An important part of the college experience happens outside of the classroom, and Texas A&M has no shortage of involvement opportunities, whether they be focused on politics, religion, service, leadership, or academics. Look through our ever-growing list of organizations, check out fraternity and sorority opportunities, and even catch a glimpse of how you can be a “voice of the students” for the more politically-minded.
This is the hub for all official student organizations on campus. We aim to make finding the right organization as easy as possible. If you know the name of the organization, go ahead and dive right into the keyword search, but if you want to take a more general approach, check out the category options.
FRATERNITY AND SORORITY LIFE
With close to 60 inter/nationally affiliated or local Greek-letter organizations, and involving more than 10% of the undergraduate student population, Fraternity and Sorority Life is a growing, vibrant portion of Texas A&M’s student culture. Committed to supporting academics, developing leaders, and serving the community, there are many different opportunities for involvement within the Aggie Greek community at Texas A&M:
Have we mentioned that our fraternity and sorority members are high achieving in their academic and leadership endeavors? The Order of Omega is a national honor society designed specifically to recognize fraternity men and women who have achieved a high level of leadership through interfraternity activities. The Society is meant to encourage a continued standard of leadership for members and to inspire others to strive for similar leadership achievements. The Order of Omega brings together outstanding fraternity men and women, along with faculty and alumni who are connected to Texas A&M’s Greek community so that ideas and issues can be discussed and continuous improvements to the fraternity and sorority experience can be made. For more information how to get involved with Order of Omega-Kappa Rho chapter, please contact the office of Fraternity and Sorority Life at 979.862.5636 or email@example.com.
The student voice is a strong one, especially at A&M, with close to 60,000 students. The best way to make sure that voice is heard loud and clear is to serve as a student representative. Whether it is representing the entire student body through Student Government, representing your class through Class Councils, representing the on-campus population through the Residential Housing Association, or representing the graduate population through Graduate and Professional Student Council, there are opportunities for the passionate, the political, and the service-minded.