Why join the Club? We need you. Every membership dollar/volunteer hour received directly supports a scholarship student.
Our Club, which represents over 14,000 Aggies in the Fort Worth area, is considered, by the Association of Former Students, one of the largest A&M Clubs in the world. The Club was chartered by the Association in 1931. The Club works closely with the Association in promoting the Aggie Network, supporting Texas A&M, and providing scholarships to local deserving students. We hold one of the largest off-campus Musters, and every year at Coach’s Night conduct what, to our knowledge, is the largest Silent Auction of any A&M Club. Proceeds of the Silent Auction and our other events benefit the Club’s scholarship fund and other Club endeavors.
The Club is currently funding 13 students on academic scholarships and has funded over $110,000 in scholarships over the past ten years.
In addition, the Club:
- has funded a $15,000 Diamond Century Club Endowment with the Association of Former Students
- has contributed $10,000 to the Lady Aggie Maroon Club (as a Lifetime Member) in support of women’s athletics
- is a 12th Man Foundation “Eppright Distinguished Donor”
- contributed over $10,000, through members of the Club, to the Bonfire Memorial and Bonfire Relief Funds
- has pledged and begun paying on a $25,000 capital gift to the Association of Former Students’ enhancement project for the Clayton W. Williams Alumni Center
The Fort Worth A&M Club Board of Directors has once again voted to cover membership dues – if you’re local, you’re automatically a member of our Club and can get involved right away! The Fort Worth A&M Club depends on the support of our local former students and friends to reach our goals of funding scholarships to send local students to Texas A&M University. We encourage you to consider supporting us through your generous donations and involvement!