About the Texas Aggie Conservatives (TAC)

The Texas Aggie Conservatives promote conservative ideologies and advance the conservative movement at the university, local, state, and national levels through a number of means including educating students and the public, advocating conservative fiscal and social policies, campus activism, offering camaraderie for conservative students, and campaigning for conservative political candidates.

If you are interested in joining the Texas Aggie Conservatives, be sure to visit our join TAC page and visit us at one of our weekly meetings. You can find our contact information here. Our organization relies primarily on private donations to fund an active schedule throughout the year; if you are able to help us continue to spread the conservative message on campus, please contact us or read our donation page for more information.

What does TAC do?
One the most effective activities of TAC is its activism. This can be as simple as handing out fliers to as big as a tea party or a major protest. Youth speaks, and when college students participate in activism, it helps advance conservatives ideas to other students and a wide audience of people. Thanks to the dedication of our members and their willingness to participate, TAC has made national news advancing conservatives ideals. Activism may seem like a scary word now, but give it a shot, and you will see how easy it is to influence politics and share with others your conservative beliefs!
TAC brings in several prominent conservative speakers each year to provide a formal setting to learn more about different conservative topics. These entertaining yet educational events draw crowds in the hundreds. Join TAC, and you will have the opportunity to meet and interact with the conservatives you've seen on TV such as Christopher Lord Monckton, Jesse Lee Peterson, and Congressman Louie Gohmert.
9/11 Memorial
One of the most impressive activities of TAC is its yearly 9/11 Memorial. Last years dedication involved over 8,000 flags honoring those lost in the terrorist attacks and in the war on terrorism. We need your help to setup a display that highlights what it means to be an Aggie!
Social Events
A student organization wouldn't be complete without camaraderie for its members. Many of members of TAC go on to be great friends throughout college. Besides socializing at meetings, TAC holds dinner meetings, goes to movies, and holds other socials. TAC is a great way to meet like-minded friends!

TAC members have the opportunity to go on amazing trips to Washington, D.C. for conservative conferences such as CPACC and the YAF National Conservative Student Conference. There are also several local leadership and political training schools/conferences that TAC members attend.
TAC members have the opportunity for their message to reach millions of people. Many TAC events are covered by the local and state media outlets. Some TAC events have even been covered by national mainstream media outlets such as the New York Times, MSNBC, CNN, and syndicated CBS talk radio. TAC can be your d├ębut in TV or in the newspaper!
Leadership Opportunities
Many TAC members go on to hold leadership positions elsewhere on campus. A significant portion of the A&M Student Senate got their start in TAC. TAC will help members find and get internships or jobs with conservative organizations and conservative politicians.