TEXAS A&M FOUNDATION
As our Corps continues to grow, we strive to offer additional financial aid, enhanced learning experiences, and outstanding facilities for our cadets. Donor support provides critical resources allowing us to recruit and retain outstanding cadets. To all who have given so generously—thank you! Your gifts of support will impact our Corps for many years to come!
Donors often ask how they can make the greatest impact on the Corps. Support for our leadership training, international excursions, learning centers and scholarships are among our highest priorities.
HOLLINGSWORTH CENTER FOR ETHICAL LEADERSHIP (HCEL)
Providing resources for the HCEL is our number one funding priority. Through this center, all cadets experience formal studies in leadership and are taught to apply those leadership principles in everyday life in the Corps. Juniors and seniors who are not pursuing military commissions further their leadership experience with advanced courses and training to prepare them for civilian careers. We are expanding this career readiness training through additional conferences, mentoring programs and post-graduation research. In 2019, over $110,000 was generously pledged by individual and corporate donors to impact the Hollingsworth Center, including $87,000 toward the Intentional Leadership Conference.
Donors who wish to invest in the continued growth and success of the Corps are encouraged to contact our Corps
of Cadets development team:
Mandy Zalmanek ‘20
Business Operations Coordinator
Texas A&M Foundation, Division of Student Affairs
John J. Koldus Building, Suite 111
College Station, TX 77843
CORPS OF CADETS ASSOCIATION
The CCA is a membership-based 501(c)(3) non-profit corporation that serves as one of Texas A&M University’s designated five pillars of giving. Membership is open to anyone who wants to support the mission: “To Promote, Preserve, and Perpetuate the Texas Aggie Corps of Cadets.” Complementing individual cadet scholarships provided through the TAMU Foundation, the CCA helps recruit and retain cadets by funding over fifty programs, special units, and events that crosscut the Corps as a whole. In addition to supporting the Corps, member benefits include the Association’s celebrated quarterly publication, The Guidon, monthly e-newsletters, and access to exclusive web-based products.
For more information about the CCA
Jill Kizer Bright '91
Texas Aggie Corps Association
1134 Finfeather Road
Bryan, TX 77803-3823
Bricks are purchased through the Texas A&M Foundation and allow up to three lines (max 15 characters per line) for a message, with most featuring the name and class year of the individual.
$100 – two lines of text
$125 – three lines of text
$250 – two lines of text
$275 – three lines of text
$50 – A duplicate brick can be ordered, and will be identical to the one purchased. The duplicate brick will be mailed to the person indicated on the order form.
Follow the directions below
- Click “ORDER ONLINE” below
- Under “SELECT DEPARTMENT OR ACCOUNT” select “Corps of Cadets Center”
- Enter your order total and personal details for payment
- Under the category “Gift Details” and in the “Additional Comments” box, you will indicate who the brick is for and what you want on the brick
- There is a 15 character/space per line limit. If you would like an additional certificate to be sent or your duplicate brick to be mailed elsewhere, please provide this information in the “Additional Comments” box
- Once your brick has been installed, you can search for its exact location on our plaza here