Available Opportunities

There are many exciting opportunities to engage with the Aggie Green Fund on campus. Ensure you stay in the loop on upcoming events and deadlines by following us on social media. Links to our social media pages are available in the footer of this page.

Funding for Sustainability Ideas

If you have an idea for an environmental improvement to campus, Aggie Green Fund can help you make it happen! Visit our Get a Grant page to learn more about the Micro-Grants and Major Grants we offer.

We welcome and encourage all students, faculty, and staff to brainstorm ways to make Texas A&M a more sustainable place and to apply for funding. Before applying, please consider the application criteria and time commitment for project implementation. You can visit our Projects page to learn more about how Aggie Green Fund projects have shaped our campus.

Join the Advisory Committee

Are you a student looking for an opportunity to get involved, make a difference, and help Texas A&M become more sustainable? Apply to join the Aggie Green Fund Advisory Committee (AGFAC)!

The AGFAC administers the Aggie Green Fund and is responsible for managing an estimated $150K-$215K per year to empower students, faculty, and staff to take action and bring creative environmental improvements to campus. The committee is comprised of five student and three faculty/staff representatives and is advised by dedicated Office of Sustainability staff. Students serve a one-year term beginning April 1 and ending April 30, with positions open to both undergraduate and graduate students. Learn more about student roles and view current committee members.

To apply to join the AGFAC, download and complete the Committee Application. Submit your application and a copy of your resume (both in Word or PDF format) via email to with subject line “AGFAC Application”. Student applications will be accepted for the 2018-19 Advisory Committee until February 23, 2018 at 5:00 p.m..


"Being on the Aggie Green Fund has been a great and unique experience because you get to literally 'make change happen'. You can look at a newly painted bike lane or a new water bottle re-filling station, and know that they are there because you chose to fund that project."

--Craig Wolf, former chair of the Aggie Green Fund Advisory Committee