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.
The staff are very well informed and super nice.
The students are very friendly and will help you with just about anything.
They have one of the best rec centers i have ever seen.
Beth from Bonham, TX
I like the convenience of taking online classes, however I find that the courses that must be taken on campus are inflexible. The professors generally respond quickly and will work with you on problems you have. I do not like all the potential holds and restrictions on getting myself set-up for classes every semester.