Howdy! If you know any moms that have students headed to Texas A&M this summer or fall, please pass this information on to them:
Because of recent Texas legislation, TAMU will not be able to provide Aggie Moms’ Clubs with contact information for incoming Aggies for Summer and Fall 2016 unless the students opt-in to release their contact information.
This means the Clubs can’t send new Aggie Moms information about Aggie Moms’ Club meetings and activities. “Opting in” can be done by selecting “I authorize Texas A&M University to release my directory information.” through their student’s AIS portal.
Thanks and Gig’em!
Welcome! We hope this site will help you stay informed about Coppell Aggie Moms and provide a portal to everything you need to know about being the parent of an Aggie.
Coppell Aggie Moms, organized in 1995, is one of more than 100 Aggie Moms clubs in the State of Texas and nationwide. Coppell Aggie Moms’ Club is open to Aggie Mom’s from Coppell, Flower Mound, Lewisville, Highland Village, Valley Ranch and Irving. We join together with a common bond — our Aggies!
Purpose: By individual and united effort, members of the Coppell Aggie Moms Club will contribute to the comfort and welfare of our students and cooperate with Texas A&M University in maintaining a high standard of moral conduct and intellectual attainment.
Activities: In addition to meeting other Aggie Moms, learning more about Texas A&M and its rich traditions, and of course, sharing all about our Ags, club activities include donations to Texas A&M campus organizations.
Aggie Moms! As mentioned in the October 17, 2016 meeting, to purchase a seedling Century tree with this year’s proceeds funding a $25,000 Endowed Sul Ross Scholarship for the Corps of Cadets, go to: Aggie Century Tree Project and under referral information enter Texas A&M Class of 2018.
Our club activities include:
v Monthly “support our Aggies“ projects
v Fall and Spring “Exam Packs”
v Birthday cards to our Aggies
v Gifts to graduating Aggies
v Support of various campus organizations at TAMU in 2015-2016 include donations to :
Aggie Band, Aggie Gents, Breakaway, Carpool, Corps of Cadets, Fish Camp, IMPACT, MSC Fish, SALT Camp, Traditions Council, Yell leaders, 12th Can and more….
v Assist Aggies who are homeless or in need. See this article in The Battalion.
v Participation in Federation of Texas A&M Mothers’ Club activities and events