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How to Give

Credit Card or E-check Online

Donations to Texas A&M University School of Law are now accepted online via credit card (Visa, MasterCard, Discover, American Express) or an electronic check (ACH) through the Texas A&M Foundation. A minimum donation of $25 is required.

Instructions to make a gift online:

  • Follow the link below to the Law School Texas A&M Foundation online giving page.
  • Input the required information at the top of the page.
  • Under Designations, select "Direct my gift to an account within the School of Law."
  • Select "Texas A&M University School of Law Excellence Fund".

Link to the Law School Texas A&M Foundation online giving page.


Check via mail, or in person

You may send in your contribution to:

           Texas A&M University School of Law
           Attn: Development, Myke Holt
           1515 Commerce
           Fort Worth, Texas 76102

      Please make checks payable to Texas A&M School of Law.

If you have any questions, please contact Myke Holt at 817-212-4061 or mholt@txamfoundation.com.

Would you like to double or triple your gift? Take advantage of your employer's matching gift program.

Matching Gifts from Employers
You may be able to double, triple or quadruple the amount of your gift by taking advantage of a corporate matching program. If your company has a program, you may be able to make a larger donation to A&M without further reducing your own assets and still receive a charitable deduction for the amount you give.

Would you like to honor or memorialize someone with your gift? 

Memorial or Honorary Gifts
A gift in memory or in honor of a teacher, student, relative or friend is a generous and thoughtful way to recognize a person's life and accomplishments.

When you make an honorary or memorial gift to Texas A&M School of Law through the Texas A&M Foundation, we notify the honoree or next of kin, and the gift is used as you specified. To make an honorary or memorial gift, send your gift with a note specifying the honoree's name and the address of the honoree or next of kin.

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See what types of giving are available to you.

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