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Student Advisory Council FAQ


A council of representatives from across Texas A&M Health designed to share ideas, opportunities and challenges from across the entire institution and develop proactive solutions, measures, and implementation tactics that can be supported by the Chief Operating Officer and Senior Vice President.

  • A student group to help the students dissipate, share and circulate the information of different college activities.
  • A bridge that covers the communication gap between the students and the educators and management of each school.
  • A voice for issues concerning the campuses, students, operations, culture, climate and accountability through collaborative ideas designed.

The Student Advisory Council is a platform designed to holistically help our student body voice ideas, opportunities and challenges and to improve the operations, culture and climate of the Health Science Center for all students. The Student Advisory Council serves as a conduit for elevating those ideas with senior leadership and cross-college integration.

  • Interprofessional collaboration ideas
  • Opportunities for improvement
  • Challenges faced within Texas A&M Health
  • Ways to get involved

Contact us via email, submit feedback via the contact form or contact a representative from your college directly.

The council meets monthly to discuss topics brought to our attention by our peers from across the institution.

We encourage you to reach out to us via the contact form, follow us on Facebook, connect with each of us directly, and seek to become a leader of your school represented on the SBG to help make a difference across our institution.

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