Follow Texas A&M's student-athletes throughout the season as they give back to the community and participate in enrichment activities.

Aggies Give Back at Big Event

(3/29/14)-- Here are just a few of the Aggie student-athletes who participated in the annual "Big Event" community service project.

McDonald Named to SEC Community Service Team

(2/26/14)-- Blake McDonald was named to the SEC's Community Service Team for a long list of contributions to the people of Bryan/College Station. More...

Women's Basketball at SEC Tournament

(3/7/14)-- A recap of A&M's first day at the SEC Tournament, including a visit to a local elementary school.

Jones Named to SEC Community Service Team

(2/26/14)-- Jordan Jones was named to the SEC's Community Service Team for her contributions to the Aggies' mentor program with Bryan ISD for elementary school children. More...

Women's Hoops Practices with Challenger Basketball

(2/25/14)-- Players from the Texas A&M Women's Basketball team were special guests at Challenger Basketball's final practice of the season. More from

Student-Athlete Seminar: Dress for Success

(2/20/14)-- The Texas A&M Athletics Department recently held another seminar for its student-athletes, "Dress for Success", which focused on teaching student-athletes the proper attire for the workplace.

Football Hospital Visit: Chick-fil-A Bowl

(12/17/13)-- The Aggie football team spent Friday morning at Children's Healthcare of Atlanta's Egleston campus as part of Chick-fil-A Bowl week.

Open Gym: Spreading Christmas Cheer

(12/20/13)-- Go along with the Aggie basketball team as they buy Christmas presents for the youth of the community.

The Student-Athlete Experience

(12/19/13)-- Some of our 2013 graduates speak about their experiences as student-athletes at Texas A&M.

Santa Visits Football Practice

(12/18/13)-- Santa visited football bowl practice to spread Christmas cheer to the Aggies and several underprivileged children of the Brazos Valley.

Fall 2013 Senior Dessert

(12/12/13)-- The Athletics Department held a special dessert in December inside the R.C. Slocum Nutrition Center to honor, thank and congratulate its 2013 graduates.

Lowak Named to SEC Volleyball Community Service Team

(12/3/13)-- Sophomore outside hitter Angela Lowak has been named to the SEC Volleyball Community Service Team, the Southeastern Conference announced. The SEC sponsors Community Service Teams for all 21 league sponsored sports. The Community Service Team looks to highlight an athlete from each school who gives back to their community in superior service efforts. More...

Women's Basketball Reading Night

(11/22/13)-- The women's basketball team visited Navarro Elementary School in Bryan to participate in "Reading Night".

A Servant's Call

(10/25/13)-- No stranger to selfless service, sophomore tight end Caden Smith has traveled with MMDR (now LiveBeyond) to provide much-needed medical care for local Haitians. More...

The Season's Biggest Assist

(10/24/13)-- In response to the catastrophic damage of the May 2013 Moore, Oklahoma tornado, people all around the nation decided to pitch in and help with relief efforts. Among those who helped was sophomore Courtney Walker. More...

Giving Back

(10/21/13)-- Aggies CAN has grown into the largest student-athlete run food drive in the country. More...

Student-Athlete Seminar: Etiquette

(10/17/13)-- The Athletics Department recently held another seminar for its student-athletes, "Etiquette", which focused on the principles of proper manners and formal table settings.

SAAC: "Aggies Move"

(10/7/13)-- The Texas A&M Student-Athlete Advisory Committee participate in "Aggies Move", a nutritional education program for local elementary students.

Student-Athlete Seminar: Interviewing and Networking

(10/3/13)-- The Athletics Department recently held another seminar for its student-athletes, "Interviewing and Networking", which helps them get advice on how to seek out, prepare for and land jobs after college.

Student-Athlete Seminar: Consequences for Your Actions

(9/5/13)-- The Athletics Department held a seminar for its student-athletes, "Consequences for Your Actions", which helps educate incoming student-athletes on life in the spotlight.

Eighth Annual Paint-a-Thon a Success

(8/24/13)-- The Texas A&M Baseball team gave back to the community Saturday morning by participating in its eighth annual Paint-a-Thon at the home of Ms. Eula Taylor in College Station. The Aggies rounded up 37 players and 15 support staff and coaches to replace two decks, paint the exterior of the home and landscape the yard. More...