Introducing Our Podcasts!
The Federation of Texas A&M University Mothers’ Clubs is proud to present a series of Podcasts! Click here for details.
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.
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
November 12, 2019:
Introducing our new Podcasts! Click here for details and to access podcast locations.
October 29, 2019:
Form F is now available. Click here to access all Forms.
August 1, 2019:
The Fall Newsletter has been posted. Click here to view.
June 1, 2019:
President Cathleen Inman has announced the 2019-2020 Calendar. Click here for more details.
Aggie Moms Are Special
Being an Aggie Moms makes you a part of a remarkable organization that connects you with thousands of women across the state, nation, and world who are mothers of Aggies and are interested in being there to support each other, our Aggies and the University. Please enjoy this special depiction of what an Aggie Mom is and how the impact of Aggie Moms is felt by those we serve. View the video by clicking here.