Years Serving TAMU and its Students

Our Purpose:

MSC Aggie Leaders of Tomorrow is a freshman organization that provides programs and service opportunities that foster leadership and personal growth for students at Texas A&M.

MSC ALOT provided me with opportunities to develop my own personal leadership style and to build relationships with friends who inspire me to continue growing.

Brandon Perrey '19

MSC ALOT defined my freshman year. Not only did it help me to get out of my comfort zone, but I was able to meet my best friends. MSC ALOT is my family, and it is an amazing support system.

Erika Flesch '20

MSC ALOT taught me to love myself and the people around me unconditionally. I developed not only as a leader, but as a friend and person.

Katie Struck '20

MSC ALOT has been the single greatest influence on me during my time at Texas A&M. It has given me countless opportunities to grow and lead; I would not be who I am currently in college without MSC ALOT.

Daniel Warkentin '20

Being in MSC ALOT turned by freshman year upside down in the best way possible. I can truly say I met my best friends in ALOT and the memories we have made will stay with me forever.

Aly Lippincott '20

MSC ALOT has a special charisma that brought me closer to people that I never even imagined I would meet at Texas A&M. The diverse perspective of every individual within this organizations has made me more open-minded and love this university even more. Everyone has extreme dedication to their role in MSC ALOT, a strong support system from everyone, and unconditional love.

Danya Murad '21

MSC ALOT is so important to the man that I am today. This organization gave me the tools and the opportunities that I needed to grow into the best version of myself socially, academically, and professionally.

Landon Creel '21

MSC ALOT is one of those things that words cannot truly express because it is a feeling. It is a feeling of belonging, support, success, love, and appreciation. It allows you to accomplish things you never thought were possible. ALOT is rooted in leadership but is family in practice.

Andrew Hebert '21