Campus Muster Criteria

A current student is defined as an individual who is enrolled at Texas A&M at the time of their passing. Current students are honored here because their peers, classmates, and community will be present on campus the day of April 21st.
Service men and women honorably give up their ties to their hometown when they decide to serve our country in its armed services. Therefore, in reverence of our rich military history, their Aggie community lies with Texas A&M serving as their hometown.
Faculty and staff have direct interactions with current students; therefore, are vital to the campus community. We proudly honor those with direct involvement with the campus experience knowing they generate the overall makeup of the current campus community.
To ensure that students do not have to leave their campus community to attend a Muster Ceremony, we honor immediate family members of a student currently enrolled at the Texas A&M University College Station Campus Muster. An immediate family member is defined as spouse, legal guardian, grandparent, parent, sibling, and child.
One of the capstones of a former student’s continued engagement with their class and Texas A&M is their reunion 50 years after graduating. This encourages classmates to reunite with their former campus community in College Station and engage with Aggieland’s current campus community. The 50th Year Reunion Class celebration is situated at Texas A&M College Station campus during April 21st, thus we host their Aggie Muster in tandem with our campus Muster.

We Are Here To Serve You

The Campus Muster Ceremony envokes Roll Call criteria to ensure the legacy of the Muster tradition is upheld. We believe that every Muster is important, and seek to make it known that from Hawaii, to Nebraska, to College Station; no Muster Ceremony is more important or prestigious than another.

Honoring Your Loved One

Contact our Roll Call Coordinators using the form below.