On June 18, 1885, 34 new graduates of the two-year-old University of Texas founded its alumni association. Today, the Texas Exes has more than 106,000 members living all over the world. The association keeps Longhorns connected to the people and the place that changed their lives forever.
Our mission forms the basis of what we do and how we budget.
The Texas Exes is an independent 501(c)(3) nonprofit led by a volunteer board of directors.
There are nearly 60 full-time staffers at the association to support the activities of the board and volunteers. See a listing of departments for contact information here, or our staff directory here.
The association's home on campus is the Etter-Harbin Alumni Center. The building is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
History and Traditions
Preserving the history of the university has long been a focus for the Texas Exes. Read the true story of how Bevo got his name, the origin of the "Eyes of Texas," and the association's history of advocacy on the university's behalf.
Corporate partners and sponsors support the mission of the Texas Exes.
Interested in a career with the Texas Exes? Check this page for job and internship postings. The association is an equal-opportunity employer.