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Aggie Fish Club (AFC)

Aggie Fish Club is an organization dedicated to the involvement of freshmen in Texas A&M University. AFC achieves this goal through emphasizing growth in each of our three pillars: leadership, service, and social.

Aggie Kolbitar Society (AKS)

AKS exists to encourage multicultural interdisciplinary discourse between students at Texas A&M University and Blinn College, specifically in the areas of language studies, literature, visual arts, history, and music...

Aggie Orientation Leader Program (AOLP)

The Aggie Orientation Leader Program (AOLP) is an organization of individuals who continually connect new students to Texas A&M by personally supporting, serving, and using all available resources to help ease the transition for them and their families.

Aggie Selfless Service

Selfless Service is one of the 6 core values of Texas A&M. ALL Texas A&M students have been added to this roster so that they have the opportunity to document their many hours of individual service and individual volunteer time.

Aggie Transition Camps (ATC) (Aggie Transition Camps)

Aggie Transition Camps (ATC) is a sponsored student organization that is responsible for transitioning new Aggies to Texas A&M University through two extended orientation programs: Howdy Camp and Transfer Camp.

Aggies Best at Being Excellent (Aggie Babes)

Our mission is to contribute to the Aggie community by creating an organization that will encourage girls to create lasting bonds with one another while working together to achieve a common goal. We strive for excellence, dedication, and diligence in...

Aggies Collegiate's Ready to Explore the World (ACREW)

Our mission to help Regents' Scholars that have earned an Academic Scholarship from Texas A&M University make a successful college transition by providing resources through a Learning Community as well as having Mentors that are upperclassman.

Aggies' Non-Profit Initiative

Aggies' Non-Profit Initiative exists to equip and empower students for their non-profit careers. Learn from non-profit founders, collaborate with students who share your passion, develop skills in learning what it takes to have an effective organization.

Ags of Oak (OAK)

Ags of OAK inspires the Aggie Spirit through acts of kindness, campus service, and the promotion and support of all that fosters that spirit....

American Association of University Women at Texas A&M (AAUW)

Promoting female leadership and raising awareness about gender issues.

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