August 27, 2020, Marketing Your Organization: Update to the Campus Signage Policy

The latest COVID-19 Guidance from Texas A&M University

Message from the Department of Student Activities:

We recognize that you play a critical role in your student organization, and now, more than ever, you need to continue to lead. All leaders need a toolkit to help them navigate challenges, and we, in the Department of Student Activities, are here to help! Even though we are at a distance, Student Activities will continue to provide updates, resources, and recommendations. Let us know how we can support you and your organization, and remember – practice physical distancing, Ags!

Dr. Christine Gravelle, Director

  • Point of Contact:  Amy Loyd
  • Email: 
  • Phone:  (979) 845-3051
  • Statement:  Campus Engagement & Traditions provides support for the Student Government Association, Class Councils and the Texas Aggie Yell Leaders.  Please contact us if you have any questions pertaining to those three areas.  If you are looking to put in a request for the Texas Aggie Yell Leaders, please visit
  • Zoom ID:  Zoom meetings are available upon request.  To request a meeting, please reach out to the point of contact.
  • Point of Contact: Sarah Edwards
  • Email:
  • Phone: (979) 845-1449
  • Statement: The Extended Orientation team is working proactively with Aggie Transition Camps, Fish Camp, and Venture Camp to determine how summer programs will best serve our incoming students while also preserving the health and safety of our current students and staff.  Decisions have not been finalized as to the nature of camp this summer, but what we are committed to no matter what is providing informative and interactive (although maybe virtually) activities to help our incoming Aggies develop strong relationships and increase their knowledge about campus resources and traditions to assist them in preparing to transition to Texas A&M.
  • Zoom ID: Zoom meetings are available upon request.  To request a meeting, please reach out to the point of contact.
  • Point of Contact:  Amanda Bruce
  • Email
  • Phone:  (979) 845-4878
  • Statement:  Home to programs, services, and advising, the LSC provides transformational learning through intentional training, education, and development experiences focused on leadership and community engagement. We empower students to become effective leaders and active citizens. We are available for individual and group consultation via phone, email, and virtual meetings.
  • Zoom ID:  Zoom meetings are available upon request.  To request a meeting, please reach out to the point of contact.
  • Point of Contact:  Alex Square
  • Email: 
  • Phone: (979) 862-5636
  • Statement:  The Fraternity and Sorority Life staff is now working remotely until further notice. We are available to answer questions and provide support to chapter officers, advisors and house corporation members.
  • Zoom ID:  Zoom meetings are available upon request.  To request a meeting, please reach out to the point of contact.
  1. Point of Contact:  Erica Moore
  2. Email:
  3. Phone: (979) 458-4371
  4. Statement:  The SODA team is fully operational and eager to continue serving our student organization leaders and advisors. We know now is a critical time for many organizations to complete needed processes such as renewing university recognition, administrating officer elections and transitions, and continuing alumni and constituent engagement, just to name a few. Please know that we are still fielding phone calls and emails, as well as available to schedule zoom-based coaching appointments to help you with any elements of leading your organization. We look forward to hearing how we can serve you during this time of change.

Email to schedule a SODA Zoom meeting at a future time or with any questions.

  • Email:
  • Phone:  (979) 845-1114
  • Statement:  The SOFC team remains available to answer your questions and meet any of your organization’s financial needs.
  • Zoom ID:  Zoom meetings are available upon request.  To request a meeting, please click the Virtual Office Hours link below.
  • Virtual Platform:  YouTube:  and Virtual Office Hours:

Student Organization Resources & Updates (COVID-19)

Stay Connected

  • We want to assist you! For student organization assistance, please email us at, and for general Student Activities questions, email
  • Based on Texas A&M University recommendations to reduce face-to-face interactions, and Brazos County shelter in place order, the John J. Koldus Building will be closed to the public until further notice.

Stay Informed

  • Follow StuAct social media platforms: Facebook, Instagram, Twitter: @tamustuact
  • Click here for the latest information to understand which programs and activities have been impacted.

Student Organization Finance Center (SOFC)

Due to the current conditions surrounding COVID-19, the SOFC is adjusting office hours until further notice. The SOFC office (Koldus 235) will be open Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, and Friday from 8:00 A.M. until 3:00 P.M. and Thursdays from 10:30 A.M. until 3:00 P.M. beginning Monday, September 7, 2020. Cash Advances and in-person Credit Card Payments will be handled by appointment. To schedule an appointment or for other questions, email or call 979-845-1114.

We continue to encourage virtual services for your health and convenience.

• SOFC payment requests and other documents are available digitally through SOFC eForms.

• Completed Signature Cards may be emailed to

• Your organization’s Marketplace store can be used for such business as collecting dues, selling merchandise, and soliciting small donations. Contact for assistance setting up your storefront.

• SOFC Training is available online. Officer and Advisor Essentials modules and Marketplace training are available in the StuAct Online Training Center or visit the SOFC YouTube Channel for topic-specific videos.

• Schedule a one-on-one meeting with a SOFC Team member using our Virtual Office Hours.

• Services such as Cash Advances, Credit Card Terminal check out, and in-person office appointments may be limited, so check with the SOFC team before traveling to Koldus.

To reach us, visit the SOFC MaroonLink page, call 979-845-1114 or email

KOLDUS RESERVATIONS (As of August 19, 2020)

• Reservations for meetings taking place for the Fall 2020 Semester will be available beginning August 19th, 2020.

• Reservations are available on a limited basis from 8:00am to 8:00pm Monday-Friday with very limited availability between 5-8:00pm. All rooms are operating at reduced seating capacity for Fall 2020.

Reservation requests will be accepted by email only.

In-Person reservations will not be accepted.

Phone-In reservations will not be accepted.

Email reservation requests are available by emailing or Include date, start and end time, organization or department name, and contact name, email, phone number. Please be detailed in the purpose/activities of the reservation and how many people will be present. Student organization advisors should be copied on all organization requests.

Virtual requests will not be accepted at this time.

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