Success Coach Recommended Sites, Resources and Fun Stuff
Undergraduate Catalog: For course descriptions, academic policies and procedures.
Student Assessment: For students interested in testing into a higher level of Math/Eng, THEA, Compass, Accuplacer, etc. are available. Dual credit and AP coursework is also managed by this department. Contact the office by email or by phone for more information. 903-886-5122
Career Development: Need to find a major, change your career or just learn more about the work world? Contact Career Development for a complete list of services.
Academic Calendar: This calendar provides dates such as dates a student can make changes to their classes for the semester, permission needed, refund dates, etc.
Admissions: For questions regarding transferrability of core classes. If you are a transfer student and have questions about the transferrability of coursework taken at another institution for core classes, you should contact your admissions counselor.
myLeo: To register, view available classes, check the status of your financial aid, view holds, etc.
Bursars Office: In need of cash at anytime throughout the semester? Contact this office for short term loans from A&M-Commerce. Location: first floor of Halladay Student Services Bldg.
Counseling Center: Would you like to talk with someone about anytype of personal issue, concern, etc.? This office also has information for students wanting to refine time management skills, study skills, stress management techniques. Location: second floor of Halladay Student Services Bldg.
Disability Services: Students in need of any time of accommodation for a documented disability, contact this office at your convenience. Location:first floor of Gee Library.
Financial Aid & Scholarships: For students interested in receiving federal, state and/or university scholarships, contact this office. Location: first floor of Halladay Student Services Bldg.
Math Skills Center: For students needing assistance with a math course. This center is meant to assist you in successful completion of your math course. Students can receive personalized attention and tutoring specific to their needs. Location: third floor, Binnion Hall
Student Accounts: For information on your balance, payments, refunds. Location: first floor McDowell Administration Bldg.
Writing Center: For assistance in completing writing assignments, understanding assignments, reviewing papers, etc. Location: first floor, Hall of Languages.
MRC: Work out, walk on the track, play intramurals, take a swim! Exercise is a great way to reduce stress, meet new people and stay in shape.
Synergy Lab: Want to get involved but not sure in what? The Synergy Lab has organizations, clubs, groups, etc to suit all interests. If you don't see something you are interested in, maybe start a group of your own! Check them out!
Lion Athletics: Take advantage of your student fees: Go to a game! Soccer, Football, Volleyball, Basketball, Track! Click on the athletics link for schedules!
Community: Many students are active members of the Commerce community. The Commerce Parks and Recreation Department, Commerce Humane Society, Commerce ISD, and Chamber of Commerce use student volunteers in many of their activities. Contact the specific department for more information.
The above information has been provided for you by the Success Coaches at Texas A&M University-Commerce.