Academic Affairs Committee
Has the responsibility to study policies, procedures, and regulations and to recommend actions in curriculum and instruction, academic standards, honors, and other matters affecting academic matters.
Academic Honesty Promotions Committee
To promote academic honesty, the Aggie Honor Code and the Aggie Honor System in collaboration with Aggie Honor System office, Student Affairs and students.
Academic Operations Committee Deans
Sets academic affairs policies regarding undergraduate students and develops appropriate implementation strategies for these policies.
Academic Professional Track Faculty Committee (APTF)
The Subcommittee on the Status of Non Tenure Track Faculty interfaces between the Faculty Senate and the TAMU non tenure track faculty on relevant issues, including job security, salary and job satisfaction. Members will be non tenure track faculty (50% time or more). Ex officio tenure track members will be appointed. The term length will be three years, but the initial terms may be one, two or three years for membership continuity.
Academic Scholarship Selection Committee
This committee reviews the selection process and candidates for the University's major four-year competitive academic scholarships (President's Endowed Scholarships, Lechner Scholarships, McFadden Scholarships, President's Achievement Scholarships, and Century Scholarships) and recommends recipients . It advises the Assistant Vice President and Scholarships & Financial Aid staff on academic scholarship selection criteria, application forms and procedures, and development of new scholarship programs. Meetings are called at the discretion of the Chair. Most activity takes place in the late winter and early spring. The committee generally meets once in the fall semester to review scholarship awarding policy and once in the spring semester to approve scholarship recipients for the next academic year.
Activity Resource & Response Team (ARRT)
The Activity Resource & Response Team (ARRT) may provide assistance before, during, and after expressive activity events involving student organizations and/or those events held within the University Center complex. ARRT assists, observes, and informs free speech participants and bystanders of university policy regarding reasonable time, place, and manner questions associated with expressive activity on campus, if and when needed. ARRT will not engage in or seek to limit any content or viewpoints associated with legally protected speech. Additionally, ARRT will serve as a campus resource and will be available to provide educational presentations and follow-up on first amendment and free speech to student organizations and select university units.
Athletic Council
Advisory to the President on all matters relating to Intercollegiate athletics. Primary responsibility is the academic program within the athletic department.
Buck Weirus Spirit Award Committee
To select recipients for the Buck Weirus Spirit Award.
Budget Information Committee
To study the university budget and become familiar with its structure, provisions,and development. To investigate select budget-related questions of particular interest to the Faculty Senate and the university faculty at large. To provide a member to attend budget preparation meetings when indicated. To advise and recommend action on any issue pertaining to the development and content of the university budget to the Executive Committee of the Senate and to the Faculty Senate as a whole.
Career Center Advisory Council
Meets regularly to provide an external perspective to the Center's staff members. In doing so, the Council will assure that the Career Center maintains the closest possible connection with the needs of the constituent groups it serves.