DONATE TO THE OFFICES OF THE DEAN OF STUDENT LIFE
The Offices of the Dean of Student Life have several specific endowments focused on particular programming and list of the endowments can be found below. If there is a program area that you are interested in supporting, but it does not have an endowment associated with it, you can make a donation to the department general fund held by the Texas A&M Foundation and in the memo line write the program area.
AGGIE RECOVERY COMMUNITY
Donations made to the Aggie Recovery Community can be made to the Aggie Recovery Community fund (0574081) held by the Texas A&M Foundation. This fund as been established to support programming within the Offices of the Dean of Student Life for students who are in recovery.
Family Weekend is a tradition that has existed at Texas A&M University since 1919. Texas A&M prides itself on making its visitors feel welcome. The university has given parents and guests a special time to feel this warm greeting. Family Weekend has become our official “HOWDY!” Held by the Texas A&M Foundation, the Family Weekend endowment is a permanent funding source that will enhance programs and events associated with Family Weekend.
LGBTQ+ PRIDE CENTER
The GLBT Endowment at Texas A&M University was established in honor of the 25th anniversary of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Transgender (GLBT) recognition on Texas A&M University’s campus in 2010. Held by the Texas A&M Foundation, the endowment is a permanent funding source that will support LGBTQ+ programming, events, resources, and scholarships for students. The first endowment of its kind at Texas A&M, it will provide an opportunity for people who want to support the LGBTQ+ community on and around campus. It also will help develop and maintain connections between LGBTQ+ Aggies, former students and allies.
STUDENT ASSISTANCE SERVICES
Donations made to Student Assistance Services can be made to the Student Life department general fund held by the Texas A&M Foundation and in the memo line write Student Assistance Services. Funds will be used to support students who are in need of resources to support their personal and academic matters such as textbooks, food and toiletries.
WOMEN'S RESOURCE CENTER
The Lynn Hagan ’77 Endowment for Excellence in Women’s Programming was established in 2018 by Lynn ’77 and Donald “Don” Hagan ’76. Held by the Texas A&M Foundation, the endowment is permanent funding source that will support the programs and activities of the Women’s Resource Center.