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Female student
Luis Franco
Football player at practice
Three male students playing basketball. One is a disabled veteran. His purple heart is shown in the inset.
A male student
A female student
A male student
Luis Franco assisting two male students
Two female students with faces painted like cats
A female student and her family
A female student


Relationship-building is an integral part of the A&M-Commerce mission. By partnering with groups and organizations as those listed below, A&M-Commerce and the Office of Hispanic Outreach and Retention extends its ability to provide a unique college experience to greater numbers of students.

Dallas County Community College District
Collin College
Grayson County College
Tarrant County Community College
Paris Junior College
Greater Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Fort Worth Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Southeast Dallas Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
Dallas Regional Chamber of Commerce Education is Freedom
Uplift Education
Commerce ISD
Dallas ISD
DeSoto ISD
Frisco ISD
Garland ISD
Mesquite ISD
Melissa ISD
McKinney ISD
Mt. Pleasant ISD
Richardson ISD
Sulphur Springs ISD
Hallmark College
Baptist University of the Americas

University Crossroads

Texas A&M University-Commerce is also a committed and lead partner within University Crossroads. University Crossroads' mission is to expand access to and success in higher education for first-and second-generation students from low-to-moderate income households.  This mission is critical to Texas given the state's increasing demographic shift and ethnic under-representation in higher education.
     University Crossroads is one of 40 recognized P-16 Councils in the state developed by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board to meet the state's goals to improve college and career readiness and to annually award 210,000 undergraduate degrees and certificates.
     University Crossroads is a partnership of colleges and universities, chambers of commerce, professional associations, non-profit organizations, scholarship programs, corporations, businesses, and the Dallas Independent School District.
     For more details visit: http://www.universitycrossroads.org

Excelencia in Education

Texas A&M University-Commerce is also excited to partner with Excelencia in Education and was honored as a 2010-2011 Growing What Works Kresge SEMILLAS Grant recipient.

For more information visit: http://www.edexcelencia.org/

You can view some multimedia created as part of our Kresge SEMILLAS Grant, the SALSA (Success & Access for Latino Students Ahora!), on our Hispanic Outreach YouTube Channel