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As a former graduate or professional student at Texas A&M University, your contributions to your profession, your field and the world are an important part of the Aggie story. All over the world, you and your peers are living the core values that bring us together no matter how far we are from campus. Below, you will find stories and resources to help you stay connected with others who have shared the unique experience of being an Aggie graduate student.
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Whether you have an exciting update to share, a piece of advice to give new and current graduate and professional students, a memory of a favorite professor or a desire to mentor current students, the Graduate and Professional School wants to connect with you. Fill out a quick form to share your update or let us know how to best get in touch.
Stay Connected with Texas A&M
Chartered A&M Clubs
With more than 250 clubs across the United States and the world, there is probably an A&M club near you.
Being an active local club member is an excellent way to stay connected with your fellow Aggies and help shape the future of Texas A&M.
A Constituent Network is a group of Aggies who share a common interest and work to further related educational and charitable goals.
Groups include the Aggie Educator, Pride LGBTQ and Women’s Networks, the Black Former Student Network, the Texas A&M Hispanic Network and many others.
Contribute to a Graduate Student Organization
Share Your Most Valuable Assets — Your Time and Expertise — with Current Students
Aggies are always looking for a way to serve others, and what better cause is there than helping the students who are following your footsteps to excel? Getting involved with a graduate student organization is an excellent way to make an impact, whether you can commit to a onetime speaking engagement or a more dedicated mentorship role.
See What's Happening in Grad Aggieland
Texas A&M Graduate And Professional Programs Climb In U.S. News & World Report Rankings
The latest edition of the Best Graduate Schools ranking finds two colleges in the national top 10, and the School of Law cracking the top 30 for the first time.
Harness the Power of the Aggie Network
The Association of Former Students
As soon as you end your studies at Texas A&M, you automatically become a member of The Association of Former Students. Your membership comes with perks from networking opportunities to career development support — and there are no dues or fees required.