Meet MSC Advisor, Raye Leigh Stone

October 21st, 2016|Categories: Featured|

Celebrating Careers in Students Affairs Month, the MSC Student Programs Office is spotlighting members on our advising staff. We're focused on preparing our students to be global citizens through our unique student programming, leadership learning and student development opportunities.

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Meet MSC Advisor, Katy King

October 14th, 2016|Categories: Featured|

The MSC Student Programs Office is celebrating Careers in Student Affairs Month. During this month-long celebration, we are focusing on our mission of leadership learning and student development by spotlighting members of our advising staff by sharing their motivations and passions in pursuing a career in student affairs.

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Meet MSC Advisor, Lydell Perry

October 7th, 2016|Categories: Featured|

October is Careers in Student Affairs month. The MSC Student Programs Office is dedicated to leadership learning and student development. Our advising staff is celebrating this month-long event by sharing their motivations and passions in pursuing a career in student affairs.

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Top 5 Reasons to Get Involved in an MSC Organization

December 10th, 2015|Categories: Featured, Uncategorized|Tags: , , , |

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 [...]

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Town Hall – Coffeehouse Series

December 10th, 2015|Categories: Featured, Uncategorized|

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 the arts with free coffee [...]

MSC Committee for the Awareness of Mexican American Culture

December 10th, 2015|Categories: Featured, Uncategorized|

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 created to promote the Hispanic/Latino [...]