Moseleys Support Bush School, Corps of Cadets

January 16, 2009

MoseleysSally and James A. Moseley recently donated $100,000 to the Bush School and the Corps of Cadets, establishing the Sally and James A. Moseley ’57 Fellowship to support Bush School students and the Sally and James A. Moseley ’57 Corps of Cadets 21st Century Scholarship. Moseley said his contribution was one way to show his “profound respect for the University.”

Moseley also noted that his great admiration for President George H. W. Bush inspired his donation to the School. “If the Bush School had been available to me when I was entering graduate school, I might have opted for that instead of law school,” he said.

He established the scholarship for the Corps because it was the most important part of his A&M experience. “I love the Corps, and I want it to continue as an integral part of Texas A&M,” he concluded.

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