Student Organizations in COMM:
Student Communication Association
The Student Communication Association is designed to help students interested in Communication to get the most out of their degree. This association is geared toward increasing awareness of opportunities the Communication department offers for education and awareness of opportunities afforded by the skills Communication students acquire. Find them on Facebook at TAMU Student Communication Association.
Lambda Pi Eta
The purpose of Lambda Pi Eta is to recognize, foster and reward outstanding scholastic achievement in communication, telecommunication, and media studies; to stimulate interest in the broad field of communication; to promote and encourage professional development among undergraduates majoring in the Department of Communication; to provide an opportunity to discuss and exchange ideas in the field of communication; to establish and maintain closer relationships and mutual understanding between communication students and faculty; and to explore options for graduate and professional education.
Student Organizations at TAMU:
Student Activities Online (STUACT Online)
The Department of Student Activities oversees the recognition of over 1000 student organizations. Visit these pages to explore Texas A&M University’s recognized organizations and learn more about available resources.
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