The Council membership is over 135 strong and focuses on supporting undergraduate students in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Texas A&M University through enhancing educational programs, cooperation, and understanding between the University and the agricultural community.
Members are involved in recruiting students, raising scholarship funds, and serving as agribusiness advisers to the Dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Council members are also active in program requests of the various components of Texas A&M AgriLife.
Strategic Plan of the COADC
Strategic plan committees allow members to assist the College in areas of their own interest.
- Goal 1: Major Projects
- Goal 2: Member Recruitment
- Goal 3: Marketing and Communications
- Goal 4: Relationships between COADC, the University and the TAMU System
- Goal 5: Federal and State Relations
- Goal6: Student Services & Recruitment
Current COADC Members
The Council is organized info five geographical regions – Southeast Texas, Northeast Texas, Central Texas, South Texas/Valley, and Panhandle/South Plains. Regions meet on a “as needed” basis.