The first goal of Texas A&M University's 2010 Diversity Plan is accountability. Accountability established the expectation that the campus community would engage in ongoing assessment of the progress and challenges of advancing diversity and inclusion.
Instructions for the 2020-2021 Diversity Plan Accountability Reports
The 2020 Diversity Plan Accountability reports are due to the Office for Diversity on by 12:00 pm on November 5, 2020. For the 2020-2021 Diversity Plan Accountability Report, the Office for Diversity is balancing the need to track and collect longitudinal data and narratives with the need to understand current, and sometimes unique, challenges and strategies presented by physical distancing and the pandemic. Please use the 2020-2021 Diversity Plan Accountability Report as a tool to document and share your unit’s strategies, plans, challenges, and successes advancing diversity, inclusion, and accessibility in 2020.
2020-2021 Diversity Plan Accountability Report Instructions (pdf)
2020-2021 Diversity Plan Accountability Report Instructions (docx)
Summary of 2019 PCCD Diversity Plan Accountability Reports
The summary reports for the 2019 Diversity Plan Accountability reports were shared with the campus community at the 2020 Diversity Gallery. Working for a better campus climate and against racism is a total-university responsibility. The annual Diversity Plan Accountability Reports help us assess progress and challenges as we work together to advance accountability, campus climate, and equity across the institution.
Diversity Operations Committee (DOC)
President's Council on Climate and Diversity (PCCD)
Assessment & Evaluation
The Office for Diversity's 2017 Assessment of the 2010 University Diversity Plan explored the impact of Texas A&M's Diversity Plan by comparing characteristics of the institution from 2010 to 2016; reviewing institutional and unit-level efforts to impact recruiting, retention, campus climate, and equity; and identifying areas where there is a need for more accountability.
Additionally, the Office for Diversity is responsible for the implementation and coordination of this University Diversity Plan. Every three-four years the Office reviews indicators of institutional change and shares the results broadly in a State of Diversity report.
State of Diversity Report 2020
State of Diversity Report 2016
State of Diversity Report 2013
State of Diversity Report 2010
Texas A&M University's 2025 Strategic Plan
Texas A&M University stands proudly on the brink of our 150th anniversary. But we’re not known for standing still. Since opening our doors to Texans in 1876, Texas A&M has extended the reach of education, discovery, and impact across the country and around the globe. We still hold fast to discovering, developing, communicating, and applying knowledge, but how we accomplish those missions continues to advance.