There is perhaps no greater measure of a school's success than for its graduates to command the respect of their profession through outstanding accomplishments, leadership, and good works. In 1997, the College of Architecture created the Outstanding Alumni Award to spotlight the extraordinary achievements of our former students. The award is the highest honor the college bestows on former students. Fewer than 1% of the college's former students are selected for this honor.
View a database of the College of Architecture's Outstanding Alumni Award winners.
Scroll down to learn about the Outstanding Alumni Award nomination process. Nominations are due April 1 prior to the annual awards banquet in the fall.
Nominees for the College of Architecture Outstanding Alumni Awards are evaluated on accomplishments reflecting Texas A&M University’s core values—excellence, integrity, leadership, loyalty, respect, and selfless service—in the following three areas.
Nominees will have been former students or graduates who were enrolled in a regular course of study in the College of Architecture (or its predecessor academic designations) at Texas A&M University or the A&M College of Texas. Posthumous nominations are eligible for consideration.
Any individual or group may submit a nomination. Group nominations must designate one contact person. The dean of the college will hold nomination packages, which must include:
NOTE: Succinct nominations clearly highlighting how the nominee meets or exceeds these criteria are encouraged.
Mail completed nomination packages to:
College of Architecture
College Station, TX 77843-3137
or fax to 979.845.4491
or email to email@example.com
Nominations due April 1 prior to fall awards banquet.
Revised: January 2019