Staff Diversity

Texas A&M University Galveston Campus is committed to establishing a community that embraces and supports individuals of all ages, backgrounds, citizenships, disabilities, education, ethnicities, family statuses, genders, gender identities, geographical locations, languages, military experience, political views, races, religions, sexual orientations, socioeconomic statuses, and work experiences.

In order to be truly representative of the demographics of our state and the nation and to promote diversity of perspective, background, discipline, and heritage in everything that we do, our campus incorporates diversity and inclusiveness as central tenets of our mission. This commitment is driven and focused through the dedication of TAMUG to the six core values of Texas A&M University.  Please refer to http://diversity.tamu.edu/ for more information.

Statement from Jeffrey A. Boyer, SPHR, Executive Director of Human Resources

Jeffrey A. Boyer

Texas A&M University Galveston Campus recognizes that success is driven by people. We understand the value of different perspectives and ideas, and strive for a workforce comprised of individuals with diverse backgrounds, experiences and talents. By welcoming people with the capacity to provide alternative views, we enhance our ability to find solutions to complex problems, manage change, promote creative thought and integrate within a global society. We are committed to an educational and work environment that welcomes, celebrates and recognizes the importance of diversity.

Aggie Allies

Diversity Plan Accountability Report

Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

Employee and Organizational Development (EOD)

Employee Policies and Notices

Employee Resources Page

Faculty/Staff Networks (TAMU)

Office of Diversity (TAMU)

Staff Council

Staff Ombudsperson

Strategic Plan


Train Traq Courses

Online courses available through TrainTraq to all TAMUG employees are:

  • ADA for Supervisors and Faculty (#211125)
  • Effective Hiring Practices (#2111264)
  • Generations at Work (#2111862)
  • Introduction to Diversity and Inclusion (#2111243)