to build a Memorial Student Center; and by inspiring Aggies to give back, he created student loan funds and opportunity scholarships that allowed thousands of Aggies to stay in school during the Depression and after. During the year, there will be specific campaigns and outreach periods in which McQuillen Society volunteers will participate.

Get Involved

Uniting together, members of the McQuillen Society will...

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  • Share with others the reasons why they give to The Association in support of Texas A&M and Texas Aggies.
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  • Receive training and support in identifying Aggies to whom they will personally reach out.
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  • Give a few hours for developing relationships and securing Century Club memberships each month.
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  • Be current Association donors themselves.
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  • Uphold Association standards of courtesy, respect and confidentiality, aiming to develop lasting relationships.

Become an E.E. McQuillen, Class of 1920, Society Volunteer Fundraiser

Volunteers will be provided with all the necessary resources. We welcome our former students and friends to join their fellow volunteer fundraisers and work alongside The Association to increase our collective support of the ever-growing Aggie Network.

As a former student, I am always looking for ways to give back and help fellow Aggies. Getting involved with the E.E. McQuillen ’20 Society enables me to help thousands of current students by dedicating a little of my time. This small act of service ensures our tradition of excellence and shows the abundant love and gratitude I have for Texas A&M.
- Mallory Odom '12


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FAQ / Contact

Frequently Asked Questions

Volunteer Fundraising provides a unique and powerful link between The Association and former students. This program provides volunteers with the ability to make a difference for The Association and Texas A&M University by using their time and talent to invite family, friends, and others in their own networks to become Century Club members.

We ask that you secure a minimum of 12 Century Club gifts each year. Most volunteers will spend 3 – 4 hours per month as a volunteer fundraiser.

We would like for each volunteer fundraiser to commit to one year and encourage you to continue serving beyond one year as your schedule allows.

  • You believe in the vision & mission of The Association.
  • You are a self-starter with a strong affinity to Texas A&M University.
  • You enjoy making connections and networking.
  • You are a Century Club donor, and understand the value and impact of the Century Club.
  • You will receive a special year bar for your Century Club plaque for completing the Volunteer Fundraising training and agreeing to become a Volunteer Fundraiser. We plan to have other opportunities and recognition items available throughout the year to show you and other Volunteer Fundraisers how much we appreciate you!


    For more information, contact:
    Katherine Scarmardo ’09
    Coordinator of Fundraising | 979-845-7514


    505 George Bush Drive
    College Station, TX 77840

    Phone Number

    (979) 845-7514

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