Aggies to Aggies (A2A)

Aggies to Aggies (A2A), a peer diversity education program housed in the Department of Multicultural Services, seeks to promote diversity, equity, and inclusion within our communities. A2A uses an array of activities to enhance students’ understandings of these topics and what it means to be a socially conscious Aggie.

Our A2A peer diversity educators are formally trained to facilitate workshops and discussions.

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Upcoming Programs

Beginning March 23rd through April 4th, the following A2A signature diversity training workshops will be available to students without a formal request:


Intent vs Impact: Understanding Microaggressions

Thursday, March 23

MSC 2405


This is me: My Story & Identity

Tuesday, March 28

MSC 2405


Understanding Culture & Cultural Differences

Tuesday, April 4

MSC 2405


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A2A Peer Diversity Educators


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Jonathan is a sophomore, Civil Engineer major. He is from Katy, Texas. In his free time, Jonathan likes to watch shows on Netflix and hangs out with friends (but mainly watches shows on Netflix). He joined A2A to educate our community on issues concerning race, ethnicity, religion, sexual orientation, first language, geographical location, etc.


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Victoria is a senior Allied Health major from Houston,Tx. One of her favorite things to do is spend time with friends and eat a lot of food. Becoming a member of A2A stemmed from her passion to spread knowledge about diversity and social justice.


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Pete is a junior, psychology major, from Dallas, Texas, but he is a loud and proud member of the fightin Texas Aggie Class of 2018! A A A WHOOP! In his free time, he likes to travel to new places and take in brand new experiences. He got involved into Aggies to Aggies to inform our campus of the different layers of diversity and the distinctive types of social inequality.


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Rowshana is a sophomore Technology Management major from Laredo, TX. She spends her time programming and having fun with friends. She got involved with Aggies 2 Aggies to spark conversations about diversity and inclusion throughout campus.


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Farren is a sophomore Business major from China, TX. In addition to Aggies to Aggies, currently, he is involved with the sophomore leadership organization, SLAM. He loves the Spurs, pick-up volleyball games, and my huge family back home.  His biggest dream is to move to Washington D.C. and pursue a career in education reform.  He is so thankful to be part of this Aggie family! Thanks and gig em’!