MSC CAMAC: A Latinx Programming Committee works on uniting students from diverse backgrounds by presenting programs that enrich the awareness and understanding of Latina/o cultures and values.
Letter from 2018-2019 MSC CAMAC Chair
Howdy and bienvenidos to MSC CAMAC: A Latinx Programming Committee!
MSC CAMAC is a programming committee housed within the Memorial Student Center Student Programs Office. Our purpose is to unite students from diverse backgrounds by presenting programs that enrich the Texas A&M University community with awareness and an understanding of Latinx cultures and values. MSC CAMAC was founded by one of the first Mexican American students admitted to Texas A&M back in 1974, however we welcome members from all backgrounds, cultures, races, and ethnicities into our familia.
MSC CAMAC not only puts on programs, but it provides and develops its members with the necessary professional skills that will enable them to become capable leaders at Texas A&M and global citizens after graduation. Now in its 44th year, MSC CAMAC has grown tremendously and continues to do so thanks to its members and the people who continue to attend our programs. Although we are a programming committee, my time in this organization has shown me that MSC CAMAC goes beyond just programs. One of the most unique aspects of the organization is its ability to create a family environment for students who seek a home away from home.
I joined MSC CAMAC the second semester of my sophomore year and my only regret is not joining sooner! After a difficult freshman year, I was in search of an organization that would help me grow as not only an individual, but as a leader here at Texas A&M University. MSC CAMAC was exactly what I was searching for, and more. As a member of MSC CAMAC, I was involved in the cultural subcommittee which not only allowed me to meet many different people, but it also helped me gain a better understanding of MSC CAMAC’s vision. I am extremely excited to spend my final year at Texas A&M University and my final year in MSC CAMAC as the 44th MSC CAMAC chair. I am thankful for all of the opportunities and memories that this committee has given me thus far.
I look forward to meeting all of you this upcoming year and I hope your experience in MSC CAMAC is one that you will cherish for years to come.
Gracias y Gig’em!
Jasmine Arambula ‘19
History & Vision
Founded in 1974, MSC CAMAC: A Latinx Programming Committee is a student organization that focuses on uniting students from diverse backgrounds to establish an appreciation for various Hispanic and Latinx cultures on the Texas A&M campus and Bryan/College Station community. In addition, MSC CAMAC provides a forum where members can educate themselves and others about current issues affecting the Latino cultures and community. We also offer opportunities for superior leadership growth and development within the organization and the Memorial Student Center.