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Regents’ Scholarships

The Regents’ Scholars Program supports first-generation undergraduate students whose annual family income is less than $40,000 with financial aid, academic and social assistance, on-campus living and a supportive community. This program allows donors to develop relationships with students to share ideas and dreams. Approximately 600 new Aggies benefit from a Regents’ Scholarship each year, and by endowing a Regents’ Scholarship, your gift will continue to support first-generation Aggies forever. With your support, Texas A&M can impact many lives and make the dream of a college education possible.

Contact: Al Pulliam ’87, Assistant Vice President for Development

Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences

The Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries contains more than 400 students led by 35+ staff who specialize in biological sciences, social and human dimensions, policy, and AgriLife Extension outreach. The department provides trusted expertise to landowners, policymakers and stakeholders, and prepares future natural resource stewards through research, teaching and engagement. By supporting the Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences, you can help advance scientific research, empower students and faculty, and forge a lasting impact on the management of our valuable resources for generations to come.

Contact: Scott Jarvis ’00, Director of Development, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences


To empower student-athletes to succeed in life beyond their playing days, AmplifyU strives to support these individuals in both their professional and personal development at Texas A&M. A partnership between Texas A&M University Athletics and Mays Business School, the AmplifyU program offers personal and professional development courses, networking opportunities and insightful sessions with business industry experts to equip student-athletes with entrepreneurial and leadership skills. Team up with AmplifyU to help Mays establish a lifelong pathway to success for student-athletes.

Contact: Cassie Mahoney 15, Senior Director of Development, Mays Business School

Foundation Excellence Awards

Foundation Excellence Award (FEA) Scholarships help recruit and retain outstanding undergraduates from historically disadvantaged groups often underserved in the Aggie student body, including minorities and those who face significant economic or educational hurdles. Since 1999, FEAs have awarded meaningful financial support to underserved Aggies who need it most. 

You can create a pass-through scholarship for one student with a gift of $10,000. For a perpetual impact, however, individuals and corporations can endow a $50,000 FEA that will help deserving students write their own Aggie stories for generations.

Contact: Al Pulliam ’87, Assistant Vice President for Development

Corps of Cadets Scholarships

The Texas A&M Corps of Cadets is the largest, oldest and most visible student organization and leadership training program at Texas A&M University. Earlier this spring, Texas A&M University announced an ambitious March to 3,000 initiative to grow the Corps of Cadets’ enrollment to 3,000 members. The Corps develops well-educated leaders of character who embody the values of honor, courage, integrity, discipline and selfless service. By making more scholarships readily available for cadets, the university can continue to increase recruitment and retention efforts for the Corps. There are four levels of Corps scholarship support that offer annual stipends to outstanding cadet leaders.

Contact: Essence Wylie ’15, Assistant Director of Development, Corps of Cadets

Faculty Chairs & Professorships

Held by accomplished professors at Texas A&M University, faculty chairs and professorships are crucial for attracting and retaining exceptional faculty and fostering excellence in both teaching and research. These positions support faculty endeavors and create an environment where they feel inspired and enabled to reach their full potential through academic freedom. Through an endowed gift to the Texas A&M Foundation, you can help enhance student education by providing outstanding faculty the opportunities to foster a creative and productive learning environment.

To learn more and connect with us, check out our Faculty & Research page.

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