Campus Organizations, Resources
The CORE is the center of your college experience. Let us help you get the most out of your time at WTAMU through campus activities, student organizations, special events and programs, leadership development and student success resources.
- Campus Organizations
West Texas A&M University is home to over 130 campus organizations. Types of organizations include departmental and professional organizations, honor societies, interest groups, religious organizations, recreational and sport clubs, residence hall organizations, and Greek social/service groups.
Current campus organizations and their contact information
- Commuter Programs
Commuter Students are those students who live off campus and must drive or utilize public transportation to attend class. West Texas A&M University and the CORE office provide many services and amenities for WTAMU commuter students.
- Diversity Programs
At West Texas A&M University, we believe it is important to promote, honor and celebrate the uniqueness of all heritages, cultures and ethnicities. Events and programs include TASTES of the World, an annual Martin Luther King, Jr. celebration, Future Buff Day, LatinoFest and black history month activities.
- Greek Life
West Texas A&M University offers Greek social/service organizations through the North-American Interfraternity Conference (NIC) and the National Panhellenic Conference (NPC).
- Jack B. Kelley Student Center
Whether looking for a place to chat with friends, a place to grab a quick meal or a glimpse of a favorite television program, the JBK is the center of student activity.
- Leadership Board
Leadership Board is a student organization that educates through campus programs, leadership retreats and community outreach.
- Peer Education (PULSE)
Led by PULSE (Peers Understanding, Listening, Speaking, Educating), Peer Education sponsors a variety of “awareness” events, prepares programs for student organizations, and provides students with someone to talk to about the problems and challenges they face.
For more information, contact:
Jack B. Kelley Student Center, Suite 103