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Texas A & M University - College Station

Student Clubs and Organizations         
Aggie Speleological Society club  Caving offers the opportunity to do things that cannot be done under typical circumstances. It is not your everyday person who can go crawling through mud, REALLY cold water, and bat guano. The experience of popping back "top-side," so completely covered in mud that not only is the original color of your clothes undeterminable, but the color of you is equally as hard to disconcern is...well, you will just have to find out for yourself (and it makes for some really good photos as well).
Caving also has a "Lewis and Clark" side to it. Because so few people have the time, equipment, and/or access to caves, there are plenty of places where literally "no one has gone before."  [Edit]
CARPOOL club  CARPOOL stands for Caring Aggies R Protecting Over Our Lives.

We facilitate a non-judgemental, free, and safe ride home. This service operates from thursday through saturday night, and is generally to help reduce the number of drunk drivers on the road. Its a really fun organization and the picking up people from the clubs is hilarious.  [Edit]
DST - Texas A&M - Omicron Omega sorority  Omicron Omega Chapter Delta Sigma Theta Sorority Inc founded in 1984 Texas A M University College Station Texas  [Edit]
MSC Hospitality club  This organization is amazing! We are the official host committee of Texas A&M. It's a lot like National Honor Society for college students but 100 times better! We do tons of community service and host important people like former president George Bush and his son George W. Bush. You have to apply to get in and it's very difficult to get in but it's worth it!  [Edit]
Singing Cadets group  A men's chorus dedicated to enhancing the public relations of Texas A&M University through musical presentations. We sing many different types of music. Its more than a choir to us, we do everything together. Our best friends are within the group.  [Edit]
Wesley Foundation religious  A home away from home for students at Texas A&M. We are a Methodist student center (though everyone is welcome)and offer a wide variety of activites everyweek including worship, bible studys, choir, and service opportunitys. Our building has places to study, watch TV, or just hangout with friends.  [Edit]
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