Susan "Sue" Owen '94 October 15, 2018 2:11 PM updated: November 5, 2018 9:48 AM
Will you be eligible for your Aggie Ring in time for the Ring Day deliveries in September 2019, November 2019 or April 2020? (How to check eligibility)
Then you can apply starting today (Oct. 15) for an Aggie Ring Scholarship!
Learn how at tx.ag/RingScholApply. Deadline is Feb. 1!
Veterans currently attending A&M should contact A&M’s Veteran Resource and Support Center to apply through the Aggie Rings for Student Veterans program.
Create or give to an Aggie Ring Scholarship
The Association operates a general fund to help students in need get their Rings, and also has helped create more than 100 Endowed Aggie Ring Scholarships (watch a video about the 100th, which honored Erin Miller '17).
Learn more at tx.ag/RingScholarships. You can give online or email Sheila Nelson '92 at SNelson92@AggieNetwork.com for more information, including how to give to the Aggie Rings for Veterans program.
Many Association-affiliated groups have created Endowed Aggie Ring Scholarships, among them the Brazos County and Dallas A&M Clubs, the San Antonio Aggie Moms and the Classes of 1955, 1970, 1977, 1978, 1994, 1999, 2014 and 2017.
Scroll down at this link to see a full list of all the Endowed Aggie Ring Scholarships, including memorials honoring Aggies we have lost.
Texas A&M president Earl Rudder '32 transferred the Aggie Ring program to The Association in 1969. The Association maintains and checks the strict qualifications to order Aggie Rings; helps protect the design and its use; keeps a database of Ring orders and helps reunite Aggies with found Rings (tx.ag/lostfound); oversees delivery of new Aggie Rings for more than 13,000 students a year; and can help you resize, repair or remake your Aggie Ring throughout its lifetime. Your contributions make this work possible. Thank you!