The Department of Student Activities creates and fosters leadership and involvement opportunities that enhance personal, interpersonal, and organizational development of students and student organizations. As members of the university community, we are committed to developing leaders of character dedicated to serving the greater good, and we subscribe to the Texas A&M core values of Excellence, Leadership, Integrity, Respect, Selfless Service, and Loyalty.
- Campus Engagement & Traditions
- Extended Orientation
- Human Resources
- Leadership & Service Center
- Main Office
- Office Administration
- Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life
- Student Employees
- Student Organization Development & Administration
- Student Organization Finance Center
Student Activities is home to a number of areas that provide programs and services to students and student organizations:
Campus Engagement & Traditions
Campus Engagement & Traditions plays host to both the Student Government Association and the Class Center.
The Student Government Association is one of the largest organizations at Texas A&M, involving over 1,300 students who lead three branches of government, fifteen committees, and four commissions. SGA represents student opinion, addresses campus needs, maintains tradition, and provides leadership development opportunities for those involved.
With a focus on Texas A&M’s unique culture, tradition, and spirit, the Class Center is home to the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Yell Leaders, as well as the Class Councils who coordinate traditional events such as Fish Fest, Pull-Out Day, Maroon Out, Elephant Walk and Ring Dance.
Extended Orientation is home to Fish Camp and Aggie Transition Camps, both dedicated to welcoming new Aggies to Texas A&M.
Office of Fraternity & Sorority Life (OFSL)
The Office of Fraternity and Sorority Life is home to 58 values-based, Greek-letter organizations governed by one of four councils: Collegiate Panhellenic Council (CPC), the InterFraternity Council (IFC), the Multicultural Greek Council (MGC), and the National Pan-Hellenic Council (NPHC). Learn more
Leadership & Service Center (LSC)
Striving to empower students and staff to become active citizens and effective leaders, the Leadership and Service Center is home to various events and programs designed to enhance your leadership abilities. Learn more
Student Organization Development & Administration (SODA)
Texas A&M has more than 1000 student organizations recognized by the Department of Student Activities. The Student Organization Development and Administration area not only oversees the recognition and risk management of student organizations and their activities, but they also provide valuable education, consultation, and partnerships that help organizations be successful.
Student Organization Financial Center (SOFC)
Supporting Texas A&M’s vast number of student organizations, the Student Organization Financial Center provides banking and financial services in support of student organization activities and programs.
Location and Office Hours
The Department of Student Activities is located in suite 125 of the John J. Koldus Student Services Building on Texas A&M’s campus.
The quickest way to contact us is via phone:
- Student Activities Main Office: (979) 845-1133
- Class Center: (979) 845-0695
- Extended Orientation: (979) 845-1133
- Fraternity and Sorority Life: (979) 862-5636
- Leadership and Service Center (LSC): (979) 845-4878
- Marketing/Student Activities Website: (979) 845-1133
- Student Organization Development and Administration (SODA): (979) 458-4371
- Student Government Association (SGA): (979) 845-3051
- Student Organization Finance Center (SOFC): (979) 845-1114
For less time-sensitive questions, you can fill out the email form and we will get back to you as soon as possible. We can also receive correspondence by mail at:
Department of Student Activities, 125 Koldus Student Services Building, 1236 TAMU, College Station, TX 77843-1236