The Texas A&M University-Commerce Foundation Board was founded in 1970 to support the university, its faculty, staff, and former students. The foundation was formed to seek and obtain gifts for the institution to receive, hold, and administer property of any type given to the university, as well as make expenditures to or for the benefit of the institution.
The Texas A&M University-Commerce Foundation, Inc., is a Texas corporation established under Section 501(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code for educational or charitable purposes. Gifts given to the Foundation are managed in cooperation with the Texas A&M University System to achieve a stable return on investment.
Board of Directors
The Texas A&M University-Commerce Foundation is governed by an active Board of Directors who meet each semester to review the direction and performance of the foundation and its investments. All Directors give of their time, financial and other personal resources to ensure that the university supports its students in a way that exceeds their highest expectations.
The Texas A&M University-Commerce Foundation has implemented the following policies in accordance with best practices, and these policies may be reviewed on request.
- Foundation Governance Policies
- Conflict of Interest Policy
- Investment Policy
- Record Retention & Document Destruction Policy
- Whistleblower Policy
- Red Flag Policy–Identity Theft Prevention
For more information on the Texas A&M University-Commerce Foundation and its best practices, contact Brenda Morris at 903-468-3020.