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David Wilkinson '87,
Senior Regional Director of Development
(800) 392-3310 or (979) 845-8161

Cindy Munson '99,
Director of Development, Student Affairs
(800) 392-3310 or (979) 845-8161

A New Day for the MSC

If there is a place at Texas A&M where the Aggie heart beats eternal, it would be in our Memorial Student Center (MSC). It’s not just a building in which students congregate—it’s a place where generations of Aggies come together to honor the past and celebrate the future. It’s an essential part of what makes A&M unique. It nourishes our spirit.

From Renovation to Reality
On April 21, 2012, thousands toured the renovated MSC after the rededication ceremony that featured Texas Gov. Rick Perry.

The 400,000-square-foot center features the 16,000-square-foot Debbie ’76 and John ’74 Bethancourt Family Ballroom and 150 percent more student lounge and activity space.

The Meaning of the MSC

Making the Case
The MSC renovation was an ambitious task. In 2007, A&M students voted to double the student center fee to fund $82 million of the three-year, more than $100 million project.

There are still naming opportunities available in the MSC to establish your legacy in the living room of the Texas A&M campus. See the naming opportunities available in the MSC Case Statement.

Pooled Account
Can't establish an endowment at this time but want to make a difference in the project? Donate today to a pooled account.

About the Project
Hear from Aggies why the renovation project is important to them, study up on MSC history and get project updates at the MSC renovation website.