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Howdy, Aggie Muster speakers!

Congratulations on being selected as a 2023 Muster speaker! This is a significant honor, which comes with the responsibility of honoring Texas A&M’s most sacred tradition and representing Texas A&M’s core values of excellence, integrity, leadership, loyalty, respect and selfless service.

To help you prepare your remarks, we are pleased to provide information from A&M, The Association of Former Students, the Corps of Cadets, the 12th Man Foundation and the Texas A&M Foundation. Each Muster is unique, so we encourage you to use this information to tailor your remarks to best fit the venue and audience. 

Given the reverence of Muster and what this longstanding tradition means to Texas A&M and Texas Aggies, please do not incorporate any mention of politics at the world, national, state or university level into your remarks. Muster attendees should leave the event inspired and with an enhanced love for our beloved university. Keep in mind there are multiple generations of Aggies at most Muster ceremonies, so connecting with Aggies of all ages through your remarks is important.

Information sheets: Each of the following links to a pdf or website.

Muster remarks template

Each year, The Association of Former Students drafts a Muster speech template. It is not required that you use this sample speech, but many Muster speakers find it to be helpful as they prepare their own remarks. We will email the sample Muster speech to all registered Muster speakers for 2023.

To register as a Muster speaker, create or update your profile in the Speakers Bureau at, then email Joseph Fanizzi '25 with the location of the Muster at which you will be speaking.

Thank you for agreeing to speak!

If we can provide any other assistance to you, please call Juliann Miller '21 at 979-845-7514 or email


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