AFU supports and encourages any staff member to become engaged in structured approved committees, this practice will advance staff responsibility and lead the AFU community into the world to serve. Staff participation in different university committees will make them more dedicated to improve their intellectual, knowledge, and logical skills. AFU determines the need for its staff to take part in effective and productive structured committees to explore specific topics or issues. It is important to emphasize the positive impact of the staff’s participation in committee work, both to the individual and the University. The University benefits by having a large number of willing and interested staff from which to choose committee participants and from the knowledge they bring to the group process. AFU individual staff participants are able to contribute to the university in a meaningful way, by developing new dimensions of their abilities of making a difference. It is essential that the staff participant communicates with one’s supervisor and assists in determining work schedules and assignments in conjunction with the staff’s work, the work of others, and the effective progress of the unit’s work. This process will promote equitable committee participation among staff members within a unit and consistent work priorities. AFU different committees enable all units’ staff members to be part in one committee at least once since it is formed at the beginning of the academic year. Each committee head communicates the goals and objectives of the committee, the expected commitment, and the schedule of work and meetings, and assigns duties for each staff member and other members.