Join the Texas Aggie Conservatives

Prospective members can join TAC online or at general meetings (details below). Click here to pay dues online.

Howdy Ag! With the outcome of the 2012 election less than desirable, and the current talk about restricting not only the guns we can own but also our freedoms, there has never been a better and more important time for conservative students to be politically active on campus.

Texas Aggie Conservatives (TAC) is the most influential student organization on campus and the top conservative student organization in the country.

Benefits of joining TAC:

  • Meaningful leadership positions
  • Impactful projects for resumes
  • Real world training for future careers
  • Meet Aggies with similar values and beliefs
  • Learn valuable organizational and leadership skills
  • Meet and interact with prominent figures such as politicians and media personalities
  • Let your voice be heard by joining a larger movement
  • Scholarship opportunities!

As a general conservative club, TAC tackles a variety of activism initiatives but never strays from the conservative worldview of limited government, personal responsibility, and economic freedom.

TAC members and alumni are among the most influential and recognized young conservative leaders in the country.

When choosing organizations to be involved in at A&M, consider what will be important to you 5, 10, and 50 years down the road. The conservative principles you are fighting for in college will be important to you for the rest of your life. As a politically active conservative youth, you are in a unique position to shape the future. Join TAC to help create a prosperous America and protect life, liberty, and property.

TAC members advance the conservative movement and make friends while organizing and participating in a wide range of activities, including: campus activism events, campaigns, media coverage, conservative speaker events, community service, social events, conferences, and more. TAC officers and alumni are dedicated to helping you become a philosophically sound conservative and effective conservative leader. Whether you are just starting to learn about the conservative philosophy or if you are already an expert conservative activist, you can play an important role in TAC.

Please contact us at if you have any questions and to see how you can get involved in TAC. See below for Information about becoming a TAC member.

Real change starts on campus, and it starts with you. You can make a difference as a member of TAC.


Membership dues are $20 for the year (this includes TAC shirt). Currently, we have two methods of paying membership dues:

Online Membership Payment

At our online store, you can use a credit card (AMEX, Discover, MasterCard, Visa) or an electronic check to pay dues. You will complete the TAC membership form online as part of your purchase. Dues are $20 and include a t-shirt, which you can pick up at the next TAC general meeting. Please review our information on how to become an active member. All A&M and Blinn students are eligible to become members. Don't forget to join our Facebook Page! Contact us at if you have any questions.

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Membership Payment at General Meetings

You can also pay your membership dues at any general meeting (cash, check, and sometimes credit card). Checks can be made payable to "Texas Aggie Conservatives." Dues are $20 (includes TAC shirt).  To speed up your membership payment, please complete our Membership Form and bring it with you to the meeting (we will have extras at meetings, so don't worry about this if you don't have a printer, etc). Please also review our information on how to become an active member. All A&M and Blinn students are eligible to become members. Don't forget to join our Facebook Page! Contact us at if you have any questions.

More Information

If you are interested in the Texas Aggie Conservatives but do not want to join at this time, please fill out the form below to be added to our email list and receive notifications from TAC. You may also contact TAC for more information.

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