The premier men’s social organization at The University of Texas at Austin

 

One of the oldest student organizations at the University of Texas, the Tejas Club was founded in 1925 on the principles of friendship, leadership and scholarship.

 
 
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FRIENDSHIP

Members of Tejas are always open to meeting new people and proudly embrace the club’s open-door policy. Values in friendship have steered the club towards a partnership with the Counseling and Mental Health Center to further promote suicide prevention and awareness.

LEADERSHIP

The club has an incredible history of leadership, including seventeen student body presidents. Braves are active in all aspects of campus life, representing their peers in Student Government and Senate of College Councils as well as in an array of other campus organizations.

SCHOLARSHIP

Tejas Braves maintain membership in a wide variety of honors programs and societies and actively participate in numerous academic organizations. Outside the classroom, Braves have continued their academic and professional success in a number of career fields.


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Membership

Tejas Braves are a highly involved and diverse group of men on campus who are represented in communities like Student Government, Senate of College Councils, Silver Spurs, Camp Texas, Shakespeare at Winedale, and many academic Honors programs.

 
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Tejas Coffees

The Tejas Club hosts coffees featuring influential speakers weekly on Thursday evenings at the Tejas House (2600 Rio Grande Street). Past speakers include Mack Brown, Andy Roddick, Beto O’Rourke, and Matthew McConaughey.