Aggie Muster Committee

Katy Deleon, Chair

The Muster Committee exists to perpetuate the tradition of Muster at Texas A&M University and across the world.





Aggie Recruitment Committee

Kaitlynn Garcia, Chair

The Aggie Recruitment Committee shall perpetuate the livelihood of Texas A&M University by striving for excellence in facilitating and coordinating recruiting efforts by Texas A&M Students. ARC shall provide potential Aggies with first-rate recruiting conference and presence in high schools across the state and nation while upholding the Aggie Code of Honor and maintaining a charismatic commitment to promoting a positive image of Texas A&M.

Aggie Replant

Hunter Williams, Chair

Aggie Replant is an environmental service organization which strives to improve its greater community and bring students together through tradition, unity and selfless service by providing an avenue for environmental service through annual tree planting events, such as Replant Day.

Alternative Spring Break

Chau Dong, Chair

The Alternative Spring Break Committee exists to move enthusiastic, giving students from being heartfelt volunteers toward becoming active, life-long citizens and leaders for social change, committed to social justice.

Career Closet

Kirby Stockard, Chair

The Career Closet’s mission is collaborating with the Texas A&M Career Center to enhance the professionalism of Texas A&M students while removing the financial burden that is inherently associated with launching a career.


Jacob Hiney, Chair

The CARPOOL Committee shall facilitate a safe and reliable commuting environment in the Bryan/College Station area by providing free, non-judgmental rides home to intoxicated patrons and/or patrons rendered incapable of transportation due to other circumstances.


Dimitri Koufakis, Chair

The COSGA Committee shall passionately serve a community of student leaders who strive for professional growth. The COSGA Committee shall be committed to leadership and its mission: to achieve the highest quality student government conference in the world.

Environmental Issues Committee

Hailey Mueller Lavigne, Chair

The Environmental Issues Committee shall actively strive to provide and support: programs which enhance environmental education and awareness and programs which reduce the community’s impact on the environment, in order to improve quality of life.

Fish Aides

Sarah Spohn, Chair

The Fish Aides Committee exists to develop and empower leaders of excellence.







Gilbert Leadership Conference

Sherilyn Morales, Chair

The Gilbert Leadership Conference exists to serve the students of Texas A&M University by providing freshmen the opportunity to develop themselves as leaders, to network and interact with one another, and to understand the leadership opportunities that are available across campus to them in their time at Texas A&M University. In keeping with the traditions of the Student Government Association and Texas A&M University, the conference shall focus on character, service, and involvement as well as to help betterment the Texas A&M student body.

The Big Event

Trent Armstrong, Chair

Through service-oriented activities, The Big Event promotes campus and community unity as students come together for one day to express their gratitude for the support from the surrounding community.





The 12th Can

Megan Ford, Chair

The 12th Can strive to address and reduce food insecurity in the Texas A&M community by providing students, faculty, and staff with goods and other necessary items that they may not be able to easily obtain themselves in order to support our Aggie Family.

Traditions Council

Joseph Gentry, Chair

Traditions Council shall be exist to preserve and promote the traditions of Texas A&M University through outreach and education.