Our Umbrella Organizations
ALPFA is the premier Latino organization for professionals and students in business, finance, accounting, and related fields. The goal of the organization is to empower members by providing networking opportunities with professionals and corporate sponsors, and to allow members to develop as astute business leaders by enhancing knowledge to discern trends in the market.
Ballet Folklórico Celestial
We're a group at Texas A&M that dance and perform traditional Mexican dances.
COLSA- Colombian Student Association
Council for Minority Student Affairs
The Council for Minority Student Affairs is a student-led organization at Texas A&M University that aims to create awareness, provide resources, and take action to empower the immigrant and other underrepresented communities.
Gamma Phi Omega
Being a sister of Gamma Phi Omega is an enriching life-time commitment. We create an all-inclusive environment through the loving spirit of friendship with a shared respect and support system.
Mexican Student Association
Every year, hundreds of students of Mexican descent come to Texas A&M to start their college career. As most of us know, the process of moving to an unknown city, having to start over, and building relationships can be very hard or frightening for a college student. This is why MSA is an organization dedicated to create an environment that is familiar and comfortable for these kind of students as well as for students from different ethnic backgrounds. We aim to reach out to the Mexican population in the Bryan/College Station area in order to develop a sense of pride and unity.
MSC CAMAC is a programming committee housed within the Memorial Student Center Student Programs Office. Our purpose is to unite students from diverse backgrounds by presenting programs that enrich the Texas A&M University community with awareness and an understanding of Latinx cultures and values. MSC CAMAC was founded by one of the first Mexican American students admitted to Texas A&M back in 1974, however we welcome members from all backgrounds, cultures, races, and ethnicities into our familia.
National Hispanic Institute
The National Hispanic Institute is an organization in which young great Latino minds can come together, discuss ideas, and interact with the community.
Omega Delta Phi
Omega Delta Phi is a multicultural service/social fraternity that aims at graduating its members while giving back to the community. The Fraternity has established itself on over 50 campuses and continues to grow every year. Although founded mainly by Latinos, the Fraternity has traditionally always been open to men of different backgrounds, as demonstrated through its “One culture, any race” philosophy.
Phi Iota Alpha, Inc.
Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity believes that the Latin American community here in the United States and in the Latin American countries are in need of new sources of intellectual capital to identify, address and solve the difficult challenges they face. Therefore, it is dedicated to developing in its members an awareness of the common values and traditions of the nations of Latin America and to preparing them to become active participants in the process of advancing the social and economic conditions of all Latin Americans.
To further the work of, to improve the effectiveness of, and to enhance the public understanding of underrepresented minorities in science and provide a forum for students from different science majors and science related majors to come together for academic, community service and social activities at Texas A&M University..
Salsa Fusion Latin Dance Company
Salsa Fusion Latin Dance Company is a recognized student organization from Texas A&M University. They were founded in 2008 based on the passion of latin dancing. Through numerous efforts, Salsa Fusion has grown and managed to spread culture and the beauty of latin dancing to the community of Bryan/College Station. They have expanded their reach by performing all over the community and in events such as the Houston Salsa Congress, Texas Salsa Congress, Baylor Salsa Invasion, and Hooked on Salsa. With the help of passionate students who share their passion of music and dance, Salsa Fusion hopes to continue to expand their organization through dedication and commitment to culture.
Sigma Lambda Beta
Society of Mexican American Engineers and Scientists
The purpose of the MAES Latinos in Science and Engineering is to promote the professional and personal development of minorities pursuing degrees in engineering and science. We encourage the entrance of Mexican-Americans into higher education, provide academic assistance and growth opportunities in engineering and science. Providing scholarships and mentorship, networking and professional contacts, and fostering leadership skills to achieve this purpose. In addition, MAES provides a Mexican-American cultural atmosphere to enhance self-awareness, individual attention and unity while expanding the involvement and interaction of its members. The application of these personal and professional skills is combined to prepare MAES member for success..
Society of National Hispanic Engineers
The Texas A&M University Chapter of SHPE was founded in 1994 to create an organization where hispanic engineers could come together. Since then, SHPE-TAMU has become a premiere club on campus. SHPE-TAMU has received recognition from the Hispanic Presidents' Council, an umbrella organization, as Hispanic Organization of the Year 2002-2003. In addition, this organization has been awarded as the best of 700+ clubs on the Texas A&M Campus with the title of Recognized Student Organization of the Year 2002-2003. SHPE-TAMU has also been noticed on the regional level as it received the Regional Chapter of the Year 2003-2004 for Region V. We hope to continue this commitment to excellence in the years to come.
Texas A&M Collegiate LULAC
The Mission of the League of United Latin American Citizens is to advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, housing, health and civil rights of the Hispanic population of the United States.