CLUES (Culture Leadership Understanding and Exploration for Scholars) is a learning community developed by the Departments of Multicultural Services and Agricultural Leadership, Education and Communications. CLUES is a course-credited program for students that focuses on multiculturalism, cultural sensitivity, and inclusive leadership.

This learning community is a means of cluing students in on life-changing knowledge and skills that will positively impact their future.


This course is divided into two semesters: a three-hour course in the Fall semester and a three-hour course in the Spring semester. The classroom curriculum experience will be brought to life through co-curricular activities such as interacting with major Texas A&M administrators, sampling food from all over the world, and attending performances.

Contact: Mark Dawson, email:

Howdy Aggies! Looking for an engaging class experience?  Interested in learning more about yourself and others?  Excited about participating in cultural activities (attending plays, museums, and festivals)?  Will you be a scholar in the fall?  If you answered yes to these questions, CLUES is for you!

 Register now online through Howdy ALED 322 (Fall) & 323 (Spring)