Involvement in a recognized student organization offers an opportunity to explore new ideas, advocate for your beliefs, grow and develop beyond your bounds, and make lasting friendships. Research has also shown that student involvement directly correlates to academic success. For these reasons the Office of the Vice President and Associate Provost for Diversity encourages all students to take part in a student organization which will expose them to new thoughts, diverse cultures, and different people.
Texas A&M University Resources:
A&M International Fellowship
African American Student Leadership Institute (AASLI)
African Students Association
Aggie International Ambassadors
Brazilian Students Association
Chinese Students and Scholars Association
Colombian Student Association
Egyptian Student Association
Hispanic Presidents Council
IAESTE Texas A&M
Indian Students Association
Indonesian Students Association
Institute for the Development and Education of Asian American Leaders
International Graduate Student Association
International Student Association
Korean Student Association
Malaysian Student Association
Maximizing Educational Development through Academic and Leadership Skills (MEDALS)
Mexican Student Association
Persian Student Association
Philippine Student Association
Saudi Students House
Society for International Studies
Society for Promotion of Indian Classical Music & Culture Amongst Youth at Texas A&M
Southwestern Black Student Leadership Conference (SBSLC) 2017
Sri Lanka Association
Taiwanese Student Association
Texas A&M Chinese Student Association
Texas A&M Hong Kong Student Association
Texas A&M Thai Student Association
Turkish Student Association
Vietnamese American Student Association
Texas A&M University-Kingsville Resources:
Baptist Student Ministry (BSM) – to show and help others to love based on faith.
Catholic Student Organization (CSO) – encourage leadership and fellowship in the community through religious activities.
Chi Alpha Christian Fellowship – Christian based organization that helps students go through pressures and stresses.
College Republicans – promote politics and show the importance of voting.
Fellowship of Christian Athletes – influence in sports, helping each other grow in faith and impact as many lives as possible.
Indian Student Association (ISA) – help Indian students adjust to TAMUK and community and increase cultural awareness.
International Student Organization – help international students adjust to TAMUK and promote interpersonal and intercultural communication.
MANNRS – minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources & Related Sciences – promote professional development & social networking.
Mexican American Engineers & Sciences – success and expansion of Mexican Americans in the field of Eng. Technology and Sciences.
National Society of Black Engineers (NSBE) – increase the number of culturally responsible black engineers and have a positive impact in the community.
Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers (SHPE) – encourage Hispanic students to become successful professionals and exemplary members of their community.
Women of Diversity – promote standards of excellence in morality, ethics and educationFor more information regarding these councils and committees please contact the Student Activities Office by phone at 361-593-2760 or on their website at http://www.tamuk.edu/osa/.