- Career Development
- Student Disability Resources and Services
- International Student Services
- Academic Success Center
- Hispanic Outreach
- Computer Lab
- Student Lounge
- Veterans and Military Services
- Financial Aid
- A&M-Commerce Guidebook
- Academic Calendars
- Complaint Resolution Matrix
- Rockwall Student Familiarization Course
- Student Health 101
A&M-Commerce at Rockwall Schedule of Classes
Visit the online A&M-Commerce bookstore to find out which books are necessary for your classes and to order.
The library's online resources are available to any A&M-Commerce student currently enrolled in classes.
- Library website
- Portal to all library services
- Online research Guides
- Guides for research in various subject areas
- Three minute tutorial
- How-to videos for library resources and tool
- Online books
- Online journals
- Rockwall County Library
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Career Development 903.468.3223
This office provides students, alumni, and employers, as well as A&M-Commerce’s academic departments with career information, resources, events, programs and services to provide a connection between academic preparation and professional careers. Programs and services include job fairs, on-campus interviews, free career assessment, career counseling (www.myplan.com), mock interviews, job search workshops, business etiquette dinners, resume and cover letter critique. Resources include Lion Tracks an online student resume and employer job bank database, resource library and free career related publications.Director:
903.886.5108Back To Top
Student Disability Resources and Services 903.886.5838
A&M-Commerce at Rockwall encourages all students with disabilities to become totally involved in all aspects of campus life. Therefore, the Office of Disability Resources and Services (SDRS) make sure that all students have equal access to all the opportunities and programs found within the university community. In order to receive accommodations, students must fill out an application and submit recent documentation to be reviewed for eligibility. Each student registered with SDRS will receive individualized academic advice, and will be given reasonable accommodations (i.e., note taker, extended time on exams, a quiet place to test, books on tapes, and materials in Braille). To make an appointment, please call (903) 886-5835 or (903) 886-5150. SDRS works closely with the Division of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services and the Division of Assistive and Rehabilitative Services for the Blind (800) 538-8075.Director:
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International Student Services's 903.886.5097
The ISSO provides services to international students and scholars including immigration advising, cultural adjustment and personal advising, cultural and education events, trips to the Dallas/Fort Worth area and other destinations, and programs for our new international students and scholars.Director:
John Mark Jones
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Academic Success Center 903.468.8620
The Academic Success Center (ASC) is focused on providing academic resources to help each student reach their intellectual potential and achieve academic success.Undergraduate online tutoring available through Tutor.comCoordinator:
903.468.8620Back To Top
Hispanic Outreach 903.468.8699
The mission of our office is to raise a greater awareness on the importance of higher education among groups and individuals at high schools, community colleges and in the general community with a special focus on Hispanic/Latino(a) students and their community.Director:
903.886.5067Back To Top
Computer lab is located in room 124. Computer Lab Hours:M-TR 8:00am-30 minutes after last class ends | F 8:00am-6:00pm | Sa & Su CLOSED Printing/Copies available for 10 cents a page using your Student ID Card. Lion Cash can be added, but you must remember that this is not automatic and any lion cash added after 5pm will not be processed until the next business day.Back To Top
Soda/Snack vending machines and a microwave are available in the student lounge area. Students may eat, drink and relax in the lounge, but no smoking is permitted in the building.Back To Top
Veterans and Military Services 903-886-5123
You served. You sacrificed. For that, we thank you.
At Texas A&M University-Commerce, soldiers, sailors, airmen, and marines are an important part of our legacy. We appreciate your service and sacrifice, and are committed to your successful transition from military to civilian life. This commitment includes helping you build on your strengths so you can achieve the well-respected bachelor's or graduate degree you deserve. For more information or to schedule a meeting in commerce, a conference call, or a virtual meeting
Call or Email:Veterans and Military Services Specialist:
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Financial Aid & Scholarships903.886.5096
The Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships continues to process financial aid applications on a daily basis and will be awarding on a weekly basis records that meet the completed requirements.
Through this page and the various pages of our web site we will keep everyone abreast of the latest in the realm of financial aid.
Best wishes and look forward to a great academic year.
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This matrix is provided to assist students in understanding the procedures and process for addressing common issues. Student are encouraged to follow the formal process for complaints and concerns.