The Federation of Texas A&M University Mothers’ Clubs is a unique organization. As far as we know, Texas A&M is the only university in the United States where student’s mothers are organized for the purpose of supporting their children and the university they attend.
Since our founding in 1928, the Federation of Texas A&M University Mothers’ Clubs has grown along with Texas A&M University. The Federation now includes approximately 6,650 Aggie Moms who are members of 110 Mothers’ Clubs which are organized into fourteen geographic Districts across Texas and around the nation.
Our Member Clubs and the overseeing Federation Executive Board are governed by the Federation’s Bylaws. The Bylaws were written in 1928 and have been amended through the years, but remain much the same today.
The Federation Executive Board is lead by the Federation’s President. In addition to the President, the Board consists of thirteen elected Officers and six Board Members appointed by the President.
The Federation holds Business Meetings and other events on campus three times a year: in August, January and during Parent’s Weekend.
Aggie Moms are very proud of the support they give their Aggies. They are especially proud of the financial support they provide the students and Student Organizations of Texas A&M University. During the last Club Year, Aggie Moms’ Clubs contributed almost $300,000.00 in scholarships and donations to TAMU.