Student Organizations and Activities
Your college experience involves more than going to classes. Organizations and activities offer ways to get involved, serve others, meet people and grow. Whether your interest is academic, recreational or social, there is a group for you.
Corps of Cadets
The Texas A&M Corps of Cadets is our oldest, most visible student organization.
The Corps of Cadets is a values-based military and civilian leadership program. However, there is no obligation to join the military after your time in the Corps. Cadets gain leadership skills through the Reserve Officer Training Corps programs and the Hollingsworth Center for Ethical Leadership. Cadet life incorporates academic commitment, health and wellness, and career readiness.Visit the Corps website
Fraternities and Sororities
Our university is home to 58 internationally affiliated or local Greek-letter organizations. Fraternity and sorority members focus on academics, leadership skills and philanthropy. They also provide support networks for current and incoming Aggies.Discover Greek Life
We have organizations that ensure the voices of our students are heard. Some serve the entire student body, while others serve an individual class, graduate students or on-campus students.
The Texas A&M Student Government Association engages and represents the student body. It has more than 1,400 students among the three branches of government, four commissions and 15 programming committees.
Texas A&M Class Councils aim to build spirit by uniting the classes through Aggie traditions. They host events like Elephant Walk and Ring Dance and raise money for the class gift given to the university upon graduation.
Our Graduate and Professional Student Government is the student government for graduate and professional students. It brings graduate concerns to the attention of our university's administration.
Our Residential Housing Association creates positive changes for the on-campus living experience. It offers services, programs and leadership opportunities for our on-campus student population.