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Welcome to the Corps of Cadets Association’s FREE online courses. Starting with our inaugural course, Corps Values, these courses supplement and complement the education and training that cadets gain during the Corps experience. They likewise provide the general public with a window into one of America’s premier institutions of leadership and character development—the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets.

Our inaugural course

Corps Values

The six core values long embraced by Texas A&M University’s Corps of Cadets are not new. Indeed, their roots can be traced to the foundations of western civilization itself. This course features retired Air Force General Patrick K. Gamble who examines how great philosophers and historical movements have crafted and shaped these enduring pillars which continue to light the path for generations of cadets.

We The People

Being a member of the Texas A&M Corps of Cadets demands development as a good citizen, and a key element of good citizenship is familiarity with the United States Constitution. Narrated by former White House Chief of Staff Andrew H. Card, Jr., this course is designed to provide a broad overview of the context, structure, and effect of this important document.
Member Benefits

Texas Aggie Corps of Cadets Association

Your annual membership in the CCA directly supports the Corps and comes with a variety of additional benefits.

Promote The Corps

Established in 1993, the CCA serves today as the primary source of private funding for Corps programs and events. Last year the CCA gave $1.2 million in mission support, sponsoring over 50 programs and events which help recruit and retain cadets.

Attend Special Events

CCA members at certain membership levels receive invitations to annual events, such as the Corps of Cadets Hall of Honor Gala, Senior Dining Out, VIP receptions, our annual tailgate, and for former cadets, the annual Rally to the Guidons.

Receive Monthly Publications

Every month CCA members receive a publication from the Association: The President's Quarterly Update, a thought provoking memo from President & CEO Bruce Hamilton, on the Corps and how it relates to our world today; The Ross Review, a speech digest of dignitaries that are brought into the University to talk to cadets on leadership; and our award winning magazine, The Guidon, that highlights stories from the Quad and legacies worth retelling.

Watch The Aggie Band

As the title sponsor of the Texas Aggie Band Show, the CCA is proud to offer over 75 years of Band video on our website. All members have full access to halftime drills dating back to the 1940s as well as all previous Texas Aggie Band Shows.