Ways to Give

You can help the Texas A&M University Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy achieve its mission by contributing to one of our many campaigns. Gifts from alumni, friends and business partners are necessary as we strive to produce leaders and visionaries in the health care profession.

There are many ways you may support the Rangel College of Pharmacy. We thank you for your interest in supporting our program.

You may give a one-time donation via cash, check or credit card. You may also make a pledge of support, which are gifts that are paid over a period of time. You can make a pledge commitment and set up a payment schedule that works best for you. Indicate the area of the college you are interested in supporting.

Gifts may be mailed to:

Texas A&M Foundation
Attn: Karen Slater
401 George Bush Dr.
College Station, Texas 77840

Checks may be written to the “Texas A&M Foundation”
(please indicate by email or note where you wish to apply your gift)

Donate online via credit card


Endowments are gifts that keep on giving. The funds are invested by The Texas A&M University System, and the interest generated is used for the purpose you wish to support: financial aid, student awards, professional development, support for faculty, research, etc. A portion of the endowment is reinvested each year, enabling it to continue to grow and provide a consistent source of income over time. Endowment gifts can be made through pledges and fulfilled over a multi-year period.

We are grateful to have a number of endowed gifts from our generous supporters. A list of endowed gifts can be found on our In Thanks page.

Please contact Karen Slater, Director of Development and Corporate Relations at 979.436.9108 or  kslater@txamfoundation.com if you would like more information on setting up an endowment with the Rangel College of Pharmacy.


The Texas A&M Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy is proud of its strong connections to community partners including corporations and retailers, small businesses and independent pharmacies, foundations, associations, and individuals. The ability to provide a comprehensive pharmacy education is contingent upon offering experiential learning and professional development opportunities for our students. Our community partners provide the financial and in-kind support to make these opportunities possible. There are many ways companies can choose to support the Rangel College of Pharmacy:

Interested in one of these giving opportunities?

Have other ideas for ways your business could partner with us?

Contact the Office of the Dean:

Eva Bennett
Administrative Associate IV
Ph 361.221.0610
Fax 361.221.0790
Sharon LeMieux
Administrative Coordinator I
Ph 361.221.0603
Fax 361.221.0790