Tag: Texas A&M at Commerce

Graduation is just a small step for Greenville students as they prepare for life's challenges.  Image courtesy of Greenville ISD.

Texas A&M Commerce Partners with Greenville ISD

The path from Greenville High School to Texas A&M University-Commerce will soon become a much easier one to navigate thanks to “First Choice,” a new partnership initiative designed to turn more Greenville Lions into A&M-Commerce Lions. The launch of this new partnership will be celebrated at a signing ceremony at […]

Dr, Jones was instrumental in supporting the Cotton Belt Railroad Family that had a Commerce, Texas presence. Photo courtesy of Jason Lee Davis.

Dr. Dan Jones

Texas A&M University-Commerce President Dr. Dan Jones died this morning, according to a release from the university. He was 63. The cause of death has not been released. Jones is survived by his wife, Jalinna, and his children, Aislinn and Allyson. The university closed at noon today in honor of Jones. […]

Kaylin Taylor's visit to Qatar included a tour to a man-made island in the harbor. Photo courtesy of TAMUC and KSST Radio.

Taylor Visits Qatar

The National Council on U.S.-Arab Relations recently selected Texas A&M University-Commerce  political science and Honors College student Kaylin Taylor as one of ten students from across the U.S. to receive the Qatar Exchange Fellowship. The fellowship allowed Taylor to travel to Qatar with the other fellowship recipients and five faculty […]

The Edge of Darkness will be presented on February 5th. Photo courtesy of A&M Commerce.

10th Anniversary Milestone at the Planetarium

The Texas A&M-Commerce Planetarium is pleased to announce its 10th Anniversary Celebration premiering its newest show, The Edge of Darkness.  The show begins February 5, 2016 at six p.m. Presentations are free and will be shown at 6, 6:45 and 8 p.m.  Drawings for door prizes will be held at […]

The field house on the TAMUC campus celebrates 65-years.  Photo courtesy of TAMCU archives.

The Field House Celebrates 65-Years of Athletic History

The TAMUC Field House is a 5,000 seat multi-purpose arena situated on the Commerce campus.  It is home to Lions Basketball and the Lady Lions Volleyball.  It has been used for commencement exercises in years past.  It was renovated in 1969, 1991 and 2009. TAMUC University President James Gee first […]