The president's cabinet is made up of Texas A&M administrators and faculty who report to the president.
Members of the president's committees may be appointed from the university faculty, staff, or student body. These bodies may serve various roles in advising the president or other administrative bodies on issues and topics that affect the campus community.
The Office of the President works intimately with several partner organizations to elevate the prestige of Texas A&M University throughout the world. These include the Association of Former Students, Texas A&M Foundation, 12th Man Foundation, and the George and Barbara Bush Foundation.
Texas A&M is a university known for its rich traditions and rich history. As the state’s first public institution for higher education, Texas A&M’s past successes, current directions, and future visions are all due to the leadership of its presidents.