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The Story

In the Fall of 2018, a group of student leaders from various organizations at Texas A&M University came together to create the inaugural Latinx Graduation Ceremony in May 2019. They saw the need to recognize & celebrate the accomplishments of the Latinx community in a bilingual & inclusive format for the families who have sacrificed so much. In June of 2019, the Latinx Graduation Coalition was created. The purpose of the Latinx Graduation Coalition is to unify leaders & organizations while establishing long-term sustainability to ensure the success of the Latinx Graduation Ceremony.

The Latinx Graduation Coalition

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Latino Medical Student Association PLUS

Hispanic President's Council

Our Organizations

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Latinx Community & Advocacy Association


Mexican Student Association

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Council For Minority Student Affairs


Latinx Graduate Student Association


MSC Student Conference on Latinx Affairs

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MSC CAMAC: A Latinx Programming Committee

Phi Iota Alpha

Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Inc.


Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc.


Latinx Community & Advocacy Association

We strive to educate and organize young adults for the empowerment of our Latinx community. We seek equal opportunities and treatment in all spheres- social, political, legal and economic- through direct action. Our vision for the future is fundamentally: democratic, feminist, LGBTQ+ allied, anti-racist, and intersectional.


Mexican Student Association

The Mexican Student Association strives to prmote the Mexican culture and values at Texas A&M University while providing students with a home away from home. MSA is primarily a social organization, however we value service and volunteer work and actively encourage our members to participate in events to give back to our communities.


Council For Minority Student Affairs

Texas A&M’s Council For Minority Student Affairs (CMSA) aims to create awareness, provide resources, and take action to empower the immigrant community. CMSA also stands in solidarity with and actively supports all other marginalized communities.


Latinx Graduate Student Association

We are a support, advocacy, and social group for graduate students at Texas A&M. We hold monthly potlucks, fundraisers, and sponsored events.


MSC Student Conference on Latinx Affairs (SCOLA)

MSC Student Conference on Latinx Affairs (SCOLA) develops programs for students across Texas and the nation that highlight national and international issues impacting the Latinx community.


A Latinx Programming Committee

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.


Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Inc.

Phi Iota Alpha Fraternity, Inc., established December 26, 1931 is the Oldest Latino Fraternity in existence. Brothers of the organization commit themselves toward the empowerment of the Latino community by providing intensive social and cultural programs and activities geared toward the appreciation, promotion and preservation of Latin American culture.


Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc.

Kappa Delta Chi Sorority, Inc. is a Latina founded national sorority who aims to achieve professional development, academic excellence, and graduation of all its members; an organization dedicated to community service to their local university communities with an emphasis on the Hispanic/Latino population.

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Latino Medical Student Association -- Pre-Medical Latino Undergraduate Society

The Latino Medical Student Association Pre-med Latino Undergraduate Society strives to unite and empower pre-medical students through service, mentorship and education to advocate for the health of the Latino community. Our vision is to unify Pre-Medical Students to promote Latino health.


Hispanic President's Council

The Hispanic Presidents’ Council (HPC) aims to serve as a means through which all Hispanic students can rise to achieve their full potential as both scholars and leaders in the Texas A&M community. To obtain its purpose, the council will promote the awareness of existing Hispanic organizations available to the student body of Texas A&M University.

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