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- 12/10/15--12:01: _MSC FISH- Kyle Fiel...
- 12/10/15--12:17: _MSC Committee for t...
- 12/10/15--12:22: _Town Hall – Coffeho...
- 12/10/15--12:36: _Top 5 reasons to ge...
- 12/20/16--11:53: _Fearlessly Shining ...
- 12/20/16--11:54: _Sharing the MSC Spirit
- 12/20/16--11:55: _Preparing leaders o...
- 12/20/16--11:56: _Howdy Walkers
- 12/20/16--11:57: _The Final Interview
- 12/20/16--11:58: _L.T. Jordan Celebra...
- 12/20/16--11:59: _What’s your favorit...
- 12/20/16--12:00: _From the Director’s...
- 02/03/17--14:28: _Student Involvement...
- 04/08/17--08:22: _Meet the Brooke Family
- 09/08/17--10:15: _MSC Promotes Leader...
- 12/10/15--12:01: MSC FISH- Kyle Field Day Spotlight
- 12/10/15--12:17: MSC Committee for the Awareness of Mexican American Culture
- 12/10/15--12:22: Town Hall – Coffehouse Series
- 12/10/15--12:36: Top 5 reasons to get involved in an MSC Organization
- 12/20/16--11:53: Fearlessly Shining with MSC WBAC
- 12/20/16--11:54: Sharing the MSC Spirit
- 12/20/16--11:55: Preparing leaders of tomorrow
- 12/20/16--11:56: Howdy Walkers
- 12/20/16--11:57: The Final Interview
- 12/20/16--11:58: L.T. Jordan Celebrates 30 Years
- 12/20/16--11:59: What’s your favorite part of the MSC?
- 12/20/16--12:00: From the Director’s Desk
- 02/03/17--14:28: Student Involvement starts with MSC Open House
- 04/08/17--08:22: Meet the Brooke Family
- 09/08/17--10:15: MSC Promotes Leadership Learning Through FLC
Field Day has long been a cherished event for elementary school kids as they look forward to the day where they can compete in activities and escape the classroom setting. MSC FISH puts a spin on this magical experience for children, college students and adults of the Bryan/College Station community each April through a service […]
Finding your place at a University with over 58,000 students who all come from different places and with varying backgrounds can be daunting. It becomes even more of a challenge when you are among the minority on campus. Founded in 1974, the Memorial Student Center Committee for the Awareness of Mexican-American Culture (MSC CAMAC) was […]
Who knows your feelings better than your favorite artist and what can make a late night of studying or an early morning test better? Throughout college there seems to be two things that can get you through almost anything you are struggling with: music and coffee. MSC Town Hall combines the passion for music and […]
Much as cereal isn’t the same without milk, peanut butter and jelly need each other to make a good sandwich, and popcorn always tastes better with butter students involvement in organizations complement and enrich their college experience while preparing them for their future.
The Memorial Student Center at Texas A&M University is home to 17 different committees made up of students who are looking to get involved around campus.
What are the benefits of getting involved?
“Town Hall gave me a home on campus. It feels really good to find a spot where you can talk to a lot of like-minded people. These people are very musically oriented and have an appreciation for the arts.” Senior, Brandon Kastro, MSC Town Hall
“People say when you come to college you will experience more culture than you do in your hometown. You really get the chance to try new things.” Freshman, Jacob Faseler, Event Attendee
“These events are a really good idea because it draws people together and you have the opportunity to meet people outside of normal activities such as class and social organizations.”- Senior, Kalyn Speck, event attendee
We go to class and learn, but being in this kind of organization and learning about leadership and putting it into effect with programs, organizing events on campus, and working with other people. It’s a great way to get hands on approach of the things you learn in your classes.”- Junior, Ekanta Desai, MSC ALOT
“As a member of an MSC Organization you learn about yourself, you learn about others, and you learn about life. It’s a great way to grow up and figure out what’s out there.”- Senior, Bob Roach, MSC FISH
This year will mark the 10th Annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Breakfast at Texas A&M University on Thursday, January 19, 2017. The MLK Breakfast serves as a formal way to reflect on the life, legacy, and accomplishments of Dr. King. The MSC Carter G. Woodson Black Awareness Committee hosts this event to not only honor […]
Ana Gutierrez ‘17 and Whitney Souery ‘20 were recently featured in Spirit magazine for their MSC experience. Gutierrez was a 2016 Stark Northeast Tour delegate and Souery was a member of the Champe Fitzhugh Jr. International Honors Leadership Seminar. “The Stark Northeast Tour gifted me with a renewed assurance that has lasted long past the trip. It sealed […]
The MSC Fall Leadership Conference (FLC) is a fall rite of passage for top student leaders at Texas A&M. The conference provides over 100 delegates the chance to define themselves as leaders and members of the Texas A&M community. Delegates learn about and explore leadership styles and philosophies, network with other student leaders, and have […]
“Howdy!” Class of ’71 former students Steve Pringle, Otway Denny, and Van Taylor make their around campus continuing the tradition of saying Howdy to the next generation of students. Students often recognize them from the previous visit and call out howdy before the trio does. Not only do these three give of their time, talents and […]
The setting of the interview was easy, but I was not prepared for what was to come. As a journalism major, it was easy to convince Dave that I was working on an article for class and needed to conduct an interview, but the problem we faced was timing. Dave is a huge Chicago Cubs […]
Since its establishment in December 1986 by Mrs. Jessie W. Jordan in the name of her husband, Leland Thomas Jordan, the MSC L.T. Jordan Institute for International Awareness has been dedicated to providing opportunities for Texas A&M University students to grow and learn through international experiences abroad. The L.T. Jordan Institute celebrated its 30th birthday […]
Students describe their favorite part of the MSC. You may know of the Memorial Student Center as a building, but did you know that the MSC is also a department providing students with academic, cultural awareness and arts programs making the student experience at Texas A&M even better? MSC students lead by example.
In my nearly 30 years in the Memorial Student Center, I have had the opportunity to work with some very talented staff and to interact with hundreds of incredible students. I have the honor of seeing our students grow into wonderful and successful citizens who have made an impact on the world. The Texas A&M […]
Student involvement starts with MSC Open House. Organizations can reach thousands of students at one time during MSC Open House. New and current students have the opportunity to visit with and interact with student clubs and organization from around campus, carving our their niche within the campus community.
Celebrating Family Weekend 2017, the Memorial Student Center introduces the Brooke Family. Will, Amy and Steven Brooke have proved that to be part of something is more than just a simple sentence. They are a living embodiment of the MSC’s dedication to experiential learning and providing students with unique leadership learning and student development opportunities. […]
Every summer, MSC FLC brings student leaders from across campus together to learn what it takes to become an effective and influential leader.