Networking & Organizations

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There are many opportunities for employees at A&M to network and connect with each other as well as the broader community. There are professional organizations, social clubs, and religious organizations that welcome your participation.

Staff Council & Faculty Senate

The University Staff Council (USC) stated mission is to represent the interests of and the issues impacting both classified and non-classified staff employees at Texas A&M - College Station.

The Faculty Senate reviews all policies dealing with curricula and instruction; academic standards including admissions, graduation and retention, scholarships, honors and other forms of student distinction; and hiring, retention, tenure, promotion and evaluation of academic personnel.

Texas A&M Networks

There are a number of staff and faculty networks at Texas A&M that are focused on supporting professional development and/or raising awareness of various social issues. The most comprehensive list of faculty and staff networks can be found on the Faculty and Staff Organizations and Resources page.

Bryan/College Station Organizations

There are also many organizations that offer membership to the broader community of Bryan/College Station:

The Chamber of Commerce lists only professional organizations, while the Convention and Visitors Bureau offers a much broader list. On their page you can find professional, social, political, and service organizations, among others.

Advising a Student Organization

As a full time employee of Texas A&M University, you are now eligible to be an advisor for a student organization. If you have a hobby, special interest, or talent, there is a student organization looking for YOU! Training is free for this unique professional development opportunity. If you are interested, visit studentactivities.tamu.edu/app/advisors.