A Message from the TAA President

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Dear Tarleton Alumni,

I am honored to serve as President of the Tarleton Alumni Association. Our university is rapidly growing under the leadership of Dr. James Hurley and I couldn’t be more excited to work with our alumni in these unprecedented times. In the last three years we have shown the country that we are not only DI ready, we are making our mark. Our athletic programs are competing at a high level and we have shown time and again that our academic programs are among the best in the country. As a result of this, our enrollment numbers are at an all time high with one of the most diverse student groups in Tarleton History.

My Tarleton story began in the fall of 1989. I lived in Ferguson Hall and eventually moved over to the Co-Ed dorms where the Honors College is today. My experiences living on the Tarleton campus along with the friendships made have a tremendous impact on my life. I had the opportunity to serve as a Peer Advisor and as an officer in the TSU Plowboys. I graduated in December of 1995 with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise and Sports Studies. I met my wife, Dr. Renee Petronis Warner, at Tarleton and she holds a Bachelors and a Doctoral degree from Tarleton. Our daughter, Briann Warner, is a Junior Biochemistry major and serves as a Tarleton Ambassador.

I encourage all alumni to become involved in the Tarleton Alumni Association. It is our duty to tell our Tarleton stories, keep our traditions alive and to give back when we can. Our membership dues go toward student scholarships and we currently offer 16 scholarships per year. Eight of the scholarships are designated as Legacy scholarships for TAA members who have children attending TSU. Our Alumni Association plays a key role in the growth of our University and we are committed to supporting our students, faculty and administration.


Brian Warner, ’95 President,

Tarleton Alumni Association


Since 2013 the Tarleton Alumni Association has raised nearly $850,000 for Tarleton student scholarships, this money comes directly from TAA Membership dues. Thank you to the TAA Members for your generosity and on-going support!

The Tarleton Alumni Association needs you! A strong alumni association is a valuable asset to any academic institution. Your membership in the TAA promotes pride and preserves tradition at Tarleton State University. Graduates established the Association in 1912 to provide financial and volunteer support for their alma mater. Today, Tarleton State boasts nearly 90,000 former students located around the globe. The Tarleton Alumni Association encourages all former students and friends of the University to join in this tradition of promoting academic excellence at Tarleton State University. 100% of Tarleton Alumni Membership dues go to scholarships- so members truly make a difference!

Annual Membership Levels

Recent Graduate (within the last year)FREE

Lifetime Memberships

Joint Lifetime$3,000

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Tami Condon

Director of Alumni Engagement

(254) 968- 9399

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Megan Crawford

Alumni Engagement Coordinator

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