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Chi Omega is a sisterhood that is focused on life long friendships. Chi Omega is committed to friendship, personal integrity, service to others, academic excellence and intellectual pursuits...

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Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Incorporated. is a private, not for profit organization whose purpose is to provide assistance and support through established programs in local communities throughout the...

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Our purpose transcends more than just providing sisterhood. It's about creating a true sisterhood that carries beyond the collegiate level and helps to achieve a more fulfilling Greek experience. In...

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The Official Purpose of the Gamma Beta organization is to better each member as an individual and as a whole and all those in contact with Gamma Beta through a brotherhood promoting and enforcing...

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http://gphio.tamu.edu • Recognized

Gamma Phi Omega International Sorority, Incorporated (Gamma Phi Omega) is dedicated to inspiring women of ambition and action. We are women that hold high standards and values across academic...

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The purpose of the PBE is to create a brotherhood of engineers to thrive socially, academically, and professionally.

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Sigma Alpha Mu has been present at Texas A&M as the Gamma Kappa chapter since 1980 and has been growing ever since recolonizing in 2003. The vision of Sigma Alpha Mu is to foster among its brothers a...

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Gather Students to play Magic the Gathering and have fun doing so.

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http://campkesem.tamu.edu • Recognized with Restrictions

Camp Kesem is a student-run summer camp for children who have/had a parent with cancer.

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http://farmhouse.tamu.edu • Recognized with Restrictions

Builders of Men

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http://kappasigma.tamu.edu • Recognized with Restrictions

The Kappa Sigma Fraternity can trace its roots back to a secret society of students at the University of Bologna formed in the year 1400 for mutual protection of its members. The group was...