Student Computer Lab
The student lab is located in MPLX 127, and is provided to assist students with research and course work. We have 24 computers equipped with software such as Microsoft Office, SPSS, Audacity, Mathematica, and more. If your course requires a program that is not installed in the lab, please notify the office staff. Students may also print by scanning their Lion Card (10 cents per page).
MyLeo is the online portal for students to register for classes, pay tuition, view grades and unofficial transcripts.
The Metroplex Center library and its online resources are available to all A&M-Commerce students and faculty.
Deposit Lion Cash
Vickie Haddock, Auxiliary Services Assistant 903-468-3022
Students may get a Lion Card at the Metroplex Center office or at the Mane Card Office in Commerce. Students may add cash to their accounts at the Metroplex Center anytime. Click the Lion Cash link to add money via credit card.
903-886-5830 (Commerce) / 972-613-3878 (Mesquite)
Visit the online A&M-Commerce bookstore to purchase textbooks, supplies and other A&M-Commerce apparel. You may also purchase graduation merchandise online. The Metroplex Bookstore is only open at the beginning and end of each semester.
You may see the tuition schedule and payment deadlines for each semester. You will also find important Financial Aid information available to you. Students may pay for their tuition at the Metroplex Center with a check or money order and with a credit card in myleo.
View the Academic Calendar to find all the important academic dates for the university year.
View the undergraduate and/or graduate catalog for specific program information.
The Financial Aid Office offers great information regarding financial aid and scholarships available to A&M-Commerce students. They also provide information on deadlines and how to talk with a financial aid advisor.
The Career Development Office in Commerce provides job search assistance to all A&M-Commerce students and alumni. Learn valuable skills and tips to land your dream job!
SDRS offers accommodations, counseling, evaluation referral, disability-related information and resources, adaptive technology counseling and equipment for on campus use, testing accommodations, and interpreter services for academically-related purposes.
The Student Guidebook is the main resource for campus information each year. It contains the academic calendar, campus contact information, resources for getting involved on campus, and University Rules and Procedures.
Student Health 101 is a monthly health & wellness magazine just for students and their families. Each issue contains valuable information that will help students make better decisions and can help you gain a better understanding of the health and wellness challenges that face today’s students.