Chancellor’s Student Advisory Council (CSAC)
The Texas A&M University System Chancellor’s Student Advisory Council (CSAC) was created in 1982 to provide an avenue for all student leaders to address student issues common to all campuses within the A&M System. This website includes a chronology of the CSAC, along with the mission, goals, governance, membership, events and other bits of information.
The CSAC consists of two student representatives from each institution and formally meets twice a year, once during the A&M System’s September Board of Regents meeting and again at the end of the spring semester at the annual System Student Affairs Symposium.
Administrative support and assistance are provided by the Office of the Chancellor and facilitated by the Office of Academic Affairs. The Chancellor’s Century Council provides the budgetary support for special events each year.
The mission of the Chancellor’s Student Advisory Council is to:
- Provide representation for the students of The Texas A&M University System leadership and the students
- Educate and stimulate student involvement in student affairs
- Promote communication and student involvement in all areas of university life within The Texas A&M University System
- Act as liaisons to the Chancellor and to the Board of Regents on system-wide student affairs
A&M System Liaison:
Mr. James Searles
Program Director for Academic Affairs Initiatives