Texas A&M University is known for its “other education”—the more than 800 student organizations that provide virtually unlimited opportunities to learn leadership skills. Over the past four decades, tens of thousands of Aggies have sought these opportunities through A&M’s fraternities and sororities. About 12 percent of A&M students are members of Greek organizations, and Aggie Greeks represent the fastest-growing group of former students. Recognizing this trend, The Association of Former Students recently chartered the Greek Former Students Network, with a Board of Directors representing almost 40 years of hands-on Greek involvement, both on campus and as a part of their own nationally recognized organizations. The Greek Former Student Network connects Greek former students, stimulates interest in and loyalty to Texas A&M, and provides intergenerational programs that further the educational and charitable interests of the Greek letter organizations, Texas A&M and The Association. Build your Aggie Network by getting involved with the Greek Former Student Network.