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Student and Civic Engagement

Student & Civic Engagement focuses on helping each student achieve a personalized college experience. 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. 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 Engage. Through Engage, students can find events and join student organizations, explore opportunities based upon interests and track their community service hours. Students can also work with Student & Civic Engagement to start a new organization or manage their organization’s business processes.

There are many other opportunities for students to get connected as well. The Warrior Picnic and Warrior Week are two very popular campus life programs organized by Student and Civic Engagement. The office also supports a great deal of community-based programs such as the American Democracy Project, the Become poverty simulation and the Break-A-Difference alternative spring break project.


Democratic Engagement

Democratic engagement officeStudent & Civic Engagement promotes non-partisan democratic engagement and assists students in registering to vote, as well as encourage students to turnout to vote. Our staff is available for voter registration drives, voter registration assistance, and voter education presentations. Additionally, we offer election-night watch parties to celebrate our democracy!

We invite you to review the documents below to see how we do this work and the evaluation of our efforts.

National Study of Learning, Voting, and Engagement Reports:


Engage by Campus Labs

Engage is your portal for connecting with student organizations and other ways to get involved while you are a student at Texas A&M University - Central Texas.

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