Susan "Sue" Owen '94 October 26, 2021 11:03 AM updated: October 26, 2021 12:53 PM
Texas A&M University is seeking feedback on a 132-page consultants’ report it released Oct. 25 that contains a review and recommendations on major functional areas at Texas A&M.
Recommendations highlighted in The Eagle’s news story include “reorganizing the university’s Office of the Provost and Student Affairs and combining the College of Liberal Arts, College of Science and College of Geosciences into a new College of Arts & Sciences.” Read more here.
A&M president Dr. M. Katherine Banks emailed former students the same day inviting them to review the report in the next two weeks and use the website form to provide feedback; here are links:
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Banks wrote, "I want to underscore the importance of sharing your feedback"; her message also said that she is seeking input from the entire university community and plans to announce in December “which recommendations will be accepted, rejected, modified or require further study.”