Caitlin "Cait" Shields '11 February 16, 2018 12:05 PM updated: February 26, 2018 5:13 PM
The Texas A&M Greek Former Student Network will once again honor the best and brightest Aggie Greeks at the upcoming Aggie Greek Awards Reception.
Set March 2 at the MSC, the reception celebrates outstanding Greek chapters as well as their student leaders, advisors and former students. GFSN, a chartered Constituent Network of The Association of Former Students, holds the event in an effort to display the importance of aligning each individual chapter’s values with those of Texas A&M University and to promote the positive benefits of Greek membership.
Network liaison Callie Gilliam '17 said the event is one with a purpose.
"The Aggie Greek Awards aim to bring the entire Greek community together while also celebrating the accomplishments of the chapters and the individuals within them," she said.
The event highlights what the Network is all about, the Network's founder and president, Will Oliver '91 said.
"The Greek Former Student Network exists to represent the fastest growing population of former students and the largest collective group of current students on campus," he said. "Our goal is to stimulate interest in and loyalty to Texas A&M, and provide intergenerational programs that further the educational and charitable interests of the Greek letter organizations, Texas A&M and The Association. We are always Aggies first, but we want to celebrate our Greek organization heritage and the positives we bring collectively to The Association of Former Students and Texas A&M University."
The Association organizes and facilitates a bevy of events and programs for former students to keep Aggies engaged after they've graduated, including Class programs, Reunions, Clubs and Constituent Networks. This is only possible with the support of the Aggie Network. Visit tx.ag/give to make a gift.