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  • Texas A&M University - Student Activities
    will keep you updated with what s happening in Aggieland So get out there and get involved Categories Academic Arts and Music Athletics Campus Wide Leadership Memorial Student Center Service Special Event Spirit Tradition Posterboard Agenda Month Posterboard Stream October 2015 January 2016 Oct 2015 Jan 2016 Post Your Event Oct 15 Thu Apr 21 Thu Mi Casa Es Su Casa Participating Professor s Homes Oct 15 2015 12 00 pm Apr 21 2016 1 00 pm Mi Casa Es Su Casa is a program designed to assist first year students with the transition from high school to Special Event Jan 19 Tue Feb 26 Fri Margaret Rudder Community Service Award Application Open stuact tamu edu Jan 19 12 00 am Feb 26 5 00 pm The Margaret Rudder Community Service Award seeks to recognize and award those who significantly impact their community and as a Service Special Event October 2015 January 2016 Oct 2015 Jan 2016 Subscribe Add to Timely Calendar Add to Google Add to Outlook Add to Apple Calendar Add to other calendar Featured Organization Aggie Habitat for Humanity Aggie Habitat builds simple decent affordable housing They don t provide hand outs but instead provide hand ups to deserving families Learn More Get Involved Texas A M is home to more than 1000 student organizations meaning there are more than 1000 opportunities for you to find other Aggies who share your interests and passions whether they be in fraternity and sorority life student government or community service If 1000 organizations sounds overwhelming get started with our Get Involved tools such as OrgSearch and OrgMatch And while you re here be a part of the traditions and campus wide events that make Texas A M what it is the best university in the world Finally your involvement journey does not have to end upon graduation Click here to learn more about how you can stay involved in Student Activities after you have your ring and diploma Join an Organization View Events Calendar New Students 0 Search the directory of over 1 000 active student organizations in our system Organization Search Search by Letter A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Cami Steele The internship at Student Activities taught me that you don t have to be a leader in every situation There will be instances where you have to be able to stand up and lead people who are older or higher up than you but there are also instances where you have to be able to say it s not my time to lead and follow It s helped me learn to be okay with both situations Cami Steele 14 Spring 2014 Student Activities Social Media Intern Matthew Fitzmaurice Getting involved at Texas A M is a great learning experience helps build teamwork and instills all the Aggie Core Values As a leader on campus I have gained

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  • Texas A&M University - Student Activities
    will keep you updated with what s happening in Aggieland So get out there and get involved Categories Academic Arts and Music Athletics Campus Wide Leadership Memorial Student Center Service Special Event Spirit Tradition Posterboard Agenda Month Posterboard Stream October 2015 January 2016 Oct 2015 Jan 2016 Post Your Event Oct 15 Thu Apr 21 Thu Mi Casa Es Su Casa Participating Professor s Homes Oct 15 2015 12 00 pm Apr 21 2016 1 00 pm Mi Casa Es Su Casa is a program designed to assist first year students with the transition from high school to Special Event Jan 19 Tue Feb 26 Fri Margaret Rudder Community Service Award Application Open stuact tamu edu Jan 19 12 00 am Feb 26 5 00 pm The Margaret Rudder Community Service Award seeks to recognize and award those who significantly impact their community and as a Service Special Event October 2015 January 2016 Oct 2015 Jan 2016 Subscribe Add to Timely Calendar Add to Google Add to Outlook Add to Apple Calendar Add to other calendar Featured Organization Aggie Habitat for Humanity Aggie Habitat builds simple decent affordable housing They don t provide hand outs but instead provide hand ups to deserving families Learn More Get Involved Texas A M is home to more than 1000 student organizations meaning there are more than 1000 opportunities for you to find other Aggies who share your interests and passions whether they be in fraternity and sorority life student government or community service If 1000 organizations sounds overwhelming get started with our Get Involved tools such as OrgSearch and OrgMatch And while you re here be a part of the traditions and campus wide events that make Texas A M what it is the best university in the world Finally your involvement journey does not have to end upon graduation Click here to learn more about how you can stay involved in Student Activities after you have your ring and diploma Join an Organization View Events Calendar New Students 0 Search the directory of over 1 000 active student organizations in our system Organization Search Search by Letter A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Cami Steele The internship at Student Activities taught me that you don t have to be a leader in every situation There will be instances where you have to be able to stand up and lead people who are older or higher up than you but there are also instances where you have to be able to say it s not my time to lead and follow It s helped me learn to be okay with both situations Cami Steele 14 Spring 2014 Student Activities Social Media Intern Matthew Fitzmaurice Getting involved at Texas A M is a great learning experience helps build teamwork and instills all the Aggie Core Values As a leader on campus I have gained

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  • » Join an Organization
    Community Volunteer Service Cultural International Enthusiasts Global Service Greek Life Healthy Living Honor Military Professional Career Recreation Religious Residence Halls Social and Political Issues Special Interests Spirit and Tradition Sport Clubs Student Government By Keyword Search StuAct Online Fraternity and Sorority Life With close to 60 inter nationally affiliated or local Greek letter organizations involving more than 10 of the undergraduate student population Fraternity and Sorority Life is a growing vibrant portion of Texas A M s student culture Committed to supporting academics developing leaders and serving the community there are many different opportunities for involvement within the Greek community at Texas A M Collegiate Panhellenic Council Greek students at Texas A M embody the Aggie Spirit and exemplify the qualities of being a true Aggie and our Panhellenic women definitely deliver As one of only 21 recipients of the 2015 College Panhellenic Excellence Award and known for their academic excellence campus involvement leadership and philanthropic achievement our 13 Collegiate Panhellenic Council CPC chapters offer life long friendships networking connections and valuable leadership skills to its members This is an exceptionally exciting time to be an Aggie Greek so visit CPC s website to get the most up to date information about being involved in this unique experience Learn More Interfraternity Council Now boasting 19 chapters and a collective membership of over 1 400 Aggies fraternities at Texas A M have experienced unprecedented growth in both numbers and quality of members in the last 40 years The Texas A M Interfraternity Council IFC is the place to start for those looking to expand their Aggie network and experience brotherhood in a truly unique way In fact our fraternity members often find themselves with some of the most selective internships and job opportunities before and after graduation in addition to raising hundreds of thousands of dollars for local and national philanthropies We invite you to explore the opportunity that membership in an IFC chapter provides Learn More Multicultural Greek Council Joining a multicultural fraternity or sorority is unlike any other fraternal organization at Texas A M Our Multicultural Greek Council MGC organizations are based on Asian South Asian Latina o Multicultural principles and values MGC is home to 20 culturally based service social fraternities and sororities at Texas A M and offers support and services to under represented students while promoting the Greek community to the campus and Bryan College Station area Check out MGC s website for more information about how to get involved in this unique experience Learn More National Pan Hellenic Council National Pan Hellenic Council NPHC has a rich history in Aggieland Texas A M s historically black fraternities and sororities provide its members with an enriching college experience and numerous leadership opportunities Consisting of seven nationally affiliated fraternity and sorority chapters NPHC not only offers a tight knit community that provides a unique opportunity for involvement but it is also home to exciting campus events such as Stompfest Visit their official website to find out how

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  • » Service
    Apr 21 2016 1 00 pm Mi Casa Es Su Casa is a program designed to assist first year students with the transition from high school to Jan 19 Tue 12 00 am Margaret Rudder Community Servic stuact tamu edu Margaret Rudder Community Servic stuact tamu edu Jan 19 12 00 am Feb 26 5 00 pm The Margaret Rudder Community Service Award seeks to recognize and award those who significantly impact their community and as a Our Mission Staff Bios Areas Location and Office Hours Contact Us Department of Student Activities 979 845 1133 125 John J Koldus Building 1236 TAMU College Station TX 77843 1236 Give Back Get Involved Home Get Involved Service Service There are a number of organizations at Texas A M geared towards on going campus community or global service However if one time or standalone service events are your preference we ve got those too Check out the spotlighted events below to find a worthwhile investment of your time If you can t find the service opportunity you re looking for contact our Leadership and Service Center at 979 845 4878 AggieServe Aggies serve It s what we do AggieServe is an online resource established to bring students non profit organizations and community agencies together for a common purpose to serve the needs of Bryan College Station community The opportunities listed on AggieServe are provided by our community partners and can range from youth mentoring organizations senior citizen facilities environmental groups museums community revitalization cultural art endeavors and everything between Service can mean different things to different people so these definitions might help if you see them on the site Now go forth and serve Learn More Service Learning A form of experiential education that includes reflection about your experiences Volunteering Giving your time freely to assist others Curricular Service Learning Service experiences that are integrated into your academic curriculum and use reflection to help learn the course content Co Curricular Service Learning Volunteering in an area of interest not necessarily related to your academic curriculum but including facilitated reflection and evaluation Volunteer Opportunities Fair Like to serve but prefer to do things face to face Check out the Volunteer Opportunities Fair VOF which gives you time to talk with many different community agencies who are looking for volunteers The VOF is held on campus each September and February Learn More about VOF Community Agency Online Registration Spotlight Service Events and Opportunities CARPOOL CARPOOL is a student run non profit organization serving the Bryan College Station community with free rides home every Thursday Friday and Saturday night from 10pm to 3am during the Spring and Fall semesters at Texas A M University It does not matter if you are a student or not Aggie or not or even intoxicated or not If you live or are staying in the area and need a free safe and fun nonjudgmental ride home be sure to give us a call Visit Website BUILD BUILD is a student

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  • » New Students
    tamu edu Margaret Rudder Community Servic stuact tamu edu Jan 19 12 00 am Feb 26 5 00 pm The Margaret Rudder Community Service Award seeks to recognize and award those who significantly impact their community and as a Student Rules Sponsored Authorized Events Calendar Organization Manual Campus Programs for Minors Maroon Link Forms Student Organization Reporting About Us Upcoming Events Oct 15 Thu 12 00 pm Mi Casa Es Su Casa Participating Professor s Homes Mi Casa Es Su Casa Participating Professor s Homes Oct 15 2015 12 00 pm Apr 21 2016 1 00 pm Mi Casa Es Su Casa is a program designed to assist first year students with the transition from high school to Jan 19 Tue 12 00 am Margaret Rudder Community Servic stuact tamu edu Margaret Rudder Community Servic stuact tamu edu Jan 19 12 00 am Feb 26 5 00 pm The Margaret Rudder Community Service Award seeks to recognize and award those who significantly impact their community and as a Our Mission Staff Bios Areas Location and Office Hours Contact Us Department of Student Activities 979 845 1133 125 John J Koldus Building 1236 TAMU College Station TX 77843 1236 Give Back Get Involved Home Get Involved New Students New Students Let us be the first or more likely one of the very many to say congratulations Welcome to the greatest place on Earth Texas A M University A successful college experience begins with a strong foundation We aim to provide just that with the following extended orientation experiences With opportunities for both freshmen and transfer students we hope you take advantage of these fun highly interactive and informative camps that will help with your transition to Aggieland Fish Camp A Freshman s First Tradition is Fish Camp s well known slogan

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  • » Other Campus-Wide Events
    lost Muster Celebrated in over 400 locations world wide Muster is one of the most unique and special traditions of Texas A M Beginning in 1883 and slowly evolving into a celebration that coincides with Texas Independence Day on April 21 Muster is a remembrance of every individual s time at Texas A M and recognition of all Aggies that have passed in the year since the last Muster While the campus Muster ceremony remains the largest Aggies gather everywhere on Earth to speak for those that are no longer with us and celebrate the connection that we all share as members of the powerful Aggie community Maroon Out Maroon Out began in 1998 when all Aggies were encouraged to wear maroon to a designated football game We wanted to show one of our top ranked visiting opponents that 80 000 Aggies in a sea of maroon at Kyle Field are a force to be reckoned with Since then Maroon Out has become a highly anticipated tradition that celebrates the unity of the Texas A M Aggie Family It is not just about wearing a maroon t shirt it is the physical embodiment of the spirit of the 12th Man 11 11 Day New traditions play as large a role at Texas A M as those that are as old as the university 11 11 Day while only a few years old is an important display of respect gratitude and recognition from the Aggie community to all Aggie Veterans as well as Aggies currently serving our nation for their service and sacrifices This tradition includes a fundraising opportunity through t shirt sales and generous donations designed to provide the financial resources needed for student veterans to afford their Aggie rings Midnight Yell Midnight Yell evolved from a post dinner activity in 1913 to all out Good Bull spectacle in 1931 While the stories may vary what can be said is that Yell Practice has now become one of the most well known and popular Aggie traditions Occurring the night before every football game thousands of Aggies and visitors pile into Kyle Field at midnight to practice the yells and songs that will help us beat the hell out of our opponents the next day Home game yell practices are held in Kyle field and away yell practices get their own designated site No matter where it s held Midnight Yell pumps up the 12th Man for the big game Bonfire Memorial There was a tragedy within the A M community on November 18 1999 The annual Texas Aggie Bonfire built to symbolize our burning desire to beat the University of Texas collapsed Twelve students were killed and 27 injured The Bonfire Memorial was erected to celebrate the tradition history and spirit of Texas A M and as a dedication to those involved in the tragic collapse of the 1999 Bonfire The Bonfire Memorial not only unites Aggies past present and future but it also embodies the many layers of meaning

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  • » Give Back
    back to the priorities identified below These priorities include an operating fund that will allow the department to support unique student experiences and programs as well as student organization endowment funds that are working to fulfill a very specific need Student Activities is proud to be the home of these high achieving student organizations that continue to make a tremendous difference to the Texas A M community Student Activities Leadership Discretionary Fund We implement and support various leadership and involvement programs during the course of each academic year Both departmental and student organization activities use our resources staff equipment and funding to support annual and one time leadership development and engagement initiatives As the student body continues to grow so will the numbers and needs of our student organizations and programs Click here to give to the Student Activities Leadership Discretionary Fund Student Activities Volunteer Services Fund We implement various service service learning and social justice initiatives and programs each year As our student population reaches new heights Aggies will continue seeking opportunities to selflessly serve the campus and surrounding community In order to support the anticipated growth our funding will need to match the student body s passion for impacting the greater good Contact Gerald Harris at gharris stuact tamu edu if you would like to give to the Student Activities Volunteer Services Fund Fish Camp Fish Camp aids in the transition of about 65 of the freshman class each year As the incoming student population at Texas A M increases the number of requests for registration fee scholarships has also increased Click here to give to the Fish Camp Scholarship Endowment CARPOOL CARPOOL has given almost 227 000 rides and counting over the years That said the organization is in need of a long term home for running the evening operations headquarters In addition with the student population of Texas A M growing each year CARPOOL will be challenged to fulfill a higher need for safe ride services for the campus community Click here to give to the CARPOOL Endowed Operating Fund All Other Giving Opportunities In addition to the funding priorities above there are other student organizations which are in need of your support Your contribution will continue to enhance their signature activities on campus All 12th Can Food Pantry 12th Can Food Pantry is an on campus food pantry that provides non perishable food to Texas A M students staff and faculty in need of assistance With the growing student faculty and staff populations the 12th Can needs support to reach their goals of eliminating hunger at Texas A M and bringing awareness to food insecurity Click here to give to 12th Can Food Pantry Aggie Transition Camps Aggie Transition Camps ATC aids in the transition of transfer student and spring admits through its signature programs Transfer Camp T Camp and Howdy Camp As the incoming student population at Texas A M increases the number of requests for registration fee scholarships has also increased Click here

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