Texas A&M University-Commerce

Campus to undergo additional renovations

Oct 5, 2011
Marketing Communications

Texas A&M University-Commerce officials Tuesday addressed faculty and staff on a number of items, notably facilities, during the latest Community Update.

At 1pm today, faculty and staff at A&M-Commerce gathered in the Ferguson Social Sciences Auditorium for the Community Update conducted by president Dan Jones and provost Larry Lemanski.

Topics: University/Community partnerships, Campus Master Plan, and the ELI Homestay Program. Guests: Alicia Currin, Rex Giddens, and Magxina Wageman.

A&M-Commerce employee struck by vehicle

Sep 28, 2011

COMMERCE - An employee at Texas A&M University-Commerce was injured this morning after being struck by a vehicle while crossing the roadway.

One student killed, three injured in weekend wreck

Sep 25, 2011

CAMPBELL - The Texas Department of Public Safety has identified the A&M-Commerce student killed in a wrong-way crash Saturday morning.

27-year-old Suman Kukunoor was reportedly driving westbound in the eastbound lane of Interstate 30 near the 100 mile marker when he struck another vehicle. Three female students were riding in the vehicle at the time of the crash.

A&M-C honors wife of 8th university president

Sep 21, 2011

COMMERCE - The university flag at A&M-Commerce is at half staff Thursday in memory of Carroll Austin, wife of 8thuniversity President Charles J. Austin. 

University officials learned this week that Mrs. Austin passed away August 19 in Muncie, Indiana.

Carroll was a Reach to Recovery volunteer for twelve years and served on two American Cancer Society Boards in Statesboro, Georgia and in Hunt County. She started the Louise Drake Garden Club in Commerce.

Her husband served as president of East Texas State University from 1982 to 1986.


COMMERCE – Former Texas A&M University-Commerce president Dr. Keith McFarland will serve as acting provost and vice president of academic affairs at Texas Woman's University beginning March 1.

The President Emeritus will take over for TWU's provost Dr. Kay Clayton, who is leaving due to health reasons and will retire in August.