The Texas A&M Hispanic Network
had its early roots in informal gatherings of former student classmates who had common cultural ties and backgrounds. They shared a belief that their experience at Texas A&M was transformative and provided skills and opportunities that otherwise would not have been available to them. Collectively, their passion to pass this legacy of learning and opportunity to future Hispanic students became the hallmark of the Texas A&M Hispanic Network.
In November of 2006, the TAMHN was formally chartered by The Association of Former Students to address ways Texas A&M and its former students of Hispanic background could assist then-President Robert Gates and the University in achieving the Vision 2020 goals relating to increasing diversity within the student body, faculty and staff.
Today, the TAMHN boasts chapters across the state with the mission of serving as an advocate and support group on Hispanic concerns and issues at the University and local communities.
The Network dynamically works towards increasing the number of Hispanic students attending Texas A&M University, as well as enhancing their experience, education and quality of life on campus.
Become a member today!
Memberships support scholarships, the Annual Summit and local networking and recruiting programs. Members will be kept up-to-date by receiving emails on statewide and local activities, as well as initiatives working towards the mission of the Network.
FAMILY LEGACY PROGRAM
What will be your Legacy?
Come be part of creating the future for Hispanic Aggies by participating in the Family Legacy Program. Click on the link http://tx.ag/tamhnfamilylegacyvideo
to hear inspirational stories of fellow Hispanic Aggies who are making a difference. For more information, contact Daniel Hernandez at email@example.com