MSC Aggie Leaders of Tomorrow (ALOT) is a freshman leadership organization that strives to develop freshmen students into campus and community leaders through program implementation and service opportunities.
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MSC Aggie Cinema is a student organization within the Memorial Student Center. The committee aims to engage Texas A&M students by producing year-round entertaining, cultural, and educational programs that bring the best of cinema through our Blockbuster, Arthouse, Classic Series, Advanced Screenings, and other special events. MSC Aggie Cinema is composed of four subcommittees allowing it’s […]
MSC FISH recently hosted MSC WAVES, a one-day conference emphasizing servant leadership featuring Dr. Henry Musoma and John Norlin. MSC WAVES aims to produce and develop servant leaders from Texas A&M University through the explanation and application of the Aggie Core Value of Selfless Service.
Each year, the MSC Carter G. Woodson Black Awareness Committee hosts its Annual Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Breakfast at Texas A&M. Different iterations of this annual program occur on campuses across the country. This year, MSC WBAC invited activist, Kevin Powell as keynote speaker.
The MLK Breakfast serves as a formal way to […]
Student involvement starts with MSC Open House. Designed as a student involvement fair, MSC Open House brings together more than 300 recognized student clubs and organization from around the Texas A&M campus.
Every summer, MSC FLC brings student leaders from across campus together to learn what it takes to become an effective and influential leader.
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.
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.
Students describe their favorite part of the MSC. You may know of the Memorial Student Center as a building, […]