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.
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.
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.