ISA is important to me because we are in this special position where we don’t cleave to one specific culture or group but rather exist to represent all the cultures that exist at Texas A&M. It’s challenging to have to coordinate with so many organizations, each with its unique identity and mission. It’s tough, but incredibly rewarding.

Fatima Eloise Wood '19, Vice President of Operations

International Studies and English | North Richland Hills, TX

We are dedicated to promoting diversity and multiculturalism at Texas A&M. We serve to provide a community where international and domestic students can share their passions for cultural awareness and understanding. With such a broad mission, ISA is a place for everyone who shares that curiosity for knowledge and passion for culture.
Danielle Lipsey '20, President

Accounting | San Antonio, TX

There are countless reasons to be part of ISA but if I have to pick one I would say a Texas A&M student should be part of ISA for its diversity and inclusivity of an array of students. ISA is not only an advocate for International Students but also an organization that puts together large-scale social and cultural events for both the domestic and International students. Whether you want to learn about a culture or just want to dance the night away, ISA is the organization to be part of because we incorporate cultural awareness and fun in all of our events.

Aselin Puthenpurail '18, , Vice President of Finance

Nutritional Science  | Forth Worth, Tx

International Student Association

To identify and represent international students’ interests, to promote international student’s participation in the overall policy and decision making processes of the university, to form a communicative coalition with other organizations, and to promote the general welfare of the international student body.

Learn more about the ISA.

By: Maggie Rians ’18
Social Media Intern
Division of Student