Embracing our unique identities Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

Embracing our unique identities Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion

As one of the most diverse campuses in the Texas A&M University System, our vision for Inclusive Excellence is the active, intentional and ongoing engagement with diversity in learning, teaching, student development, and institutional functioning in both local and global communities on our ever expanding campus. By achieving and maintaining a diverse constituency in the campus community, the University will succeed in preparing students for living and working in an increasingly diverse and global society.

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Islander Cultural Alliance (ICA) is a student-run organization that focuses specifically on providing multicultural and diverse programs and events for the TAMU-CC community in an effort to raise cultural awareness. ICA is proud to play a small part in honoring the status of TAMU-CC as a Hispanic Serving Institution.
Explore ICA

Texas A&M-Corpus Christi hosts several month-long cultural celebrations on the island including Black History Month, Women’s History Month, Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month, and Hispanic Heritage Month.
Celebrate culture

Celebrate the pageantry and beauty of the music of the Mariachi de la Isla. The sounds of mariachi music have represented the Hispanic culture and delighted listeners since its inception in 18th century Mexico. Mariachi de la Isla is an ensemble group in the Department of Music
Follow the sound

The Multicultural Greek Council (MGC) is the umbrella organization for historically founded Multicultural, African American, Latino(a) and Asian Greek letter organizations at TAMU-CC. The MGC experience focuses on leadership, academics, community service, and involvement in the university.
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Offering services for both international students and scholars, and for study abroad students and faculty. Expand your horizons and explore how Islanders learn globally, and participate in culturally relevant programs for the campus and community.
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The Chief Diversity Officer heads the university’s inclusive excellence efforts. They work to foster and affirm a campus culture of inclusion and belonging.
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Get Involved

The Island has student organizations for every interest, from sports to religious, academic interest to social causes. We also have a variety of culturally based student organizations including the Black Student Union, Chinese Student and Scholars Association, and the PRIDE Alliance, among others. Visit I-Engage to find a student organization you can connect to.