TAMUC Student Elected President of A&M System Committee

Adriel Terrazas, a Political Science major from Terrell, Texas, was recently elected president of the Chancellor's Student Advisory Committee (CSAC) for the Texas A&M University System. The CSAC was created in 1982 to provide an avenue for all student leaders to address student issues common to all campuses within the A&M System, and each system institution is allowed two members on the committee. At Texas A&M University-Commerce, Terrazas is the president of the Student Government Association (SGA), is involved in the Latino American Mentorship Program, the Lion Ambassador's Program and is a Lion Camp counselor. Terrazas and fellow SGA member Javion Lynch are the A&M-Commerce representatives on the committee.