Welcome to Civic and Student Engagement
The Office of Civic and Student Engagement supports an active community of student-leaders acting as catalysts for positive change.
TAMUCT is a growing institution and we are focused on helping each student achieve a personalized college experience that they are proud of. Whether you're a new student or in your last semester, it's never too late to get involved.
A great place to start is by joining a student organization. Research shows that students involved in campus organizations have a significantly more engaging and successful college experience so make it a priority to try at least one. You can browse all existing organizations through OrgSync by clicking the student organizations tab. Two very popular organizations that our office directly advises is the National Society of Leadership & Success and the TAMUCT Student United Way. Don't see one that you're interested in joining? You can also start your own group, which looks great on a resume. If you have any questions regarding student organizations, contact Ben Belz and he will be able to point you in the right direction.
There are many other opportunities for students to get connected as well. The Picnic (late October) and Warrior Week (early April) are two very popular campus life programs organized by the Office of Civic & Student Engagement. The office also supports a great deal of community-based programs such as the American Democracy Project, the Become poverty simulation (November) and the Break-A-Difference alternative spring break project (March).