Beyond your New Student Conference, there are many opportunities for you to learn more about the history and traditions that encompass the Aggie spirit! Get involved through extended orientation opportunities or join a student organization to find your home in Aggieland.
- Attend Howdy Camp: Howdy Camp is an optional, student-run program offered to all students admitted in the spring semester designed to help you transition into the Aggie family, learn about Texas A&M University’s many traditions, help you meet new friends, and have a lot of fun! Howdy Camp will be held January 4-6, 2020. This session does conflict with the January NSC. For more information and to register, visit Aggie Transition Camps or call 979-862-1785.
- Attend MSC Open House: If you want to check out a portion of all the involvement Texas A&M has to offer, check out MSC Open House. On January 19, 2020 from 1-5pm in the Memorial Student Center, there will be student organizations ready to answer all of your questions. Mark your calendars and get excited for what is in store!
- Join a Student Organization: There are so many ways to get involved at Texas A&M. If you want to get a jump-start, head over to Maroon Link and look under the get involved tab. There you can search through the 1,000 plus student organizations that Texas A&M has and find what fits you best!
- Attend an Athletic Event: Texas A&M spring athletic events include Aggie basketball, baseball, softball, indoor track, and tennis. Admission to spring sporting events are sold on a first-come, first-serve general admission basis. To learn more about attending athletic events and the schedule for all teams visit TAMU Athletics.
Spring 2020 events to consider
Howdy Camp | January 4-6, 2020
MSC Open House | January 19, 2020 | 1-5pm
Spring Break | March 9-13, 2020
Aggie Muster | April 21, 2020
To learn about more events at Texas A&M, check out the university calendar. And visit Experience BCS for events and opportunities in Bryan-College Station.
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