Enriching Your Campus Experience through Programming
Our student programming committees serve the Texas A&M community by delivering campus-wide programs with a focus in three different areas of interest:
Arts and Entertainment
This group of committees brings movies, music, musicals (and other theatrical productions), and visual arts programs to campus.
These committees cover programs on cultural awareness and enrichment, current affairs, and international culture and travel.
- MSC Carter G. Woodson Black Awareness Committee (WBAC)
- MSC Committee for the Awareness of Mexican-American Culture (CAMAC)
- MSC Jordan Institute for International Awareness
- MSC Student Conference on National Affairs (SCONA)
- MSC Wiley Lecture Series
Leadership Development and Service
Our three Freshman Leadership Organizations (or FLOs) are in this grouping. A leadership committee specifically for sophomores, and the service-oriented “official host committee for the Memorial Student Center” also reside in this category.
- MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference (AFLC)
- MSC Aggie Leaders of Tomorrow (ALOT)
- MSC Bethancourt
- MSC Fall Leadership Conference
- MSC Freshmen in Service and Hosting (FISH)
- MSC Freshman Leadership International
- MSC Hospitality
Our Business Associates group gives students practical, professional-level experience serving the MSC. Students who work in this area work on projects dealing with marketing, fund development, budget planning support, data analysis, and basic training resources. View information online.