Fall Application & Informational Schedule: https://flac.tamu.edu/schedule/
FLiC exists to develop freshmen as individuals and leaders at Texas A&M through the values, personal skills, and leadership skills that are taught through serving the community, on and off campus, while focusing on what Jesus Christ taught on leadership – “Whoever wants to become great among you must first be your servant.” (Matthew 20:26)
Why apply to FLiC?
To find meaningful community while being developed as a leader.
To provide a glimpse into what the experience of being in FLiC looks like, the FLO’s Student Leaders completed an assessment of their previous year. The following should be used as information to help you make an informed decision about being a member of FLiC, but please note that your experience may look different.
NOTE: FLiC is the only FLO with a religious exemption
What does a “week in FLiC” look like?
All-FLiC meetings happen once a week for an hour, committees meet 1 hour a week and same gender committee groups also meet 1 hour a week. Each committee has a specific focus where freshmen serve with that focus in mind between 1-5 hours per week. Other non-mandatory weekly events include worship nights, unity events, and other opportunities to spend time with FLiC members.
What did the remote experience look like due to COVID-19?
Committee’s met once a week, and same genders within committees also met for bible study once a week. Staff maintained relationships and encouraged freshmen. Group game tournaments were held and staff meetings were held once a week.
Being involved with FLiC I can expect to pay…
|Dues & Known Costs||· Fall Semester: $60
· Spring Semester: $60
|FLiC provides scholarships for freshmen and staff who need financial assistance.|
FLOs are evaluated yearly based on several factors. Three of these factors are Leadership, Service, and Social. Here is what last year’s members experienced in these areas:
|Leadership||· Freshmanhave the opportunity to lead committee meetings, organize an All-FLO Benefit concert, plan and lead Big Project (weekend service trip), weekly outreach, worship nights, and parent’s banquet. Various presentations and speakers at meetings including a Church Leadership Panel, Church Pastor, CRU Director.|
|Service||· FLiC Events: Week-long campus outreach, Big Project, FLiC weekly outreach, Save Our Streets Ministries, Pioneer Friday Church, Baptist Student Ministries Time for Chai. FLiC members also participate in The Big Event.|
|Social||· All-FLO Benefit Concert, Christmas Mixer with FREE, FLiCsgiving, Color War, Skating date party, FLO Bowl, High Dive unity event, Digs and Gigs, FLO Cup, Halloween Party, FLiC Civil War, Assassins|
Does FLiC have a Big/Little Program? Yes
What does the Big/Little Experience entail?
Each freshman is paired with a big outside of FLiC and meets anywhere between once a week to every other week. The big takes on a mentor role for the freshman, providing them with accountability in whatever way the freshman needs.
Want to learn more?
Attend the FLAC Coordinated livestreams, informationals, and reach out to the student leaders using the contact information available on this page.
Find the full recruitment schedule here: https://flac.tamu.edu/schedule/
Want to Apply?
Go to: https://flac.tamu.edu/apply/