The Recreational Sports Committee is comprised of 15 members of the university community. This Presidential standing committee includes six members of the general faculty, three members of the university staff, two from the Faculty Council, and four students. The committee's responsibilities include the following: advising on matters of policy for the conduct of divisional programs; hearing appeals of decision of the Intramural Sports Council and the University of Texas Sport Club Council; and, promulgating regulations delegating the categories of persons entitled to participate in the non-student program.
The Facility Operations Council, comprised of students nominated from the Facility Operations student staff, serves in an advisory capacity. The purpose of the council is to discuss and develop methods to enhance customer satisfaction, to make recommendations relative to staff development and training, and to positively impact the working environment for Facility Operations student staff. Each fall, student employees in the various Facility Operations' areas nominate and vote for the one or two students who will represent their respective area on the council.
The Intramural Council, comprised of nine UT students, serves in an advisory capacity for the Intramural Sports program. The council assists in the resolution of intramural participant protests and appeals, and also serves as a resource to the Intramural Program regarding new activities.
The Sport Club Council, comprised of nine UT students, serves in an advisory capacity to assist the Sports Club staff in administering the program. The councils three major responsibilities include: making recommendations on student organizations that have completed the application process for membership to the University of Texas Sport Club Association (UTSCA); serving as an appeal board and ruling on club appeals regarding decisions made by the Sport Club staff; and, reviewing annual budget requests from each club and making initial recommendations regarding budget allocations.