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Aggie Transition Camps (ATC)
The umbrella organization that coordinates and runs Howdy Camp in the early spring and Transfer Camp (T-Camp) in the Fall.
Texas A&M Choral Activities - Singing Cadets, Women's Chorus, & Century Singers.
A representative body that strives to serve and unite Texas A&M and to enhance traditions. Hosts Maroon Out, Jr. E-Walk, Elephant Walk, Pull Out Day, Fish Fest, Ring Dance, and Aggie Rings for Veterans.
Corps of Cadets
The oldest and largest student organization on campus, dating back to 1876.
Excellence uniting Culture, Education, & Leadership (ExCEL) Student Success Program
A student organization and student success program designed to help new students find academic, social, and personal balance at Texas A&M.
A four-day extended orientation program that takes place in Palestine, Texas, and is led by Texas A&M students who help freshmen transition into college.
Fraternity & Sorority Life
Coordinates events for fraternity and sorority members as well as students interested in joining.
A three-day, two-night extended orientation program held in January for all students entering Texas A&M in the spring semester to learn more about campus resources and traditions.
Intercollegiate Athletics (Aggie Athletics)
We are a proud member of the Southeastern Conference (SEC), with more than 650 student-athletes competing at the NCAA Division 1-A level in 20 varsity sports.
Continue structured band and orchestra music making while pursuing degrees in any area.
Memorial Student Center (MSC)
Provides leadership development opportunities for students through campus programming. The MSC is home to the MSC Lost & Found, MSC Open House and MSC OPAS
MSC OPAS’s mission is to enlighten, entertain, and inspire by bringing world-class entertainment to the Brazos Valley.
Promotes activity, wellness, and development by providing high quality, inclusive experiences and facilities for the students and community of Texas A&M.
Residential Housing Association (RHA)
Provides financial support, developmental opportunities, and activities for all communities across campus.
Helps students practice their passion through involvement in over 1,100 recognized student organizations, tons of service opportunities, Aggie traditions, and unlimited leadership experiences.
Student Government Association (SGA)
Provides unique opportunities for students to build relationships, enhance leadership skills, become civically engaged, maximize their college experiences, and develop the six Aggie Core Values.
Home to student-produced publications The Battalion newspaper, the Aggieland yearbook, Maroon Life magazine and The Eckleburg Project, a literary magazine.
The Battalion and Maroon Life: 979-845-3315
The Eckleburg Project: 979-862-7658
A three-day extended orientation program held in August for transfer and other non-traditional students entering Texas A&M in the summer and fall semesters to learn about campus resources and Aggie traditions.
Venture Camps are outdoor extended orientation experiences for adventurous new students to learn about Aggie traditions and campus resources in a unique setting.