Chris Myers

It is the practice of Texas A&M University-Commerce to ensure our potential/current students are not being misled with unfair/deceptive recruiting practices.  Should you have a complaint please contact: 
http://www.benefits.va.gov/gibill/feedback.asp

Important Information:

  • Beginning Fall 2013 semester all GI Bill®/Vocational Rehabilitation users will have a registration hold applied to their account.  In order to make changes to registration please contact mailto:veteransservices@tamuc.edu

Getting Started

Visit the Tuition Estimator a Net Price calculator to help you estimate the cost of attendance for full time enrollment for ONE ACADEMIC YEAR at Texas A&M-Commerce. 

These six steps can be completed concurrently:

The purpose of New Student Orientation is to provide student the opportunity to:

  1. Meet with and receive advising with success coaches.
  2. Register for classes.
  3. Acquire student ID card and parking permit.
  4. Pay tuition and fees.
  5. Learn more about services and resources available to enhance success.

During the Semester

Each semester it is your responsibility to notify the A&M-Commerce Veterans & Military Services office (Room 130; Student Access and Success Center) if you:

  • Change your degree program major and/or minor
  • Change your address

In addition, you should report any:

  • added/dropped classes
  • withdrawal from the university
  • incomplete or missing grades

The changes are required to be reported to the veterans’ affairs regional office. While we do our best to report these changes on your behalf, it is still your responsibility to notify us.