Foundation Relations and Corporate Philanthropy :: Work With Us
A&M-Commerce collaborates with foundation partners to implement mutual goals for growth, development and impact. We look forward to helping you navigate campus, connect to A&M-Commerce faculty and leadership, as well as create opportunities for collaboration and funding.
Support A&M-Commerce Students and Programs through Philanthropy or Sponsorship
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Partner with A&M-Commerce to advance your company’s philanthropic objectives and showcase your commitment to education, research and on-the-ground impact. There are a number of opportunities to work with faculty to support research and programs that advance your business interests and worthy causes.
Establish scholarship funds or fellowships for students. Your company will have an opportunity to enhance access to education for individuals of diverse backgrounds while partnering with A&M-Commerce on your unique talent pipeline development objectives.
Sponsor a Program
If you are interested in showcasing your company’s brand and community engagement through sponsorship of targeted university programs, we can work with you to customize a sponsorship package that meets your company’s marketing and community engagement objectives.
Other Engagement Opportunties
If you want to explore an area of interest, we have a variety of opportunities such as training and consulting programs through our Center for Business Excellence, internships or recruitment through our Career Center and volunteer initiatives.
We are happy to connect you to the appropriate campus partner to find robust ways to meet your company’s goals. Contact us to find out how to get involved.
Foundation Relations & Corporate Philanthropy :: Featured News
A gathering of Texas A&M University-Commerce alumni is planned for the Dallas-Fort Worth area in support of the Lion Women’s Basketball team. All alums are welcome to a gathering at the Ozona Grill & Bar, located at 4615 Greenville Ave. in Dallas from 5 to 6:30 p.m. on Monday, November 1. The gathering is being […]
Texas A&M University-Commerce alum Barbara Kelley recently received the honor of being elected Secretary of the Texas Caucus of Black School Board Members (TCBSBM). Kelley is a 2006 graduate of A&M-Commerce, and currently serves as the Police Lead Telecommunicator for Dallas Area Rapid Transit. In addition to her 30-plus years in the field of public […]
Texas A&M University-Commerce was honored this week as a 2021 Star Awards recipient by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB). A&M-Commerce was one of only ten universities in the state to be selected for the coveted annual award. The 2021 Star Awards recognize Texas colleges and universities for outstanding responses to COVID-19. The awardees […]
Lion graduate Earl Nottingham was recently named a Distinguished Alumni by the Temple Education Foundation at a ceremony on October 21. Nottingham graduated from East Texas State University (now-Texas A&M University-Commerce) in 1978 with a Bachelor of Science in Photography. He achieved success for almost two decades as a freelance photographer running his own business […]
Becky Sinclair, Ph.D., professor in the Department of Curriculum and Instruction at A&M-Commerce, is co-author of a research article published online in July, titled, “Preservice teachers’ perceptions of learning environments before and after pandemic-related course disruption.” The research explores changes in student perceptions of learning environments before and after switching to remote learning as a […]
As a White House liaison for the U.S. Department of Education’s Office for Civil Rights, Ted Crim was privileged to watch American history unfold from a front-row seat. Now, the Lion alumnus will share his impactful life and career with Texas A&M University-Commerce through a bequest intention using both real estate and other personal property […]
A&M-Commerce alum H.T. Sanchez, Ed.D., is one of five Texas finalists for the state’s Superintendent of the Year award. The award, sponsored by the Texas Association of School Boards (TASB), recognizes superintendents across the state for excellence and achievement. With nearly two decades of experience as an administrator, Sanchez has led Plainview ISD—a district with […]
A&M-Commerce continues to serve community needs during the pandemic. A Greenville Herald Banner article on September 3 said the Hunt County hospital system is facing challenges as they work to meet the demand for COVID-19 testing. Hunt Memorial Hospital District CEO Richard Carter said, “We are currently working with Texas A&M University-Commerce to possibly assist […]
In the two years since graduating from Texas A&M University-Commerce, Karli Thornton has been busy changing the world. She has worked internationally, earned her master’s degree in biomedical engineering from Cornell University in New York and designed a patent-pending cranial prosthesis device that can potentially help millions of patients. None of her success would be […]
This year marks the tenth anniversary of a successful dual-credit partnership between Commerce ISD and Texas A&M University-Commerce. Over the last decade, 550 Commerce High School (CHS) students have co-enrolled at A&M-Commerce and gained a head-start on their college education. Under the agreement, qualified Commerce ISD teachers and A&M-Commerce faculty teach university classes on the […]