Student Life: Clubs and Organizations

There has been a long history of student groups at Texas A&M. There are over 31 Hispanic and Latin American student associations on campus today.


Memorial Student Center Committee for the Awareness of Mexican American Culture (MSC CAMAC) is a student organization that focuses on uniting students from diverse backgrounds to establish an appreciation for various Hispanic cultures on the Texas A&M campus and Bryan/College Station community. “Throughout the 30 years of existence, we have dedicated ourselves to educating and serving our community as well as diversifying our campus. We also focus on instilling in our members leadership, communication, commitment, innovation, initiative, honor, diversity and academia. We motivate the community to learn about these cultures through informative programs.”

Home Town Clubs

From the early years of Texas A&M, home town clubs provided a chance for Hispanic Aggies to meet on campus and socialize with friends. There was an opportunity to feel closer to home, plan parties, speak Spanish and, with the growth of the automobile, a conduit for sharing rides home.

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