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West Texas A&M University is one of the Texas Panhandle’s greatest assets. The university not only makes a lasting difference in the lives of its students, but also enhances the economic and cultural wealth of Canyon, Amarillo and the surrounding area. As one of the largest employers in the area, WTAMU draws students and visitors to Amarillo, and helps create a skilled, educated workforce.
The Buffalo Council, Inc. is a social welfare organization committed to promoting scholarship and university advancement, and to influencing policy to the benefit of West Texas A&M University.
“The Buffalo Council, Inc. is a social welfare organization committed to promoting scholarship and university advancement.”
Michael Bain is a West Texas A&M University alumnus who has served the university in many ways, including his positions on the boards of WTAMU’s foundation and Main Street Canyon. He’s an active member of the Canyon Future Farmers of America Booster Club, the Randall County 4H Boosters and Old Main Society. Bain has had…
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After several missed opportunities throughout Amarillo’s history, the city is expecting its first 4-year university when West Texas A&M opens its new downtown Amarillo Center in the fall of 2018. The central location of the new facility creates a permanent Amarillo campus for WTAMU and contributes to the revitalization of downtown area. The new facility will more than double the space of the Center’s current location and enhances access to higher education for Amarillo residents while improving the quality of life for the Panhandle community.
The standalone building will be in the renovated Commerce Building at 8th Avenue and South Tyler Street, a property allowing future expansion. The Center promises to infuse new life into Amarillo. Though renovations were formally launched in an October 2015 ceremony, funds are still being raised for the project.
Contributions to the Buffalo Council will be used to support projects like the new Amarillo initiative by West Texas A&M University and to create scholarships for deserving students.