Employee Advisory Committee
The purpose of the Committee is to act as an advisory body to the executive leadership of the Division of Finance and Operations; to provide a forum in which staff can raise, discuss, and make recommendations on current non-academic policies and procedures; and to facilitate effective communication on behalf of and among staff members.

The Committee will not act in an advocacy role in any specific employee/employer policy matter or dispute within the University, nor will it assume the role of arbitrator in any such manner.
Enterprise Information System (EIS) Steering Committee
Membership is comprised of approximately 20 members representing offices and organizations at Texas A&M University impacted by Compass and Howdy. It includes representatives from the university's branch campuses in Galveston and Qatar, and is led by the Director of Enterprise Information Systems. The committee reviews Compass Work Requests and makes recommendations to the EIS Executive Committee, including those that have a significant policy or financial impact on the university. The committee meets monthly and provides guidance to the EIS team for key decisions such as the schedule for installing Ellucian releases. The committee also communicates EIS issues with faculty, staff, and students of the organizations they represent.
Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) Executive Committee
The committee implements recommendations made by the Enterprise Information Systems (EIS) Steering Committee and serves as a liaison to the EIS Council.
Executive Committee
To advise the Speaker of the Senate, assist in the administration and planning of Senate meetings, be responsible for the budget, implement the decisions and programs of the Senate, and act as directed by the Senate. Shall have the power to act for the Senate in case of an emergency.
Faculty Advisory Committee to the V.P. for Student Affairs
Advise the Vice President on issues concerning the Division of Student Affairs. Specifically, provide the Vice President with constituents' views on the programs, services, and activities of the Division. Focus on special student related issues as determined by current events and/or by suggestions of committee members in consultation with the Vice President.
Fiscal Appeals Committee
The panel is charged with hearing student fiscal appeals regarding excess credit hours, tuition refunds, residency, and waiver/exemption denials.
Graduate Appeals Panel
The Graduate Appeals Panel (GAP) will hear appeals that involve actions against students stemming from: (a) suspension or blocks for scholastic deficiency (including failure to make sufficient progress in the student's academic program); and (b) appeals of disputes over final course grades or evaluation of performance on examinations required by the department, intercollegiate faculty, or the graduate advisory committee.
Graduate Council
The Graduate and Professional Council shall review all curricular requests pertaining to graduate and professional academic programs, shall be responsible for the quality and development of the graduate instruction and programs, and shall advise the Associate Provost and Dean of the Graduate and Professional School on all graduate and professional program matters.

The Council shall have the authority to create standing and ad hoc committees as necessary to carry out its duties and responsibilities.

The Council shall communicate in writing, through its administrative assistant, its recommendations to the Faculty Senate, by way of the Executive Committee.
Graduate Operations Committee
The Graduate Operations Committee (GOC) serves as an advisory body to the Associate Provost for Graduate Studies and Professional Studies. It focuses primarily on operations and procedures regarding administration of graduate education throughout the University. The GOC works very closely with the Graduate Council to coordinate all curriculum and policy issues. It also works closely with the Academic Operations Committee and the Academic Program Council to consider recommendations concerning operations and procedures. Each academic college is represented on the GOC by the associate dean (or other named individual) responsible for graduate studies in that college.
Head Yell Leader Recommendation Committee
The purpose of this committee is serve as a component of and interview candidates during the Head Yell Leader Selection Process. This committee is chaired by the Yell Leader Advisor, who is responsible for reporting activities to the Director of Student Activities. At the discretion of the chair, the committee may also serve as a general advisory committee on yell leaders and their activities.