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The Development of Aggie Park

This beautification project will transform 20 acres in the heart of campus into enhanced outdoor spaces for study and relaxation, tailgating, entertainment and recreation for students and visitors. The project, which is envisioned as “an outdoor MSC,” will include additional and enhanced tailgating space, water features, an outdoor amphitheater, a performance pavilion, public Wi-Fi, dedicated media utilities for national broadcasts, permanent Distinguished Alumni recognition, and improved infrastructure. A new building operated by The Association of Former Students will be programmed for year-round use, providing flexible and functional space for Aggie Ring Day and other events.

Groundbreaking was held in February 2020, with anticipated completion of the park in summer 2022 and a new building planned for the future.

The park renovation will be funded through private donations to be raised by The Association of Former Students. The university will lease the park to The Association for the duration of construction. OJB Landscape Architecture is creating the park design, and Lake Flato is providing architectural services for the design of the event facility. Project management services are under the direction of development firm Midway, and Tellepsen is the general contractor. Design firm POTTER is designing the permanent Distinguished Alumnus tribute, with construction being done by James R. Thompson, Inc. Construction fencing going up around the Aggie Park acreage in July 2021 will affect access to the park; access to and parking for the Clayton W. Williams, Jr. Alumni Center; and the location of some Association events, including Aggie Ring Days. See tx.ag/ParkConstruction for details.

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Where nature and the Aggie Spirit intersect 365 days a year

Where tradition, history and achievement are spotlighted


Aggie Park is a visible investment into student life here at Texas A&M. From Aggie football gamedays and outdoor studying to concerts and events, this space will serve as an incredible "front yard" to campus that is on par with our institution. Current and future students alike should be excited about the benefits this project will bring to our student body for generations to come.
Aggie Park will be a grand statement that says ‘Welcome Back’ to former students and ‘Howdy’ to campus visitors while becoming a favorite greenspace for students. I look forward to seeing it when it is complete.
The Association of Former Students is proud to play a lead role in this landmark project for Texas A&M and looks forward to seeing Aggie Park emerge as a place of inspiration, celebration and reflection for the entire Aggie Network.
Aggie Park is an opportunity to build a space that recognizes the past, embraces the future and helps enable the continued unique blend of Aggie values to thrive.
We’re thrilled with the renovation that will serve the 12th Man 365 days a year as well as make for a beautiful setting for tailgating and national programs like ESPN GameDay.

Where Aggie Ring Day, gameday and other milestone memories are made


Who will use Aggie Park? How will they benefit?

Aggie Park will be enjoyed by all members of the Aggie Network – students, former students, faculty, staff, Aggie parents, and friends of Texas A&M. Students, former students and Aggie families are expected to be the primary users, but the park will also be accessible to residents of the Bryan-College Station community. Year-round usage will range from Aggie Ring Day to study and play, picnics to tailgating.

Why is this project important?

Aggie Park will provide additional green space on campus that is functional, inspiring and restorative. It will allow for outdoor study and student recreation, and will provide space for reflection and renewal. A new building within the park will provide needed improved space for Aggie Ring Day and other annual celebrations and events.

What is the timeline for this project?

Site preparation began in February 2020 and site development began in March 2020. Construction begins in earnest in July 2021. Park development is targeted for completion in the summer of 2022. The new building construction is planned for the future.

What new features will be added to the park?

New features planned for the park include Wi-Fi, water features, an outdoor amphitheater, modern public restrooms, and improved green spaces and outdoor spaces for study, relaxation, tailgating, entertainment and recreation. There will also be a food-service facility as well as dedicated space for food trucks.

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For Donor Opportunities

Nic Taunton ’07
(979) 845-7514

Project Logistics

Marty Holmes ’87
(979) 845-7514

Media Contacts

Scot Walker ’90

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