As an extension of the Executive Branch, there are 14 committees within Student Government who act to enhance the student body in the areas of leadership, service, quality of student life, and traditions. The collective misssion of these organizations as cited in the Executive Council By-laws is to "perform services that are of direct immediate benefit to the student body and to the community of Texas A&M University."
Aggie Muster Committee organizes the most sacred and time-honored traditions at Texas A&M. Over time, the tradition has changed, but its very essence has remained. "If there is an A&M man in one-hundred miles of you, you are expected to get together, eat a little, and live over the days you spent at the A&M College of Texas." Muster is celebrated in more than four hundred places worldwide, with the largest ceremony on the Texas A&M campus in College Station. The Muster Committee is responsible for organizing and planning every aspect of the tradition, including the speaker, roll call and barbeque.
Chair: Marikit Tomlinson (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Aggie Recruitment Committee (ARC) facilitates and coordinates recruitment efforts by Texas A&M students. Proud of the past, but committed to the future, ARC members host SEAL and Whoopin’ Weekend to introduce high school students to college life at A&M. During winter break, committee members visit high schools in their hometown areas to speak on behalf of A&M.
Chair: Crystal Bradley (email@example.com)
Alternative Spring Break (ASB) transforms enthusiastic, giving students from heartfelt volunteers into active, lifelong agents for social change, committed to social justice. Through weeklong service trips during winter and spring breaks, students are able to contribute to the betterment of local, national, and international communities.
Chair: Blake Sokora (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Career Closet enhances the professionalism of Texas A&M University students while alleviating the financial burden that is inherently associated with launching a career. Students are able to set an appointment to pick their business attire and rent items for up to 5 days for business related interviews, networking events, and other occassions where you want to make a strong first impression.
Chairs: Alex Goodman (email@example.com)
CARPOOL (Caring Aggies R Protecting Over Our Lives) facilitates a safe and reliable commuting environment in the BCS area by providing a free non-judgmental ride home to intoxicated students and students rendered incapable of transportation due to other circumstances.
Chair: Joshua Namee (firstname.lastname@example.org)
COSGA coordinates and hosts the annual Conference on Student Government Associations. This conference unites hundreds of student leaders from across the nation and around the world to learn and exchange ideas related to student government and leadership.
Director: Krystal Moczygemba (email@example.com)
Environmental Issues Committee provides and supports programs which enhance environmental education and awareness. The committee also promotes environmental legislation on and off campus that aims to improve the quality of life for the Texas A&M community.
Chair: Hailey Mueller Lavigne (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Fish Aides is a Freshman Leadership Organization that provides first year students with unique opportunities that promote leadership education and experiences within Student Government. Students take part in service projects, workshops, and retreats while building a close network of friends.
Director: Daniel Hulse (email@example.com)
The Gilbert Leadership Conference is another leadership development opportunity for first year students. The conference focuses on character, service, and involvement, and equips students with the tools that contribute to the betterment of Texas A&M’s student body.
Chair: Katherine Mavergeorge (firstname.lastname@example.org)
GUIDE is a freshman mentoring organization that serves to create meaningful mentoring relationships between upperclassmen and freshmen to help promote the Aggie Spirit, ease the transition from high school to college, and establish valuable skills for college success. The committee membership is split between freshmen and upperclassmen to allow for one-on-one, small group, and large group interaction.
Chair: Gloria Kim (email@example.com)
Replant is a student-run, environmental service organization that unites Texas A&M students and the BCS community through education and our annual Replant Day in Fall semester.
Director: Brandon Pender (firstname.lastname@example.org)
12th Can The 12th Can is a fully functional on-campus food pantry run by students. Our goal is to eliminate food insecurity for students, faculty, and staff at Texas A&M University.
Chairs: Olivia Brown (email@example.com)
The Big Event provides Texas A&M students with the opportunity to thank the BCS community for its continued support throughout the years. This past year, over 13,000 students volunteered to complete almost 1,500 acts of service. As the largest one-day, student-run service project in the nation, The Big Event has expanded to schools across the nation. The committee works throughout the year to solicit, plan, and organize the service projects.
Director: Dalton Harris(firstname.lastname@example.org)
Traditions Council is responsible for the preservation and promotion of various traditions at Texas A&M. The committee is active in educating new students, staff, faculty, and the community on Aggie Traditions.
Chair: Julia Graham (tradcouncilDBL@gmail.com)