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Texas A&M University at Galveston Maroon Delegates

The Maroon Delegates of Texas A&M University at Galveston was formed out of the need to have exemplary students serve as ambassadors for the university. The students bring a unique perspective that is real and authentic due to their direct proximity to the drive of the university – education. The Delegates take a position of service, selflessness, and respect while they daily embody the Aggie core values. The Maroon Delegates are a highly involved group of individuals exhibiting leadership in various forms. The Delegates truly cherish the experiences they encounter at their piece of Aggieland by the Sea and welcome any opportunity to express devotion to the maritime field.

Who We Are    

The Maroon Delegates of Texas A&M University at Galveston

Andres Barboza

Andres Barboza
President

Diedra Dittmar

Diedra Dittmar
Vice President

Elizabeth Schneider

Elizabeth Schneider
Delegate

Connor Lowe

Connor Lowe
Delegate

Reagan Micheli

Reagan Micheli
Delegate

Robyn Battles

Robyn Battles
Delegate

Sydney Carbajal

Sydney Carbajal
Delegate

Grant Lincecum

Grant Lincecum
Delegate

Greg Grimm

Greg Grimm
Delegate

Tory Templin

Tory Templin
Delegate

Laney Funk

Laney Funk
Delegate

What We Do


The Maroon Delegates of Texas A&M University at Galveston are an elite group of students proud  to promote and showcase the unique atmosphere of our seaside campus.  Through a stringent screening process only a few are selected for this honor.  Connected by their love for  Texas A&M University and especially it’s Galveston campus, we make it our mission to display our Aggie Spirit and Aggie Pride in all endeavors.

The Delegates are involved with hosting VIP guests on and off campus, aiding in TAMUG Development and Texas A&M Foundation efforts, Board of Visitor and Board of Regents meetings, and COO sponsored event support and management.

What we stand for




· Excellence

· Integrity

· Leadership

· Loyalty

· Respect

· Selfless Service