Texas A&M University-Commerce is the second-largest of the 11 campuses in the A&M system. The public research campus features an agricultural center, which includes artificial wetlands, a native prairie reserve, an equine arena and boarding facility, a livestock center, a rodeo barn, a swine center and a tractor lab. Texas A&M University-Commerce is also home to a planetarium housed in the McFarland Science Building, the three-tier Morris Recreation Center, and a newly expanded Rayburn Student Center. The Honors College provides a tuition-free college experience for 50 qualifying students each year.
This is an affordable university with a great atmosphere. I would suggest Texas A&M-Commerce to anyone looking for an affordable, well-rounded college. The professors and staff are very friendly and love to work with the students.
On a scale from 1 to 10 I give Commerce a 10. Commerce has a very good environment. And I enjoy visiting.