One hundred years ago, E. King Gill stepped into Aggie lore as the embodiment of what makes Texas A&M special.
In the spirit of the original 12th Man, the Centennial Campaign is our moment to build upon those who came before us and pave the way for Texas A&M Athletics to reach even greater heights.
Excellence requires commitment on every level, both on and off the field. The Centennial Campaign solidifies the Aggies' dedication to the future of our program and student-athletes. Our goal is to develop our players academically, athletically, and personally and to be the best ambassadors possible for Texas A&M University. This campaign, along with what we already have in place, allows us to impact every student-athlete and firmly places us at the forefront of the evolving college football landscape.
Jimbo FisherHead football coach
Discover how we are building
toward the next 100 years
Academic & Wellness Center
Receiving a world-class education from Texas A&M University is life changing. The Academic & Wellness Center is an investment in the future of all Aggie student-athletes, ensuring they have every opportunity to be successful during their time on campus and beyond. The state-of-the-art facility will be at the heart of Aggie student-athletes' daily lives by offering vital support including academic, nutritional and sport psychology services.
Football Indoor Performance Center
When the 12th Man stepped forward and redeveloped Kyle Field into the finest college football stadium in the country, it set the standard for how Aggie Football was going to rise above the competition. With the Football Indoor Performance Center, Texas A&M is continuing to build upon the program's upward trajectory. This premier training facility will help Texas A&M's elite student-athletes reach their full potential.
Bright Football Complex
Since the Bright Complex opened in 2003, it has served as the day-to-day home for Aggie Football in addition to providing space for all Texas A&M student-athletes to access growing resources including nutrition and academic support. With those vital resources gaining much-needed space in the new Academic & Wellness Center, the Bright Complex is being redeveloped and reimagined to give Aggie Football an innovative and modern operations center that will set the program apart from the competition.
Indoor Track Stadium
The new Indoor Track Stadium will pair with E.B. Cushing Stadium to give the prestigious Aggie Track & Field program a leg up on the competition. In addition to helping attract some of the nation's top student-athletes to Aggieland, the facility will provide Texas A&M with the opportunity to host premier events on campus each year.
When we recruit student-athletes to Texas A&M, we are investing in them athletically, academically and in their personal lives. The new Academic & Wellness Center will be at the center of their complete development as leaders who will be equipped to impact the world. It's going to be a place where our student-athletes can gather and get the support they need to grow each and every day.
Ross BjorkTEXAS A&M DIRECTOR OF ATHLETICS
- Student-athlete dining and nutrition center featuring a teaching kitchen
- Expanded resources dedicated to student-athlete services including sports psychology, academics, leadership development, nutrition and compliance
- AMPLIFY studio for student-athlete content creation and brand development
- State of the art classrooms and computer labs
- Learning labs, tutoring spaces and group meeting areas
There won't be anything like it in the country. The Football Indoor Performance Center is going to allow us to keep attracting and developing top student-athletes.
Jimbo FisherTexas A&M Head Football Coach
- 160 yards of practice field
- Elevated observation area
- Dedicated space for sports medicine and strength & conditioning
- Direct access to Bright Football Complex and Coolidge Outdoor Practice Fields
- Outdoor plaza facing Kyle Field (Lot A)
The Bright Complex is where it all starts for our program. Aggie Football has a tremendous history, and when you walk into our building, we want you to feel it but also for it to be a place equipped to push our staff and players to be great each and every day.
Jimbo FisherTexas A&M Head Football Coach
- Expanded lockerroom, team meeting, treatment, rehab and recovery areas
- Added office space for coaching, recruiting and support staff
- Dedicated recruiting spaces
- State-of-the-art audio/video and film technology systems
All renderings are conceptual
Help lay the foundation for Texas A&M Athletics' new era of excellence