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Council for Minority Student Affairs (CMSA)   

The Council for Minority Student Affairs is a student organization at Texas A&M University that advocates for the rights of undocumented immigrants. We educate the community on various topics such as Comprehensive Immigration Reform (CIR), The Dream Act, higher education and financial aid for undocumented students. CMSA is a fully inclusive organization, come and join. :)

Fall 2014 General Membership Meetings

Monday, September 29 at 7:00PM Rudder Tower 402

Monday, October 6 at 7:00PM MSC 2502

Thank you for all your support. We have great plans ahead so I invite you to join and you might become the MEMBER OF THE MONTH! 

 Latino and Mexican American Studies 

CMSA made Aggie History alongside other student organizations as it pushed for the creation of a Latino and Mexican American Studies minor! We would like to thank Dr. Felipe Hinojosa from the History Department who gave talks about how the  minor would look like and why itisneeded. We reached 1,000 signatures for the support of the minor at Texas A&M University and Dean Jose Luis Bermudez gave us his support. The Latino and Mexican American Studies minor will be active in spring  2014! We need 40 students to enroll so if your interested please contact your advisor. Thank  you!

Member of the Month 


SCOLA 2014: Latinos Raising: Empowering Leaders in Civic Engagement

CMSA members were present at the Student Conference on Latino Affairs (SCOLA)! The whole conference revolved around empowering Latinos get involved in their community and becoming leaders. CMSA even had the amazing opportunity to present workshops, to educate the conference attendees! 

SCOLA

Harvard Latino Law, Policy, & Business Conference

CMSA officers Nery Guerrero and Alejandra Aguilar accompanied by CMSA member Michael Salinas attended the Harvard Latino Law, Policy & Business Conference! There they met with various Latino leaders from all over the nation and gave a voice to CMSA. CMSA is truly growing and creating a powerful network!
 
Harvard
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