Staff Photo Day 2017

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From Kyle Field to Military Walk to the Aggie Ring and everywhere in between, Texas A&M’s vibrant campus is filled with beloved places where Aggies can make memories that last a lifetime. As the best staff in higher education, each of you works every day to help the university perform at a high level and keep campus beautiful. You can never be thanked enough.

To show their appreciation to all Texas A&M, President and Mrs. Young invite all university staff to spend the day on campus to have professional photographs taken in some of the most iconic areas of the university. Bring your pet, significant other, friends or extended family to take part in the celebration.

Download the event flyer to post in your breakroom. Questions? Contact SpecialEvents@tamu.edu.

Photo Locations

Attendees will have their photo taken at any of the six iconic locations on campus by professional photographers. In order to serve as many guests as possible, each location will have one camera angle and position that captures each party with the iconic landmark in the background. Please be respectful of each photographer’s pace and methods at each photo location.

Two weeks after, participants will access a website archive to select one of two high-quality, retouched photographs to download and cherish.

Kyle Field

As the home of the 12th Man, Kyle Field is a celebrated aspect of university life. Take a photo in Spence Park with the stadium as the backdrop.

Century Tree

With its sprawling branches as cover, the Century Tree has been the home of countless Aggie proposals and weddings. Celebrate your loved ones under the historic live oak.

Academic Plaza

What better representation of Texas A&M traditions than Academic Plaza? Preserve a moment in time with the plaza’s landmarks.

Military Walk

As much as campus has changed since Texas A&M’s founding in 1876, Military Walk, with its picturesque tree cover and brick walkway, has stood the test of time.

Aggie Ring

The Aggie Ring represents the hard work students put in during their time as students at Texas A&M. Capture your memories of academic life with a photo on the Haynes Ring Plaza at the Clayton W. Williams, Jr. Alumni Center.

Admin Building

Have your picture made in front of this historic building, named in honor of former university president Jack K. Williams.

Photographers

We are excited to provide an excellent line-up of professional local photographers, who are generously helping us make this event available to our staff.

Parking & Map

Click here to see the interactive map to help guide your day on campus with parking and photographer stations.

Register for this event today!