Since 1889, A&M-Commerce has provided an environment tailored for student success. Class sizes are small and faculty experts are easily accessible and support student learning.
Texas A&M University-Commerce is a public university which serves nearly 12,000 students and is the second-largest member of The Texas A&M University System. A&M-Commerce is comprised of four academic colleges including Business; Science, Engineering & Agriculture; Education & Human Services; and Humanities, Social Sciences & Arts. Collectively, the colleges offer degrees in over 100 majors and areas of study at undergraduate and graduate levels. Helping international students
The International Student Services Office (ISSO) serves international students, scholars and their family members in their transition to the United States and the institution. The ISSO provides services necessary to meet the special needs of international students and scholars, and to provide programs that will promote cultural exchange with our international population, the university, and the surrounding community. Admissions assistance
The Student Access and Success Center is a supportive environment for students that removes barriers to admissions, financial aid and advising information. All of these functions are located in one building for easy access. Life outside the classroom
A&M-Commerce believes in supporting students’ lives outside the classroom with activities and opportunities for social and cultural growth. The university has 14 NCAA Division II athletic teams, a thriving Greek system, and over 120 student organizations. Facilities for students
A variety of unique facilities are available for student use including the Twin Oaks Blueberry Farm and Farmer’s Market which hosts blueberry picking in-season, and sells locally-raised products, plants and homemade items like jellies, jams, pecans and gift baskets. The university’s Equine Pavilion offers a riding arena, stalls for horse boarding, tack rooms, and opportunities to learn more about horse handling and care. The nationally-accredited Children’s Learning Center provides educational childcare for students, faculty, staff and community at a competitive price. The Morris Recreation Center, Cain Sports Complex and The Outdoor Adventure offer spaces and opportunities for physical activity. Rent camping equipment, take a turn on the high ropes course, take a ride on the biking trail or join a class for teambuilding exercises. Finally, the University Planetarium housed in the Keith D. McFarland Science Building is a great place for all to enjoy educational, seasonal programming. Widen your horizons
A&M-Commerce has made it a priority to “prepare students for an interconnected world” through the university’s Quality Enhancement Plan. We hope you’ll join us, share your knowledge and culture and ultimately widen horizons at A&M-Commerce. Find out more
To learn more about undergraduate and graduate admissions for international students, please complete the form and we will contact you.