Sul Ross Alumni Association Members - 2023
SRSU Alumni Association Members with President Hernandez - 2023

The Sul Ross Alumni Association Advisory Board is always accepting applications for our Advisory Board for those looking to volunteer and get involved. Board members serve two year terms, for a maximum of six consecutive years.

The Alumni Association’s goal is to advance the rich heritage of Sul Ross State University by nurturing life-long relationships with its alumni. Members of the Association’s Advisory Board work in partnership with alumni affairs staff on a variety of activities, including the development of regional alumni chapters, alumni communications, alumni awards and recognition, and outreach to current students. Service on the Alumni Association Advisory Board is a great way to make an impact on the University and the lives of both alumni and students.

We welcome and encourage your application for board membership!

As a working board, we seek new members interested in participating in committee work (primarily by Zoom) and able to attend at least one alumni event each year. Additionally, the full board meets monthly via Zoom.

Thank you for your consideration and interest. As you complete the application form, please contact us with any questions or concerns at or 432-837-8697.

Jacob Campo, President

College of Professional Studies

El Paso, Texas

Aaron Cruz, First Vice President

College of Literature, Arts, and Social Sciences

Zapata, Texas

Richard Rodriguez, Second Vice President

College of Professional Studies

San Antonio, Texas

Jo Elda Polanco, Secretary

College of Professional Studies

Spring, Texas

Donna Gordon, Treasurer

College of Literature, Arts, and Social Sciences

Houston, Texas

Humberto Hinojosa

College of Agriculture, Life & Physical Sciences

Odem, Texas

Robb Nixon

College of Professional Studies

New Braunfels, Texas

Pat Valdez-Rios

College of Professional Studies

El Paso, Texas

Bobby Medrano

College of Literature, Arts, and Social Sciences

Midland, Texas