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 easily accessible to students from the Dallas-Fort Worth Metroplex.

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

The university features several convenient learning sites across the Metroplex and numerous online programs. A&M–Commerce at Dallas opened on North Central Expressway in 2022. The state-of-the-art site offers transformative programs that prepare students for in-demand careers in DFW and beyond.

Established in 1889 as a teachers’ college, A&M–Commerce remains a state leader in teacher education. Notably, 240 fully certified educators graduated during the 2021–2022 academic year, with 91 percent of graduates passing the initial statewide teacher certification examination.

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. 

Known for its friendly campus atmosphere, A&M–Commerce promotes inclusivity and strives to help everyone feel at home. Students enjoy an action-packed campus experience with a thriving Greek community, 115 student clubs and organizations, and a powerhouse athletics program. A&M–Commerce recently moved up to NCAA Division I as a new member of the Southland Conference. 

By The Numbers

Admissions

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

Fees

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

Demographics

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

Other

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

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