Topic Responsible Group Description
Accreditation Office of the Provost Every ten years, Texas A&M University seeks reaffirmation of accreditation by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC).
Athletic Compliance Division of Athletics The goal of the Athletics Compliance Office is to: educate recruits, student-athletes, coaches, staff, fans, former students and others who work closely with Texas A&M Athletics about NCAA, conference, and University rules that impact Aggie Athletics; monitor all aspects of the University's athletics programs to ensure compliance as well as identify and report to the NCAA all instances in which compliance has not been achieved, and affirm that appropriate corrective actions are taken; and encourage everyone to ask before they act when in doubt as to the compliance of past or proposed actions.
Campus Crime Report University Risk and Compliance The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act or Clery Act requires all colleges and universities that participate in federal financial aid programs to report information about crimes statistics on and near their campus by October 1 of each year.
Conflict of Interest Research Administration Texas A&M University has the responsibility to identify and manage and reduce or eliminate conflicts of interest that may arise due to financial or other personal interests of the investigator.
Conflict of Interest Ethics & Compliance The Board of Regents of the Texas A&M University System has promulgated ethical principles and standards to ensure that board members and all persons employed by the system, regardless of rank or position, are held to the highest ethical standards.
Contracts Contract Administration   Written contracts should be executed whenever Texas A&M University enters into a binding agreement with another party that involves any stated or implied consideration.  Contract Administration has responsibility for the review and approval of contracts prior to a contract being signed by the appropriate University officer with delegated authority to do so. 
Disability Services Disability Services Disability Services offers accommodations coordination, evaluation referral, disability-related information, adaptive technology services, sign language interpreting and transcription services for academically related purposes. Although Disability Services does not offer disability evaluation and/or testing, tutoring, personal expenses, attendants or scholarships, Disability Services will provide resources and referral information.
Diving Safety Texas A&M University at Galveston Dive Program The TAMUG Dive Program supports many undersea programs involved in Scientific Research, Academic Training, Dive Safety, Equipment Operations, and Sport Diving that the ocean-focused TAMUG campus has to offer. In addition, the The TAMUG Dive Program  supports scientific diving operations conducted by faculty on the Texas A&M University College Station campus.
Environmental Health and Safety Environmental Health and Safety The EHS team of safety, health, and environmental professionals is focused on helping Texas A&M University to fulfill its mission of “providing the highest quality undergraduate and graduate programs” and “developing new understandings through research and creativity.”
Export Controls Division of Research Texas A&M has a commitment to comply with all applicable export controls, as established by federal regulations, in its policy on export controls. Exports are both the shipment of materials to another country and/or the disclosure of controlled information to foreign persons and entities (deemed exports) located in the United States.
Facilities Coordination Facilities Coordination Texas A&M University's Office of Facilities Coordination (FCOR) provides and analyzes facilities and land use information to support the decision and planning processes of Texas A&M University and its many constituencies, which includes the TAMU System components headquartered at the College Station Campus and located state wide.
FERPA Notice to Faculty & Staff Office of the Registrar Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974
FERPA Notice to Students Office of the Registrar Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974
FERPA tips for Parents Office of the Registrar Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974
Fleet Services Transportation Services Transportation Services standard operating procedures and the appropriate Rules and Regulations. The use of TAMU vehicles is to be confined strictly to activities that support teaching, research and service missions of the University.
Historically Underutilized Businesses HUB Program The HUB Program at Texas A&M University is committed to promoting the inclusion of HUB vendors in university procurements while advocating the importance of supplier diversity.
Human Resources Office of Human Resources  Human Resources provides the resources, programs, and expertise that foster employee and organizational success.
Human Subjects in Research Division of Research Texas A&M complies with regulations of the Department of Health and Human Services for the protection of human subjects involved in research. All individuals engaged in human subjects research that is sponsored by Texas A&M; conducted by or under the direction of any faculty, staff, student, or agent of Texas A&M in connection with his or her institutional responsibilities; conducted by or under the direction of any employee or agent of Texas A&M; using any property or facility of Texas A&M; or involved in the use of Texas A&M’s non-public information to identify or contact human research participants or prospective participants, must submit an application to the Institutional Review Board(IRB) prior to commencement of any research activities.
Immigration International Student Services The Texas A&M University student population comprises a diverse group of students that includes more than 4,700 international students from nearly 130 nations. International Student Services (ISS) administers a wide variety of services to the international community of Texas A&M.
Information Security Controls Catalog Information Technology The Information Security Controls Catalog establishes the minimum standards and controls for University information systems in accordance with the state's Information Security Standards for Institutions of Higher Education found in Title 1, Chapter 202, Texas Administrative Code (TAC 202).
IT Policy & Compliance Information Technology IT Policy & Compliance provides tools and services for risk management related to encryption, Social Security Number Exception Requests, Audiovisual Surveillance Technology, Payment Card Industry Compliance, and Project Management office.
Open Records Open Records Office The Texas A&M University Office of Open Records is dedicated to the principles of open government and strives to ensure compliance as set forth by the Texas Public Information Act.
Parking for Customers with Disabilities Transportation Services Transportation Services is committed to providing programs and services that ensure compliance with the nondiscrimination requirements contained in section 35.107 of the Department of Justice regulations. Information concerning the provisions contained and the rights provided within the Americans with Disabilities Act are available below. Transportation Services is committed to providing programs and services that do not discriminate on the basis of disability.
Payment Card Industry Compliance Information Technology The protocols and standards that govern electronic payments at Texas A&M University.
Procurement Services Procurement Services Procurement Services is an administrative unit of Texas A&M University's Division of Finance and Administration. As a professional organization, we are an active member of the National Association of Educational Procurement (NAEP) and we subscribe to the NAEP Code of Ethics.
Property Management Financial Management Operations The Property Management unit of Financial Management Operations is responsible for the overall accounting management of capital and controlled assets for TAMU and TAMUG. Any changes made to assets are submitted to the TAMU Property Management Department and those would be reflected in the Fixed Asset Module (FFX) of FAMIS. The job of Property Management is to insure that correct procedures are followed, assist TAMU and TAMUG Departments in managing and accounting for their inventory by tracking assets from acquisition to deletion, and accurately reporting to the State of Texas Comptroller the required asset data.
Research Administration Division of Research The Division of Research, through its Office of Research Administration, strives to provide the highest quality financial and administrative compliance services to Texas A&M University faculty, staff, and students by assisting in the acquisition and administration of externally funded projects
Research Compliance & Biosafety Division of Research Texas A&M University's Division of Research, through the Office of Research Compliance and the Office of Biosafety, is responsible for providing training and support to faculty, students, and staff in regulatory requirements for research. The offices seek to promote and ensure the highest standards for research compliance throughout Texas A&M.
Safety and Security Office of Safety and Security Campus Safety & Emergency Procedures
Scholarships & Financial Aid Office of Scholarships & Financial Aid The Office of Scholarships and Financial Aid provides students with information and financial resources to attend Texas A&M University.
Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station The Texas A&M Engineering Experiment Station (TEES) Research Compliance Program is committed to the highest standards and quality. All research activities at TEES are governed by a number of regulatory and compliance committees mandated by federal and state laws. Non-compliance can not only result in harsh penalties to TEES, but also to the individual researcher.
Texas A&M University Health Science Center Texas A&M University Health Science Center The Texas A&M Health Science Center Institutional Compliance Program provides infrastructure and resources to help our campuses meet the highest possible standards where laws, guidelines and procedures are concerned. This program enables the most accurate information and advice to ensure awareness of responsibilities with respect to the laws and guidelines within our academic, clinical and research environment. We continually assess the program's quality and effectiveness to ensure that business is conducted with integrity and in compliance with the law.
Timely Warnings Office of Safety and Security Timely warnings of emergency conditions are essential to preserve the safety and security of the University community and critical to an effective response and recovery. In the event a crisis occurs on University property, the Code Maroon emergency notification system will notify students, faculty, and staff of emergency information via text message, TAMU email, KAMU-FM radio, campus cable television, Emergency Alert System (EAS) radios, computer alerts (pop ups), classroom alerts, Twitter and RSS.
University Police Department University Police Department UPD has 139 authorized positions including 70 state certified Police Officers, 46 Security Officers, Communications Officers, 7 administrative support personnel, and 4 Records Technicians. The department maintains a fully staffed investigations division, a crime prevention unit, a recruiting unit, a training division, a victim advocate, and an Emergency Communications Center.
University Records Management University Libraries We will seek to manage and deliver records throughout their life cycle.  Contact: 979-458-1470 or email:
Utilities and Energy Services Utilities and Energy Services The Utilities & Energy Services (UES) Department at Texas A&M University provides comprehensive utilities and energy management services for the entire University, serving over 750 buildings, over 23 million gross square feet of facilities, and over 60,000 faculty, staff, and students engaged in research and teaching activities.