The College of Agriculture Development Council (COADC) is a volunteer organization dedicated to enhancing cooperation and understanding between Texas A&M University and the agricultural and life sciences community. Members of this volunteer organization advise the Vice Chancellor and Dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences on agricultural issues, and seek financial resources for the College’s educational programs.
The Council is composed of agricultural and business leaders from Texas and neighboring states, and includes both former students and friends of Texas A&M. Each member is dedicated to improving educational opportunities for current students majoring in agricultural and life sciences and preparing them for roles as future leaders.
Created in 1981, the Council is composed of agricultural and business leaders from Texas and neighboring states, including former students and friends of Texas A&M. Each member works to improve educational and leadership growth opportunities for current students majoring in agricultural and life sciences.
Commitments for membership include attendance at two meetings each year and an annual financial commitment of $1,000 toward the operating expenses and goals of the COADC, including endowed scholarships and financial support to student organizations. This sum can be paid all at once or you can now pay in monthly payments of $90 set up through the Texas A&M Foundation at give.am/COADC. This $90 per month payment includes a small processing fee from the Foundation. Members’ registration fees pay for meetings and activities.
Prospective members are invited to attend one of the Council’s meetings. If you have questions regarding the COADC or an upcoming meeting, contact Cady Auckerman for more information.
College of Agriculture Development Council
Attn: Angel Futrell
600 John Kimbrough Blvd., Ste. 510
College Station, Texas 77843-2142
If you have any questions, please call (979) 458-9761 or email email@example.com.