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If you’re a current or former student, donor, or friend of the Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management, we want to get connected and stay in touch! To receive news and media coverage on the teaching, research, Extension and outreach efforts happening in our department, visit the official newsroom of Texas A&M AgriLife at agrilifetoday.tamu.edu. You can also subscribe to monthly newsletters across Texas A&M AgriLife, to sure you never miss the latest information coming out of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences.
Update your AggieNetwork Profile
One of the easiest ways we can connect with and contact our former students is through the AggieNetwork profile. Login to your profile at www.aggienetwork.com to update your account and access the many resources provided to you by the Association of Former Students, like your AggieNetwork email.
Get Involved with Student Life
Join future natural resource professionals who think outside the box with the support of a dedicated, close-knit faculty and staff backing them every step of the way. Find ways to connect with our student clubs and organizations, get involved with events and explore student life at Texas A&M University.
Give Back to the Department of Rangeland, Wildlife and Fisheries Management
Texas A&M University’s legacy of excellence and world-renowned former student network are what make it so special. We could not train the next generation of natural resource stewards without the support of Aggies who came before. Our skilled development team will help you find ways to give back to Texas A&M that align with your passions and financial goals.
Contact our Development Team
Director of Development - Serving Animal Science, Ecology & Conservation Biology, and Rangeland, Wildlife & Fisheries Management
1700 Research Parkway, Suite 140 College Station, TX 77843
Join the College of Agriculture Development Council
The College of Agriculture Development Council is a volunteer organization committed to supporting the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and its students. Members of The Council include both former students and friends of the College, many of whom are industry leaders across the state and nation. From lawyers and bankers to ranchers and real estate agents, our members provide expertise across the agriculture and life sciences sector.