AggieServe is a service-learning and volunteer opportunity directory that connects Texas A&M University students, faculty, and staff to agencies and opportunities in the Bryan/College Station area. For more information, visit our welcome page.

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TAMU Open House
Aggieland Humane Society, formerly Brazos Animal Shelter

The Aggieland Humane Society will have a booth at Texas A&M University's open house event. Our booth will be at the Vet school in the small animal clinic from 8:00am-4:30pm. We are asking volunteers to sign up for three hour shifts.

News & Announcements

Apply to be a Service-Learning Faculty Fellow

Visit this page for more information about the Service Learning Fellows program.

Service-Learning Profiles


Stories of Service

Thoughts about service from students, faculty, and community partners.

Links & Resources

Volunteer Resources

View Course Directory
Browse our directory of classes with service opportunities to find the perfect one for you.
Volunteer Opportunities Fair
The VOF, held in the fall and spring, offers students the opportunity to meet with many different community agencies who are looking for volunteers.
AggieServe Introduction for Volunteers
Learn about the new AggieServe and the features it offers to help you find service opportunities.
Resources
Additional resources for volunteers.

Community Agency Resources

Community Agency Breakfast
The Community Agency Breakfast occurs during the fall semester. This is an opportunity for representatives from various community agencies to network with other agencies from across the Brazos Valley, meet members of the Leadership and Service team, and learn more about the services and resources offered.
Service Advisory Team
The purpose of the Service Advisory Team is to foster greater partnerships among community agencies and students of Texas A&M University. The Service Advisory Team is made up of representatives from Community Agencies working collaboratively with staff members of Texas A&M’s Leadership and Service Center. This team will strive to improve social issues within the Bryan/College Station community and increase the number of civic engagement opportunities available to students of Texas A&M University.
Volunteer Opportunities Fair
The VOF offers students the opportunity to meet with many different community agencies who are looking for volunteers. The VOF is held on campus once during the fall semester and once during the spring semester.
AggieServe Introduction for Community Partners
Learn about the new AggieServe and how you can advertise your service opportunities to the campus community and staff.
Resources
Additional resources for community agencies.

Faculty Resources

Incorporating Service-Learning in Your Course Curriculum
Learn about the definition of Service-Learning, discipline specific examples, and campus resources.
About Service-Learning
Learn more about the guiding principles behind Service-Learning and how to integrate service into your students' academic experiences.
AggieServe Introduction for Faculty
Learn about the new AggieServe and how to find Service-Learning opportunities to integrate into the classroom.
Resources
Additional resources for faculty.