Forever Supporting the Spirit of Aggieland
The Association of Former Students formally established its Endowed Century Club program in 1984, creating a unique and enduring opportunity to give to Texas A&M. By taking part, former students and friends of Texas A&M are lighting a path toward continued success in Aggieland, perpetually impacting our great university in ways that are critical to its future.
In the years since its inception, the program’s influence has been abundantly clear. Endowed Century Club donors have helped pave the way for the financial support of numerous projects, such as scholarships, academic programs, student activities, staff and faculty development and much, much more. Through their generous contributions, the impact of these dedicated individuals will resonate forever on the Texas A&M campus.
How to Become A Donor
Participation in the Endowed Century Club can be attained with a minimum gift of $25,000. This gift can be given over a five-year period with a minimum of $5,000 to be paid each year. Upon receipt of your initial gift, you will be recognized for your generous support to The Association of Former Students’ Endowed Century Club. For tax purposes, the Benjamin Knox print is valued at $200 and is not tax-deductible from the initial gift. As our university continues to develop and progress, we want to extend an invitation for you to join the Endowed Century Club and become even more involved.
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- Lifetime membership benefits of The Association of Former Students
- Permanent recognition in the Clayton W. Williams, Jr. Alumni Center
- Recognition in Texas Aggie magazine and on the Tribute Wall
- An exclusive, beautifully framed and personalized Benjamin Knox fine art print
- A special Endowed Century Club lapel pin or pendant
- Annual event in Flores Hall at the Clayton W. Williams, Jr. Alumni Center
For more information on how you can further advance your legacy of giving to Texas A&M, please contact Alexandra G. Rainey '15, at ARainey15@AggieNetwork.com, (979) 845-7514 or (800) 633-7514.