Mark Francis Fellows
Mark Francis Fellows comprise a select group of College of Veterinary Medicine advocates who find satisfaction in close involvement with a college whose achievements are immediate, tangible, and significant. The levels of giving begin at $1,000.
Fellows are people who are concerned about Texas veterinary medicine -people who recognize that the College of Veterinary Medicine at Texas A&M University is in a unique position to make important advancements for animals and human beings through education, research, and service.
Once a year, Mark Francis Fellows are recognized at a luncheon in their honor. First-time recognition includes a plaque and a pin indicating the level of the gift. The first giving level is a Basic bronze pin. As levels progress to $2,500 Maroon I, $5,000 Maroon II, $10,000 Maroon III, $25,000 Diamond I, $50,000 Diamond II, and $100,000-plus Diamond III, so also do pins awarded at each level.
Mark Francis Legacy Society
Named after Dr. Mark Francis, the “Father of Veterinary Medicine in Texas”, the Mark Francis Legacy Society was created to recognize individuals who have chosen to make future planned gifts of $25,000 or more to the College of Veterinary Medicine through their estate plans.
Mark Francis Legacy Society Members are displaying their belief in the enduring value of the College of Veterinary Medicine and the future of veterinary medical education at Texas A&M University.
The details of your gift will be kept confidential and you may choose to decline public recognition. New members will receive a special plaque and a lapel pin of pendant. Members will also be recognized annually at a college event and their names will appear on the Mark Francis Legacy Wall. Membership in the Mark Francis Legacy Society also qualifies you for membership in Texas A&M University’s Forsyth Heritage Society. If you have a question about making a planned gift, please contact us.