Since our founding in 1990, we have been committed to connecting Texas A&M students to their university.
The Council of Arts, Social Sciences, & Humanities is an academic and professional organization that works to convey concerns and special interests from the undergraduate student body to faculty, staff, deans of the college, former students, and prospective students. The council strives to heighten awareness and assist in the development and refinement of marketable skills for students. We work to promote liberal arts students in both the university and community through various forms such as advertising, university involvement, and community outreach.
Bradley Matthews serves as Senior Career Coordinator within Texas A&M's Career Center and Advisor to the Council of Arts, Social Sciences, & Humanities (CASH) and Freshman in Liberal Arts Reaching Excellence (FLARE). He is a great resource for students learning to market their liberal arts degree and exploring career options. We couldn't ask for a better advisor!