Susan "Sue" Owen '94 November 28, 2018 2:17 PM updated: January 2, 2020 2:41 PM
Want to meet all the Aggies in your area?
Local Musters can be friendly and informal, and they’re usually the largest annual gathering of Aggies in a region. Most will include a Roll Call, but the event could take place at a picnic or a pizza restaurant.
Clockwise from top left: 2018 Aggie Musters in Shanghai; Oahu; Loudoun County, Virginia; and Salt Lake City.
Volunteers are almost always needed, and planning has begun for April 2020!
You might unfold chairs, bring flowers, hand out candles, assist with social media or clean up plates after a potluck. Often at local Musters, A&M Clubs will elect next year’s officers, hand out scholarships, or hold a raffle to raise more scholarship money.
How to get involved:
Find out if there is usually a Muster in your area.
Reach out to the Muster chair (if there is one already).
If there’s no Muster nearby, host your own!
It was March 1923 when The Association wrote, “If there is an A&M man in one hundred miles of you, you are expected to get together, eat a little, and live over the days you spent at the A&M College of Texas.”
Bring your best Aggie stories and lend a hand. You’ll be helping to perpetuate what is perhaps the finest tradition Texas A&M University has.
tx.ag/AddAName - Place an Aggie’s name on the Worldwide Roll
tx.ag/WhichMuster - Learn where an Aggie’s name will be called
tx.ag/Criteria - Criteria for names called at student-run campus Muster
tx.ag/MusterMedia - Muster poems and songs
Gifts made to The Association of Former Students pay to mail thousands of local Muster invitations, provide Muster packets and maintain the Worldwide Muster Roll and other services. Add your support at tx.ag/give.