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Office of International Programs

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Starting January 1, 2019, the Office of International Programs (OIP) will not assume liability of receiving student mail from the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) and other government agencies for standard OPT, STEM OPT, and change of status applications. Henceforth, students should list their mailing addresses for these purposes. Mails sent to OIP will be returned to original sender. Thank you.



Texas A&M University-Commerce (TAMU-C) is among the leading universities in Texas--it is in close proximity to the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex area, a major multicultural center in the U.S.; affords our students the opportunity to live in a safe and exciting community; and offers students the benefit of studying in over 100 academic programs through our five academic units: College of Business (AACSB accredited), College of Science and Engineering, College of Education and Human Services, College of Humanities, Social Sciences and Arts, and the School of Agriculture.

Additionally, students studying on the main Commerce campus will have access to many new state-of-the-art facilities including the Music Building, Rayburn Student Center, MacFarland Science Building, Sports Complex, the Planetarium as well as many new on-campus residence halls.

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So why do our students choose to study at TAMU-C? Here are just a few reasons :

  • Strong academic programs

  • Smaller class sizes that allow students to get to know and  work directly with their professors

  • TAMU-C is a mid-sized university (approximately 13,000 students) able to offer genuine American academic and cultural experiences, while providing students one-on-one assistance

  • The campus is a safe, welcoming and culturally diverse community; our students come from over 50 countries

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