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Sending your child out into the world is both exciting and terrifying. While you may not be coming to college with your son or daughter, you’re invested in their success. No matter the distance between, we encourage you to stay connected to your child’s experiences on campus via our online parent resources. Your family is our family, and we consider ourselves lucky to have you all in our pride.
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May 8, 2020
Dear A&M-Commerce Latinx Family,
I want to take this opportunity to check in and see how you are doing. I know this is an extremely stressful time with the many uncertainties surrounding the COVID-19 pandemic and the pending decision by the U. S. Supreme Court. I want you to know that we are here for you. We are here to provide you with the many services on our campus to aid you during these unprecedented times. In fact, our staff and students have implemented a weekly LatinxLions series and a DACA/Undocumented webpage dedicated to our unique populations.
We would love to hear your feedback on both so that we can continue to lead the effort in providing services. If there is anything we can do to help you, please do not hesitate to reach out.
We are committed to the success and well-being of each member of our Lion family and we appreciate the rich culture and heritage you bring to the university. I encourage you to stay strong and persevere through these challenging times.
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The President’s Perspective Podcast
Join A&M-Commerce president and CEO Dr. Mark Rudin and KETR Host Jerrod Knight in The President’s Perspective, mini-podcast series for the citizens of Northeast Texas. This podcast is produced and published by 88.9 KETR.
Located 66 miles northeast of Dallas, Commerce, TX, has been home to the institution now called Texas A&M University-Commerce since an 1894 fire forced its relocation from Cooper, TX. A&M-Commerce occupies a unique space straddling a line between an urban and rural identity. In this episode of The President’s Perspective, university president and CEO Dr. […]
The first episode in a six-part series, Dr. Mark Rudin discusses the university’s strategic plan. In the fall of 2019, Texas A&M University-Commerce published its 2019-2024 Strategic Plan. At only six pages, this polished, full-color document is notably succinct and deserves to have its finer points explored beyond what appears on the page.
The Texas A&M University-Commerce 2019-2024 Strategic Plan lists, “Create an inclusive community characterized by respect and collaboration,” as a strategic priority and goal. An ongoing civility initiative, headed by counseling Professor Dr. LaVelle Hendricks, seeks to instill and confirm ideas about how university personnel might positively interact with one another and with students, families, and […]
To say that Texas A&M University-Commerce president Mark Rudin carries a flame for institutional research is a bit of an understatement. It’s his passion, and it shows clearly in this conversation with KETR’s Jerrod Knight. This episode of The President’s Perspective is the second in an initial series on the subject of the 2019-2024 Strategic […]
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Parent and Family Association
The Parent and Family Association helps build and sustain community among the parents, families, friends, students, faculty, administrators, staff and alumni of the school. Stay connected with us and learn more about all of our family programs!
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Discover the Lion life. Take a virtual stroll through campus or schedule your in-person visit today!