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Admissions Requirements

Admissions Tests Required: Required
Completion of College Preparatory Program: Recommended
Recommendations: Recommended
Secondary School GPA: Required
Secondary School Rank: Required
Secondary School Record: Required
TOEFL: Required

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AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: No

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Contact Info

2600 South Neal Commerce, TX 75429-3011
Phone: (888) 868-2682
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Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Emily from Commerce, TX
  • Dec-18-2014 I am a current student here

    Take a campus tour of the school while the campus is open to get the best feel for how you think you would fit in there.

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  • Nicholas from Winnsboro, TX
  • Jun-11-2014 I am a current student here

    Pack light! Don't bring a lot of stuff with you to school, you will never use half of it. As far as tips for Commerce... get a water filter and don't choose more than $100 Flex cash on a meal plan (few people ever use more).

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  • Dreamer94
  • May-31-2014 I am a current student here

    Be sure to do a college visit. I didn't realize Commerce was small, but it's fine with me. Study and do well. Never walk alone at night. Be active and join clubs.

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  • Joseph from Commerce, TX
  • May-06-2014 I am a current student here

    My perspective is that of a mid 30's adult. Come check it out. The college is very affordable and has some very good programs. I hear some of the dorms are a dump, so do your research and take a tour. I would recommend this college for the low cost and personalized attention by professors. The professors and support staff really make themselves available to help students. The rec center is top notch with a large pool, and indoor and out door basket ball courts and an indoor rock wall to climb. Plenty of tutoring for just about all subjects. 60 miles from Dallas. As for the town of Commerce. It sucks. There is nothing to do here. No movies, no mall just a Wal-Mart and a few fast food places. Stay clear of Taco B, its nasty. Not much in the way of employment for students outside of the university. With just a few place that a student could work, and 100's of students applying, the numbers are against you if you will be looking for employment. Best bet is to work for the school.

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  • Anonymous
  • Apr-08-2014 I am a current student here

    1.Adjust to the changes of academic requirements-Many people find college work to be too difficult, however, sometimes this is not really the case. The problem is that during high school and middle school we were taught to learn things in specific ways. In college there's many ways to learn things. Find a style that makes you comfortable and make it your own. 2.Take notes!-this is extremely important! Note taking has always been a huge requirement growing up, and in college note taking is the greatest way to get A's on tests and pass your classes. Also remember to find a style of note taking that makes you comfortable and make it your own! 3.Use the library!-Libraries are so amazing! There's literally almost anything you need to know about anything in there! Need to write a report on the Holy Roman Empire Charlemagne? Go research him at the library! There's so much you can do at these places! You can check out books, periodicals, rent laptops, chargers, cameras, etc. 4.Make friends!-also another important tip! As a sociable person myself, I cannot imagine myself without people around me. And it's 20 times better if it's friends. Though making friends with all kinds of people is great, I recommend making even more friends with people within your major since that tends to lead to study groups and study groups are not always about studying hahaha 5.Please do not cram- especially on your finals. That's a big no-no and a huge stressful situation. Be prepared in all you do and study. Whenever you're debating on sleep or pulling an all nighter, sleep is the best option! Let your mind rest instead of letting it crash and burn during your test the next day!

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