The Aggie Recovery Community

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The Aggie Recovery Community is a recognized student organization at Texas A&M University that provides a safe, sober, and supportive environment for college students struggling with or recovering from addiction. Our mission is to facilitate an inclusive fellowship which fosters personal growth and wellness through regular recovery meetings. The Aggie Recovery Community meets once a week on campus in student-led, 12-step-style meetings. No staff members attend unless otherwise invited by the community, in order to ensure a safe, judgement-free, and private space for the students. Outside of our meetings, we also participate in group social activities and programming during the academic year.

For more information, please contact the Aggie Recovery Community at

Interested in joining? The Aggie Recovery Community meetings will resume this Fall on Wednesdays, 5:40 pm - 6:40 pm, MSC L517 (August 30th and November 8th location: MSC 2507). Snacks are provided!


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The Aggie Recovery Community in the News:

Addiction claimed their son, so this Texas family works to help other students in recovery

Aggie Mom Helps Bring Addiction Recovery Community to A&M


Updated 2017
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