About Fish Council
What is Fish Council?
Fish Council consists of up to 54 members who are selected as the official representative body of the Fightin' Texas Aggie Class of 2020. Fish Council is a part of a larger organization called Class Councils. Class Councils houses the Class Officer positions: Class President, Class Vice President, Class Secretary, and Class Treasurer. You have the opportunity to be a member of Class Councils for four years, which makes Fish Council unique from any other FLO. This enables all members to fully develop themselves, knowing that their involvement does not end after their first year.
Requirements to join Fish Council:
To be in good standing with Fish Council and Class Councils, you must maintain a minimum G.P.R. of 2.0 and attend both the Class Councils meetings and the Class of 2020 Meetings, which alternate bi-weekly on Mondays at 8:30 pm, as well as all other mandatory events (e.g. host the many of the unifying traditions A&M is famous for) throughout the year. As a member of Fish Council, you can expect to feel a heartwarming sense of pride for Texas A&M, partake in many community service projects in the Bryan/College Station Area, meet your best friends, and have an amazing and unforgettable freshman year. Fish Council is designed to be a program in which the members can enter Class Councils as freshmen and stay a member throughout all four years of college, thus forming friendships and making memories to last a lifetime all while performing service to the university.