The Big Event Participants

The Big Event at Texas A&M

The Big Event has become the largest one-day, student-run service project in the nation, whose message and mission remains the same – to simply say “Thank You.” The Big Event is a proud member of the Student Government Association at Texas A&M.

A Day of Thanks

Aggie Replant 2020

Aggie Replant

Aggie Replant is an environmental service organization which strives to improve its greater community and bring students together through tradition, unity and selfless service by providing an avenue for environmental service through annual tree planting events, such as Replant Day.

Showcasing Selfless Service

Fraternity & Sorority Life

Representing 10% of undergraduates, fraternity and sorority members are committed to academics, developing and strengthening leadership skills, volunteering in the community and continually forming a campus and cultural support network for current and incoming Aggies.

Values-based Leadership

12th Can Food Pantry

12th Can Food Pantry

The 12th Can is a student-run food pantry whose goal is to eliminate hunger at Texas A&M, bring awareness to food insecurity in college communities, and show others the power of the Aggie spirit.

The Power of the Aggie Spirit

Get Involved

Texas A&M is home to more than 1300 student organizations, meaning there are more than 1300 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 1300+ organizations sound 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.


Search the directory of over 1300 active student organizations in our system.

What inspires you to serve as a student leader at Texas A&M?

I’ve always had a passion for leading, and the opportunity to empower other Aggies to be leaders as we go through some significant growth is very special to me. I have learned so much about myself serving as a student leader the past three years, both in the type of leader I want to strive for as I get older and the level of impact a passion for serving others can have on others. Serving as a student leader at Texas A&M provided an avenue for me to live out my value of selfless service every day. I couldn’t have asked for a better leadership experience!

Kelly Villarreal ’21, The 12th Can

What involvement or leadership advice would you give to incoming/new students?

I would advise incoming and new students at Texas A&M to take risks and step outside of their comfort zone because there is nothing that can hurt from trying!

Fawaz Syed '23, Sophomore Class President, Class Councils

Why should students get involved?

College is so much more than the knowledge you gain inside the classroom.  Getting involved is a great way to expand your horizon and make new friends, all the while taking part in activities you enjoy. There’s an opportunity to do service, sharpen your professional skills, take on new hobbies, and so much more – with over 1,000 organizations, you’re bound to found more than one organization that piques your interest (I know I did!). Moreover, there’s so much opportunity to build community and grow your leadership skills the more you get involved in organizations whose mission and people you care about and a chance to gain skills that will equip you for success in life after college.

Juliet Mukenge ’21, Chair, Aggie Recruitment Committee

Manage Your Organization

As a student leader, we know your goal is to cultivate a successful organization. Good thing is, we’re here to help! Here you’ll find helpful information about financial servicesevent planningtraining, and anything else a student leader or advisor might need.  We even have an easy-to-follow, simple process for the creation of new organizations if you happen to have a unique passion that you’d like to share with other Aggies.


We want to make the event planning aspect of student leadership as streamlined and as easy as possible. The foresight needed to create a successful, fun event is crucial for the safety of your members and the reputation of the organization. Make sure to include event planning as a priority when it comes to managing your organization. LEARN MORE →

Organizations need money. Whether it’s to host fun activities for your members or to cover expenses related to your major campus events, access to our financial resources will help you manage your budget and give you the tools and skills you need to be successful. We want you and your organization to excel and be the best that it can be, so check out these resources early and often. LEARN MORE →

The top individuals in their fields didn’t get there without constant training. It’s hard work to start something new, and even harder to become the best. Our training opportunities give you the tools you need, whether it’s enhancing your leadership skills or learning how to manage your organization’s finances. There is so much to learn for students and advisors alike. LEARN MORE →

Leadership Opportunities

John Maxwell says that “a leader is one who knows the way, goes the way, and shows the way,” which is why we provide all the resources you need to develop yourself into a successful, well-rounded, and global leader. Check out our programs and take a look at the awards for outstanding student leaders. We want to make sure every student at Texas A&M has the opportunity to fulfill their leadership potential. If you prefer a self-guided approach, we have resources that you can access at your own leisure and convenience. For faculty who are interested in combining leadership and service in their curriculum, the Service Learning Faculty Fellows is an excellent avenue for making this a reality.