June 15, 2010
One of the college's highest priorities is scholarship support
for our students, while providing them with an advanced veterinary
medical education that utilizes the finest in modern
Along with these advances also come growing costs. The average
debt for a veterinary student at graduation exceeds $60,000. Our
students need help to help ease the financial burden.
Class Scholarship Initiative
This program encourages each of the graduating classes to work
toward creating an endowed scholarship in their class name. The
classes of 1941, '51, '55, '65, '69, '70, '75 and 2002 have already
surpassed the $25,000 endowment level. As everyone knows, there is
power in numbers, and if everyone gives a small amount, the sum
total would be in excess of $1,000,000 and over 50 new scholarship
Many former students have used this vehicle as a way to
memorialize classmates when they have passed on, giving to that
deceased classmate's class scholarship fund in their memory.
If you would like to participate, you may send a check payable
to the Texas A&M Foundation, designating the particular class
scholarship you wish to support. Or, you may call our office and
ask for one of the brochures with the pledge form printed inside.
(See Contact Us)
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