Chancellor’s Student Advisory Council (CSAC)

The 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 Texas A&M University System.  Membership consists of two student representatives from each institution.

CSAC formally meets three times a year: once at the end of the spring semester at the annual A&M System Student Affairs Symposium, then in the fall during one of the A&M System’s Board of Regents meeting, and again in the spring semester.  Spring meetings that occur in years when the Texas Legislature is in session will take place in Austin and include opportunities to meet with state leaders and policymakers.

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 budgetary support for special events each year.

Our Mission

The mission of the Chancellor’s Student Advisory Council is to:

  1. Provide representation for the students of The Texas A&M University System leadership and the students
  2. Educate and stimulate student involvement in student affairs
  3. Promote communication and student involvement in all areas of university life within The Texas A&M University System
  4. Act as liaisons to the Chancellor and the Board of Regents on system-wide student affairs
Our Constitution
Our 2020-2021 Membership

 

SYSTEM MEMBER CSAC REPRESENTATIVE(S) SPONSOR(S)
Texas A&M University

Eric Mendoza – Student Body President

Zach McCue – Speaker of Student Senate

Amy Loyd
Texas A&M University at Galveston

Kallus Cameron – Student Body President

West Myles – Student Body Vice President

Todd Sutherland

Taylor Kemp

Texas A&M University Health Science Center

Brooke Spann – Student Governing Board President

Whitney Wakefield – Student Governing Board Vice President

Emily Wilson
Prairie View A&M University

Alanna Gaskin – Student Body President

Gregory Bowens – Student Body Executive Vice President

Shanté Moore
Texas A&M University – Commerce

Leslie Jaeger – Student Body President

Jaelyn Cooper – Student Body Vice President

Judy Sackfield

Jeremy Sippel

Tarleton State University

Emily Love – Student Body Vice President

Ally Johnson – Student Body Vice President of External Affairs

Kelli Styron

Darrell Brown

West Texas A&M University

Seth Rodriguez – Student Body President

Kylie Scott – Student Body Vice President

Mike Knox

Mary Hiner

Texas A&M University – Kingsville

Allie Morales – Student Body President

Alyssa Gurerra – Student Senator

Kirsten Compary
Texas A&M University – Corpus Christi

Laraib Fatima – Student Body President

Ryutaro Young – Student Senator

Don Albrecht
Texas A&M International University

Mariana Rodriguez – Student Body President

Alan Gonzalez – Student Representative

Gina Gonzalez
Texas A&M University – Texarkana

Phillip Barnes – Student Body President

Brent Baldwin – Student Body Vice President

Carl Greig

Lou Ann Cole

Texas A&M University – Central Texas

Davyona Phillips – Student Body President

Kre’Shon Williams – Student Senator

Brandon Griggs
Texas A&M University – San Antonio

Allyssa Atkinson – Student Body President

Jennifer Valdez – Student Representative

Mari Fuentes-Martin

Hoyt Garner

The Texas A&M University System
Cahlen Cheatham – Student Regent (Tarleton State University)

Jackie Bell

Gwen Kirby

Last Updated: July 2020

 

Contact Us
For more information about CSAC, please contact James Searles, Program Director for Academic Affairs Initiatives at (979) 458-6051 or by email at jsearles@tamus.edu.