The Federation of Texas A&M University Mothers’ Clubs

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Our Mission

The Federation of Texas A&M University Mothers’ Clubs was organized in 1928 and has grown to include 108 individual Member Clubs located across Texas and throughout the nation.  The mission of our organization is “by individual and united effort to contribute in every way to the comfort and welfare of the students and to cooperate with Texas A&M University in maintaining a high standard of moral conduct and intellectual attainment”.  Texas A&M University Mothers’ Clubs are proud organizations, proud of Texas A&M University and proud of the daughters and sons they send to Texas A&M.  Aggie Moms are also proud of making a contribution: to the education of their students, to the future of Texas A&M University and to the future of the Great State of Texas.

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We invite you to join an Aggie Moms Club in your area.  Joining and participating in club meetings and events are excellent ways to become familiar with Texas A&M University, to support your Aggie, and to form lasting friendships with other Aggie Moms.

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New on Our Website

The Maps of Member Clubs has been updated for 2017-2018. Find the Aggie Moms’ Club closest to you!

The 2017 Fall Newsletter has been posted.  Be sure to check out the full schedule for the Federation weekend on August 25th & 26th! Marks these deadlines on your calendar: Dinner reservations – August 8th; Workshop registrations – August 14th.

Federation President Carolyn Phelan  has posted the 2017-18 Federation Calendar of Meetings & Events.   Make plans to attend this year’s Federation Meetings!

More About Federation Events

Check Here Throughout the Year for Local Aggie Moms Club Events

Federation President Carolyn Phelan has posted the Guidelines for Aggie Moms Club Historians.

View More Resources for Member Clubs

View Important Federation Documents

The Texas A&M Transportation Institute is involved in assisting the Texas Department of Transportation with the communications, community outreach and public engagement efforts for the Bush-Wellborn Intersection Improvement Project in College Station. They have asked for us to take part in a survey on the Bush-Wellborn intersection. Please read the article then visit the project website and complete the survey.

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