A selection committee considers each year’s nominees for induction into the Hall of Fame. The 2013-2014 committee members are:
- John Allison
- Lew Brazelton
- John S. Butler
- Tom Gilligan - Ex-officio
- Linda Golden
- Red McCombs - Ex-officio
- Jeff Melton - Ex-officio
- Lillian Mills
- Ramesh Rao - Chair
- Tom Sager
To be eligible for the 2013-14 award, nominations must be received by February 14, 2014. Nominations received after this date will be considered for the 2014-15 selection. All nominations will remain active for a period of three years. This honor is extended annually to individuals who display exceptional service to education and human betterment and for distinguished contributions to the university and the business community.
- Demonstrated outstanding contributions to human betterment and to society in general by their exemplary human, civic, educational and philanthropic activities.
- Demonstrated outstanding professional contributions to the business community.
- Be an alumnus/alumna, ex-student, former McCombs School faculty and/or a truly outstanding and long-term supporter of the McCombs School or The University of Texas at Austin.
- Demonstrated high personal traits of morality, integrity and citizenship.
- Demonstrated effective and long-time leadership role.
- Possess a high level of competence, accomplishment and expertise in at least one area.
- Demonstrated originality and creativity over a reasonable period of time.
- Demonstrated concern and contribution to broadly based social causes with a strong people orientation.
- Established a positive overall citizenship role over an extended period of time.