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Katie graduated from Lamar High School in Arlington. She was involved in the high school band, Key Club, National Honor Society, Health Occupation Students of America and the Texas Future Music Educators of America. She too has dedicated many hours to volunteering in her community including Mission Arlington. Katie has a love for animals. In her own words, "I love animals of every kind, big or small, fury or slimy." This passion has led her to follow her dream to become a veterinarian. The vet school is what first attracted Katie to A&M; however, after her first visit, she fell in love with the school and its traditions. 


Kiara graduated from Mansfield Timberview High School. She stayed active during her four years with cheerleading, Student Council, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, National Honor Society and received multiple awards for Academic Excellence and Visual Arts. She, like the other young ladies, dedicated time to volunteer in the community and the church including the Walk for Multiple Sclerosis. Kiara will major in Visualization to become a Technical Director for Animation. She also plans to become a member of the Corps of Cadets. Kiara chose A&M because "every Howdy feels like a welcome back and every football yell feels like a never ending battle cry. I applied to Texas A&M so I could be academically and socially successful. I can’t wait to be part of the 50,000 students that laugh deep, smile wide, and create new traditions that honor the Spirit of Aggieland."


Chasity graduated from Azle High School. She kept a perfect attendance and held the offices of Co-Vice President for the National Honor Society and Student Council’s student body president. Chasity volunteered time in her community and church including the Ronald McDonald House. She loves people and that is why she has decided to pursue a Business Administration degree in Management and will ultimately work in HR or work toward a law degree. Her career goal is to become a family lawyer or a case worker. She chose A&M because she has wanted to attend since she was a child and it simply feels like home.


Whitney graduated from Birdville High School in North Richland Hills. During her tenure, she was recognized for several scholar  programs, served as a member of National Honor Society, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, Young Life, Student Council and many more. While at A&M, Whitney will be majoring in Business Administration due to her love of math, economics, strategic thinking and leadership. She chose A&M because of its traditions, community and the quality of education. She further explains, "the Spirit of Aggieland is like no other. It is strong, proud, confident and inspiring." Whitney will be carrying on her father’s legacy as he is a member of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie class of 87.  





Kelsey Ann Kusman ‘18

Luis Enrique Ramirez ‘18

  Phuong Uyen Pham ‘18

Cole Hager ‘18

(Felice J. and Marvin J. Girouard '61 Endowed Scholar)




Hope Miller ‘17


Shayla Blackwell '16

   Desiree Johnson '16  

(Dr. Fred A. Palmer '59 and Vola N. Palmer Endowed Scholar)

Megan Romeo '16

Meredith Thomasson '16











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