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- Increase students' awareness of mental health issues and symptoms of mental health disorders. - Provide information about available resources. - Teach students how to provide help to others in...

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Mission: Make the Texas A&M Student Body an active force in changing the culture around mental health at our university, surrounding communities, and around the globe. Objectives: -Increasing...

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Our mission is to create a community that educates others on the meaning of the Latinx culture/identity and the importance of political participation.

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Aggie Libertarian's purpose is to provide a space where libertarians can organize, and promote the ideals of liberty on Texas A&M's College Station campus

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http://ahs.tamu.edu • Recognized

As a local chapter of the national organization of the Alexander Hamilton Society our purpose is stated as: "The Alexander Hamilton Society (AHS) is an independent, non-partisan, not-for-profit...

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Feminism for Aggies' mission is to promote, develop, and empower those of all genders in all sectors of society on the Texas A&M campus and Bryan/College Station community. Feminism for Aggies is an...

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Feminists for Reproductive Equity & Education (FREE Aggies) is a non-partisan activist organization partnered with Planned Parenthood Gulf Coast Generation Action (PPGenAction). We are a Reproductive...

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Her Campus is the #1 media site for college women and Generation Z with 400+ college chapters across the United States. Her Campus at TAMU is a Diamond-level Chapter, which means we are in the top 10%...

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To advance the economic condition, educational attainment, political influence, health and civil rights of the Latinx population in the United States, BCS community, and our campus.

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http://glbta.tamu.edu • Recognized

The purposes of LGBTQA are threefold: (1) to provide support for all lesbians, gays, bisexuals, transgender, and queer individuals within the University and surrounding communities; (2) to provide...

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MOVE is a nonpartisan, nonprofit, grassroots organization building power in underrepresented youth communities through civic education, leadership development, and issue advocacy. Mobilize. Organize...

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oSTEM (Out in STEM) is a national society of LGBTQ+ students in science, technology, engineering, mathematics and their allied fields. Our mission is to establish a community for queer Aggies, foster...

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Pro-Life Aggies is a secular, non-partisan organization dedicated to promoting respect for and the preservation of all innocent life from conception to natural death. We work to build a culture of...

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We are a progressive, multi-issue student activist organization focused on leading direct action campaigns against injustices occurring in the B/CS area. Through organizing around the liberation of...

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To make known and promote the principles of the Republican Party among the students of TAMU, to recruit TAMU students as members of the club and as members of the Republican Party, to aid in the...

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Our mission, as Texas A&M Moderates, is to provide a compassionate environment with the intentions to encourage political discussion, educate students of both communal and global issues, through the...

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The Texas A&M Student Chapter of Citizens' Climate Lobby is a student-led climate change organization that exists to create the political will for climate change solutions by enabling individual...

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Texas Aggie Democrats is a recognized student organization at Texas A&M University, dedicated to the ideals of the Democratic Party. We engage in activism, campaigning, education, and much more. Even...

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The mission of Round Table Talks is to efficiently communicate and spread awareness of racial conflicts and discrimination from the various perspective of students on campus. We want to show students...

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http://tpusa.tamu.edu • Recognized

Turning Point USA at Texas A&M University's mission is to educate students about the importance of fiscal responsibility, free markets, and limited government through innovative campus activism and...

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http://yaf.tamu.edu • Recognized

Young America's Foundation is committed to ensuring that increasing numbers of young Americans understand and are inspired by the ideas of individual freedom, a strong national defense, free...

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The Young Democratic Socialist of America is the campus-oriented section of the Democratic Socialists of America (DSA), the largest socialist organization in the United States. TAMU YDSA is one of...

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Young Women for America is committed to promoting Biblical values and conservative principles. YWA applies Biblical principles to public policy issues, and its purpose it to equip young women to be...

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The John Quincy Adams Society (JQAS) is a national network of student groups focused on U.S. foreign policy, with a centering vision of restraint. Our chapters aim to help college students advance...

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The mission of Students for Sensible Drug Policy at Texas A&M is to reform detrimental drug policies here on campus, as well as through legislation for the state. We are working reform the policies so...

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This organizations goal is to make a difference in the lives of those who have been a victim of sex trafficking and/ or sexual assault, through volunteering and donations; as well as working to...

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To offer social opportunities, support, and educational resources for individuals on the autism spectrum, students, staff and faculty at Texas A&M as well as for the Bryan-College Station community.

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Aggies Vote is a non-partisan voter registration organization dedicated to registering new voters, giving out absentee ballot information, and educating students on the candidates running to represent...

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

The Council for Minority Student Affairs aims to create awareness, provide resources, and take action to empower the immigrant, undocumented, and other underrepresented communities.

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The mission and purpose of the IGNITE chapter at Texas A&M is to encourage young women to actively engage in the political process and assert and demonstrate their beliefs in the public arena.

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

To ensure the political, educational, social, and economic equality of minority groups; To promote diversity and cultural awareness at Texas A&M and surrounding community.

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

Promoting principles of human and civil rights in the United States and around the world by raising awareness through programs and events.

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She's the First fights gender inequality through education. STF supports girls who will be the first in their families to graduate high school and trains students everywhere to be global citizens.

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

Our mission is to promote equal rights for every individual according to the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. We work to build a better future by aiding the effort to abolish human rights abuses...

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The purpose of this organization shall be: 1) To increase awareness among Texas A&M students about issues of mental health, symptoms of mental illness, and available resources in and around...

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The purpose of this organization is to bring A&M students together to spread awareness on the issues of sexual assault through social media presence. This organization will serve two major roles, to...

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As Texas A&M University's chapter, we embody the mission of Autism Speaks by providing a safe and supportive environment for those connected to the autism community. Through fundraising, Autism Speaks...

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European Horizons is a think-tank with a network of students, professors, and EU decision-makers that propounds visions for Europe in constructive dialogue. Having grown up with a Europe markedly...

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The Texas A&M Free Speech Forum will provide a platform to otherwise unrecognized or suppressed voices and viewpoints.

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The Greatest Generation Speakers Club at Texas A&M University exists to honor and remember World War II veterans and Holocaust survivors. By organizing lectures and panel discussions with these...

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We represent the movement of Liberty in North Korea at Texas A&M University and in our community. We engage students and community members by hosting events that change the narrative on North Korea to...

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Net Impact tackles social and environmental issues within the Texas A&M community.

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The goal of the program is to reduce the use of tobacco and alternative tobacco products (e.g., electronic cigarettes, hookah) among college and university students, and ultimately, to change the...

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The purpose of this organization is to utilize tested aeroponics and hydroponics systems to provide sustainable nutritious produce for the twelfth can. It is our goal to increase awareness of the...

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The mission of our Texas Rising chapter centers around community organizing, issue advocacy, leadership trainings, and civic engagement. The purpose is to advocate for progressive public policies that...

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Members of Young Conservatives of Texas at Texas A&M work to promote principles of personal and economic freedom, limited government, and liberty in their daily lives. Members will seek to promote...