Welcome to Collin County Aggie Moms

Aggie Moms are proud,  proud of Texas A&M University, proud of the daughters and sons they send to Texas A&M, and proud of making a contribution: to the education of their Aggies, to the future of Texas A&M University and to the future of the Great State of Texas.

$42k donated to TAMU

What an incredibly blessed year we have had. The fruits of our club’s fundraising efforts through successful pecan sales, poinsettia sales, boutique sales, raffle, spring golf tournament and other donations have resulted in a very rewarding year! We will be sending $42,000 to Texas A&M University.
These donations will be dispersed with 20 scholarships in the amount of $1,000 each, $5,000 to start our third Collin County A&M Mother’s Club Endowed Scholarship, and the remaining funds of $17,000 to be distributed to student organizations. 
Our appreciation goes out to all our Aggie Moms, Dads, families and businesses who supported our fundraising efforts this year…WHOOP! We could not have done this without YOU!
Thanks & Gig ‘Em!
Kathy Terzis
Collin County Aggie Moms President (2021-2022)

Congratulations to our new CCAM 2022-23 Board



Vice President at Large





1st VP Membership

2nd VP Projects

3rd VP Socials

4th VP Programs

5th VP Communications

Becky Bird ’89

Laura White

Kathy Terzis ’90

Jeanne King

Shelley Verhoev

Sofia Davila

Jo Anna Gaudsmith ’85

Valerie Pyland

Debby Duty

Glenda Copeland ’83

Linda Ali ’88

Jamie Hanna

“From the outside looking in, you can’t understand it. 

From the inside looking out, you can’t explain it.”

-Aggie Proverb

12 Reasons to Join Collin County Aggie Moms

  1. Form friendships with other Aggie Moms.
  2. Raise funds to directly support local Aggies through scholarships.
  3. Attend social events with other Aggie Moms.
  4. Network with other Aggie Moms experiencing the “empty nest” syndrome.
  5. Learn traditions of Texas A&M University.
  6. Attend monthly meetings with guest speakers.
  7. Be part of an organization that has been supporting Aggies for over 100 years.
  8. Share your experience with newer Aggie Moms.
  9. Give back to our local community.
  10. Learn what your Aggie doesn’t share with you.
  11. Brag about your Aggie at monthly meetings.
  12. Have lots of fun with other Aggie Moms!