Congratulations on this exciting time in your life! Just because your time as a student is ending doesn't mean your Aggie Spirit does too. You can keep the Aggie Network strong by following this checklist and staying connected to A&M and each other through The Association of Former Students.
- Update Your Profile on AggieNetwork.com
Updating your contact information and student involvement will help keep you connected to the best and most relevant resources beyond Aggieland, including the closest A&M Club and Aggie Muster to where you live .
- Find career resources through Former Student Career Services
Yes, the Career Center is still available to you once you graduate! Take advantage of their programs to effectively pursue job opportunities and jumpstart your career.
- Stay connected with other former students through Association programs
A&M Clubs: There are more than 200 A&M Clubs around the world; get involved with the Club in your area and attend events like happy hours, game-watching parties, networking and more.
Constituent Networks: A Constituent Network is a group of Aggies who are not a traditional A&M Club or Class, but who share a common interest, like the Aggie Educator Network, Aggie Women and Aggie Greeks.
Young Alumni: Attend events geared toward former students who have graduated within the past 10 years. More than 1,000 recent A&M grads have come to past Young Alumni Weekends.
Your Class: Keep up to date with Class news and events. Don't forget to check your emails for Newsletters from your Class Agents.
Attend Muster: Many Musters are like family get-togethers, and they can range from backyard barbecues to black-tie dinners. More than 300 Musters are held worldwide.
- Get your Century Club decal at a discounted rate
Current students can join the Century Club for $25. Recent graduates (up to three years after graduation) can join for $50. Gifts to the Century Club support student organizations, A&M traditions, Class Reunions, Muster and so much more. Learn more about the Century Club's impact here.
- Follow The Association on social media for good bull stories and A&M updates
/AggieNetwork @AggieNetwork @AggieNetwork
- For Young Alumni announcements, follow our YA channels
/TAMUYoungAlumni @TAMUYoungAlumni @TAMUYoungAlumni