Inquire about starting a new international chapter by contacting Jane Marie Agnew and include the city, country or region that you would like to in your chapter. We can update you on how many alumni are in your area, and then determine the best way to begin organizing for events.
We offer four levels of commitment for international chapters:
International Contact: If you are interested in beginning the search for local alumni but don’t yet have the ability to organize events, this allows us to list your name and contact information on the website so that other alumni or prospective students can find you.
Non-chartered Chapter: If you are ready to begin scheduling events and have a website/social media presence, this will give you access to training and communication resources through the Texas Exes.
Chartered Chapter: If you are hosting regular events, including serious-minded content and key priority events such as Project Worldwide, a service project held in the month of February, and you have regular committee meetings with officers, this will give you access to additional emails and design resources through the Texas Exes.
Outstanding Chartered Chapter: If, in addition to hosting events and holding committee meetings, you are also raising significant funds for scholarships, then we want to reward you with even more communication and design assistance.
Becoming a Chartered International chapter:
- an online chartering agreement form
by June 1 so that our Board of Directors can officially approve the chapter for the next Chapter/Network year.
For International Contacts and Non-chartered Chapters, you must submit an online agreement.
International Chapter Forms and Documents
Courtney Roehling, Vice President of Engagement 512-840-5622,email@example.com
Jane Marie Agnew, Chapters and Networks Manager 512-840-5635, firstname.lastname@example.org
In order to be considered for Texas Exes Scholarships, including Chapter Scholarships, students must complete the Texas Exes Scholarship Application. A link to the application and updated deadline information can be found at scholarships.texasexes.org. By completing the application, students will automatically be considered for all scholarships for which they qualify.
Texas Exes Chapter Scholarships benefit entering freshman, transfer students, and/or students continuing their education at UT. These students are selected by Texas Exes members who volunteer with their local chartered chapter. The Texas Exes Chapters volunteer leaders also work year-round to raise the funding for their awards.
The Association is deeply grateful to The Texas Exes throughout the world who have contributed their time, talent, and funds to help select and recognize these outstanding students.