Texas A&M University-Commerce

Commerce, Texas

Team Name: Lions

Address: 2200 Campbell St., Commerce, TX 75428

Web: Tamuc.edu

Phone: 903-886-5000

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Texas A&M University-Commerce

Commerce, Texas

TEXAS A&M UNIVERSITY–Commerce transforms lives through its mission to “Educate. Discover. Achieve.” Located sixty miles east of Dallas, the university is accessible to students from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.

A&M–Commerce, the fourth-largest institution in The Texas A&M University System, offers more than 130 academic degrees in healthcare, education, business, agriculture, engineering, and beyond.

A&M–Commerce at Dallas opened in 2022, joining the university’s other learning sites across the Metroplex and increasing Dallas’s access to quality education from the Texas A&M System. The university will soon house an innovative gamebird research and education facility. Opening in 2025, the Ted and Donna Lyon Center for Gamebird Research will feature a state-of-the-art quail research and production facility.

A&M–Commerce is a national leader in competency-based education, offering flexible online programs designed around the needs of adult learners and working professionals. Established in 1889 as a teachers’ college, A&M–Commerce remains a leading producer of Texas teachers and administrators. The university’s Nursing and Health Sciences Building features an advanced simulation hospital where future healthcare professionals practice life-saving skills in a realistic clinical setting.

A&M–Commerce is also one of the nation’s only agriculture colleges where students experiment with sustainable growing methods to produce wheat, cotton, and corn crops on a 1,300-acre farm. 

Students enjoy an action-packed campus experience with a thriving Greek community featuring twenty Greek chapters, over one hundred student organizations, and more than two thousand on-campus student residents. A&M–Commerce also features fourteen Division I athletics programs. 

By The Numbers


Acceptance Rate 93.22%
Median composite SAT score 1050
Median ACT score N/A
Undergraduate Enrollment 10,966
Students on Financial Aid 64%


In-State Tuition $335 per hour
Out-of-State Tuition $335 per hour
Room and Board $5,001-7000


African American Students 20.14%
Asian American Students 1.66%
Hispanic Students 22.19%
International Students 5.93%
Male/Female Ratio 37/63

Campus Life

Greek System Yes
Freshman Living on Campus
Freshmen Who Return 60%
Student/Teacher Ratio 17:1
Full-Time Faculty 367


Graduation in Four Years 27%
Graduation Overall 43%
Alumni Who Give $ to School N/A

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