Speaker Nomination2018-09-26T23:41:19+00:00

2019 Campus Muster Speaker Nomination

The tradition of Aggie Muster takes place here on campus, and around the world, each year. One of the first tasks of the Aggie Muster Committee is to select a speaker nominated by current and former students. The speaker will address the student body, the honored families, and the 50-Year Reunion Class during the campus Muster ceremony. Some examples of past speakers include the original Twelfth Man, E. King Gill ’24 (1964), Governor James R. “Rick” Perry ’72 (2002), Texas A&M football coach, R.C. Slocum (2016), and most recently, Kathleen Gibson ’81 (2018).

On behalf of Aggie Muster Committee, we would like to extend the opportunity to nominate a speaker for the 2019 Muster Ceremony. While the examples above are among the most well-known Aggies to speak at the on Campus Muster ceremony, we encourage you to consider any speaker who embodies Texas A&M’s core values and is connected to our university in a positive way. It is an immense honor to be selected as the Campus Muster Speaker and this individual will be responsible for setting the tone in Reed Arena for thousands of Aggies in attendance.

To nominate a speaker, please visit https://tx.ag/2019SpeakerNominationForm or access the form below and fill out the questionnaire. The form consists of a series of questions inviting you to share why your nominee is a great candidate for the 2019 Campus Aggie Muster Speaker. Please send in your nominations by Friday, October 19th. If you have any questions about this process or your nomination, contact the Speaker Executive, David Pham, at musterspeaker@gmail.com.

Speaker Nomination Form