The principles of sportsmanship, character, integrity, team play, and personal sacrifice experienced in the athletic arenas of schools, colleges and universities are an integral and valuable part of our educational processes.  To recognize those whose accomplishments in the field of athletics at Texas A&M University have brought signal credit to their University, this Texas A&M University Athletic Hall of Fame is established. 

  • Nominees shall have demonstrated outstanding athletic abilities to the degree that such abilities and accomplishments were recognized by organizations external to the University.   

  • Nominees shall have other qualifications exhibited subsequent to completion of athletic eligibility such as leadership, sportsmanship, character and integrity, and be one who has brought great distinction to the University.  

  • An athlete shall become eligible for the Hall of Fame eight (8) years after he/she finishes their eligibility or eight years from their Class Year.

  • A coach or an athletic director may be considered after he/she has completed their service at TAMU and are no longer employed by or serving in a comparable position in the athletic department of another major university or college. 

The principles of moral character, leadership, integrity, personal sacrifice, significant and lasting contributions to society and/or material support to a beloved cause are ingredients of individual greatness. To recognize and honor such individuals who have gone over and beyond these things in regular support of the athletic programs at "Texas A&M University, this "Texas A&M Lettermen's Association Hall of Honor" is established. 

  • Nominees must have made a great and /or unusual contribution in support of the athletic program at Texas A&M University in personal time, effort, and/or material and services above and beyond all ordinary expectations of the average supporter of athletic programs. 

  • Nominees in all other ways has fully met the Association's connotation of Distinguished Service to the athletic program at Texas A&M University. 

  • An individual who works for the Athletic Department must have completed their service with the Athletic Department before they can be considered as a Hall of Honor nominee. 

The principles of moral character, leadership, integrity, personal sacrifice, significant and lasting contributions to society and/or material support to a beloved cause are ingredients of individual greatness. To recognize and honor such individuals who have gone over and beyond these things in regular support of athletic programs or Lettermen, who after graduation, have gone on to gain prominence through his or her efforts in industry, commerce, technology, athletics, the professions, or other worthy endeavor, this Texas A&M University Lettermen’s Lifetime Achievement Award is established. 

 

  • Nominees must have made a great and /or unusual contribution in support of the athletic program at Texas A&M University in personal time and effort, and/or material and services over and above all ordinary expectations of the average supporter of athletic programs.

  • The Letterman, after graduation from any University, has gained prominence through his/her efforts in commerce, industry, technology, athletics, the professions or other worthy endeavors. The record of accomplishment is recognized by the citizens of Texas and the Nation. 

  • An individual who works for the Athletic Department must have completed their service with the Athletic Department before they can be considered as a Lettermen’s Lifetime Achievement Award nominee.