Serving your community helps you become a better student, professional, and all-around human being.
Below we’ve listed a few opportunities to do community service. These opportunities exist throughout our city, our nation and our world.
For example, 350 students per semester work on a piece of turf on campus called The Howdy Farm. Students organize and run all aspects of the farm, providing locally grown, organic produce for campus dining and facilitating organic research. One goal is to create a more sustainable campus.
Our students have also taught villagers in Azerbaijan how to compost, served as specialists in the Texas 4-H program, and corrected misconceptions about agriculture through the student organization Farmers Fight. They have made friends, made a difference in the world, and found a new outlook on their student career.
Texas A&M University resources
- Student Organizations in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
- Texas A&M Student Activities’ page for service learning
- AggieServe: A service-learning directory that connects Texas A&M University students, faculty, and staff to opportunities in the Bryan/College Station area
- Search Texas A&M Student Activities for community service clubs and organizations
- Twice-yearly Texas A&M Volunteer Opportunities Fair