Susan "Sue" Owen '94 May 2, 2018 5:31 PM updated: December 11, 2019 9:22 AM
You may be leaving campus, but you’re an Aggie always! Here’s how to stay connected to A&M and each other through The Association of Former Students:
Young Alumni Weekend
Hundreds of recent A&M grads came to last year’s Young Alumni Weekend. It’s a weekend filled with fun, food and other young alumni just like you! In fall 2020, the dates are set for Nov. 13-14 (when A&M plays Vanderbilt)! tx.ag/YAW See more Young Alumni events at tx.ag/YAevents
Home and away-game tailgates
You’re invited to a free tailgate at every A&M football game, hosted by The Association to bring Aggies together – this year includes South Carolina, Georgia and Louisiana! tx.ag/AllAggieTailgate
200+ Texas A&M Clubs
Moving somewhere new? Get involved with an A&M Club at tx.ag/clubs and update your address at tx.ag/profile to get emails about events in your area. Make new friends and volunteer at Aggie events or become an officer!
Many Musters are like family get-togethers, and they are the largest single-day gathering of Aggies. More than 300 are held worldwide; most need volunteer help. Mark April 21 on your calendar and bookmark tx.ag/FindAMuster!
Join the Century Club
For your first three years as a new grad, you get 50% off membership in the Century Club. Your gift supports student organizations, scholarships, all of the Former Student Programs described here and more. tx.ag/recentgrad
Hundreds of Aggies in six Texas cities attend these huge events each summer, hear from Texas A&M's football coach, meet the yell leaders and get to pet Miss Reveille! tx.ag/coachsnight
Find An Aggie
When you want to follow up with that one person from that one happy hour but you lost their business card and need a way to get their contact info: tx.ag/FindAnAggie