A&M-Commerce Aligns Initiatives

Located 66 miles northeast of Dallas, Commerce, TX, has been home to the institution now called Texas A&M University-Commerce since an 1894 fire forced its relocation from Cooper, TX. A&M-Commerce occupies a unique space straddling a line between an urban and rural identity.

In this episode of The President’s Perspective, university president and CEO Dr. Mark Rudin talks about how the institution can leverage its location to align with initiatives that serve growth and success on both the rural service and urban development front.