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Student Organizations

At the Texas A&M School of Medicine, students not only receive a great medical education, they also have the opportunity to participate in "the other education" through involvement in more than 15 active student organizations. These groups range from medical specialty interest groups to religious and community service organizations. The wide variety of groups available allows every student to get involved in the local community by working with fellow students with similar interests.

Student Organizations

American Medical Students Association

The American Medical Students Assocaition (AMSA) is the largest independent medical student association in the nation. Being a member of AMSA gives you the opportunity to become involved in AMSA's action committees and its educational programs, publications and support networks.

Christian Medical Association

The Christian Medical Association (CMA) has been taking a medical missions trip to countries such as Mexico for almost a decade.

Emergency Medicine Interest Group

The Emergency Medicine Interest Group is a student-run organization that provides exposure to various aspects of emergency medicine to those students contemplating a career in emergency medicine.

Family Medicine Interest Group

The Family Medicine Interest Group's main goals are to disperse information to those interested in family medicine as a career and to help these same individuals reach their goals within this profession.

Gillespie Anesthesiology Student Society

The Gillespie Anesthesiology Student Society (GASS) provides a wider range of exposure to anesthesiology than is available through the Texas A&M Universty Health Science Center curricular experience.

Multicultural Awareness Program

The Multicultural Awareness Program (MAP) is a student organization for those pursuing a career as a medical doctor.

Gold Humanism Honor Society

The Gold Humanism Honor Society (GHHS) honors senior medical students, residents, role model physician teachers and other exemplars recognized for "demonstrated excellence in clinical care, leadership, compassion and dedication to service."

Internal Medicine Interest Group

The Internal Medicine Interest Group's purpose is to introduce the world of internal medicine and its countless possibilities to students. During the year, meetings are designed to spark student interest as well as provide an education in the field of internal medicine.

Latino Medical Student Association

The Latino Medical Student Association represents, supports and unifies Latino medical students across the United States. In addition, the chapter aims to promote awareness on issues specific to Latinos involved in all facets of healthcare.


MedPride is a student organization aiming to provide an inclusive space for LGBTQ+ medical students and promote LGBTQ+ cultural humility and understanding at the Texas A&M College of Medicine.

Martha's Health Clinic

Martha's Health Clinic is a student-run, free clinic in Temple, Texas, housed in Martha's Kitchen. It was started in 1994 by Texas A&M medical students, Eric Wilke and Eric Beshires, who saw a need for better health care for the homeless population in Temple.

Medical Ethics Club

Initiated and founded in 2009 by a group of students taking the first-year humanities course, the Medical Ethics Club seeks to engage students in discussion and education in ethical issues in the field of medicine.

OB-GYN Interest Group

The OB-GYN interest group is designed to introduce students to the world of obstetrics and gynecology as a profession and branch of medicine, increase awareness on women's health issues, provide an avenue of service and help prepare students on their path to residency.

Pediatric Interest Group

The Pediatric Interest Group's goals include promoting the pediatric specialty among medical students, helping those interested learn more about the profession and gain skills and experiences to prepare them for residency, and to advocate for our young patients.

Plastic Surgery Interest Group

The Plastic Surgery Interest Group is designed to offer students exposure, education, and opportunities in the field of plastic and reconstructive surgery.

Surgery Interest Group

The Surgery Interest Group was created upon the premise of both introducing and preparing students for a career in any of the surgical specialties.

Stand Tall Against Tobacco (STAT)

Stand Tall Against Tobacco (STAT) promotes tobacco prevention and cessation within a community by targeting middle school students in an interactive, educational program.

Student National Medical Association

The Student National Medical Assocation (SNMA) is the nation's oldest and largest independent, student-run organization focused on the needs and concerns of medical students of color.

Texas Medical Association/American Medical Association

The Texas Medical Association/American Medical Association (AMA/TMA) chapter of the College of Medicine is organized to encourage medical student involvement in the AMA/TMA organizational meetings, programs and activities at the local, state and national levels.

Women in Medicine

The purpose of this organization is in accordance with the objectives of the American Medical Women's Association (AMWA).