Welcome to the Division of Student Affairs Committee directory. As a division, we support a number of committees that focus on important aspects of our collective work. We greatly value the collaboration and innovation that emanates from these committees. We actively invest resources to support the important work that these committees do to keep Texas A&M University’s Division of Student Affairs at the forefront of the field which translates into high quality experiences, programming, and services for our students. Please click on a committee below to learn more about its focus, work, and available resources. If you have any questions about the DSA committee structure or processes, please contact Dr. Justin Jeffery at email@example.com.
The Assessment Committee serves as a liaison between the Division of Student Affairs (DSA) departments and Student Affairs Planning, Assessment & Research. The Assessment Committee offers opportunities to share ideas and best practices related to assessment activities as well as sharing assessment results. The committee supports and promotes quality assessment efforts to improve programs, services, efficiencies, and effectiveness.
The DSA Awards Committee coordinates the selection process for various Division awards including the Randy Matson Association of Former Students' Awards, the John J. Koldus Award and the DSA Awards of Distinction. Committee members plan and implement the Annual DSA Awards Presentation Program.
The Diversity Committee is charged with promoting and enhancing the Division of Student Affairs' commitment to diversity, inclusion, equity and access (DEIA) and the Texas A&M Diversity Plan. The committee reviews relevant data to inform department and Division-level diversity policies, practices, and processes, as well as identifies and shares Division best practices.
The Texas A&M Leadership Educators Network is open to faculty, administrators, and professional staff dedicated to the promotion of leadership development, education, and training of students at Texas A&M University.
The Risk Management Coordination Committee is made up of representatives from across the Division of Student Affairs. The purpose of the committee is to provide the Division with the tools to identify, assess, and mitigate risk.
The Committee on Student Learning in the Co-Curricular (CSL) promotes the understanding, implementation, assessment, and improvement of transformative learning experiences to prepare students to become integrative and lifelong learners.
The Staff Development Team works to enhance the competencies of professionals in the Division of Student Affairs by facilitating purposeful, innovative, and engaging activities that educate, train and develop.
The Staff Wellbeing and Appreciation Committee (SWAC) promotes the recognition of DSA staff and creates a culture of wellbeing by encouraging staff to live a healthier lifestyle and supporting a healthy workplace.