As we continuously measure our success and evaluate our opportunities for improvement, we are moving forward to become the university of choice for everyone who is seeking a higher education in the East Texas region and beyond. Explore our university’s facts and stats to find out who we are and how we are doing!
Percentage of students awarded a degree in a given year who are employed in the fourth quarter of the calendar year in which the program (fiscal year) ends or enrolled in a Texas public or private institution in the fall semester after receiving the award.
The Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board’s (THECB) 60x30TX strategic plan includes a goal that by 2030, 60% of Texans aged 25 to 34 will have either a certificate or degree (credential). Those credentials would impart “identifiable marketable skills” to graduates. The THECB tracks post-graduation outcomes within one year of the award of a credential. Institutions track students and report the percentage of those working, enrolled, or working and enrolled within a year of completion.
In 2017, 80.8% of A&M-Commerce graduates were working within the state of Texas and/or enrolled in a Texas public or private college.
Average cost of mandatory tuition and fees charged a student taking 30 semester credit hours.
A&M-Commerce is committed to remaining affordable and seeks to rein in student costs but also attend to the relative value of a student’s degree versus those costs. A&M-Commerce’s tuition and fees are significantly below the median tuition and fees for the university’s state public peer institutions, as defined by the THECB.
A&M-Commerce’s tuition and fees are 4.9% less
than the median tuition and fees at Texas public peer institutions.