This page curates KETR's news stories related to Texas A&M University-Commerce.
COMMERCE - February 1st was National Signing Day, and around the nation college football fans are getting their first glimpse into the future of their teams.
COMMERCE - John Sharp, chancellor of The Texas A&M University System, will host a public forum at 4:00 p.m. Thursday Feb. 2 in the Alumni Center at Texas A&M University-Commerce.
The February '12 edition of The President's Perspective welcomes guests Noah Nelson (Distinguished Visiting Professor) and Jody Todhunter (Director of Undergraduate Admissions.)
COMMERCE - After nearly two years of research and meetings, the Hunt County Transportation Planning Committee is ready for the next leg of their draft plan after presentations before the public.
COMMERCE - Beginning Friday, February 3, the Texas A&M University-Commerce Planetarium will begin showing “Violent Universe,” which will be offered at 8 p.m. every Friday night through April 13.
COMMERCE - The future for Hispanic families in Northeast Texas is bright thanks to the induction of a Mexican Consulate-sanctioned Community Plaza in Commerce.
COMMERCE - Texas A&M University-Commerce has received a formal response announcing that the warning issued by the school’s accrediting agency has been lifted.
COMMERCE - A former student at Texas A&M University-Commerce has been ordered the turn himself in to authorities following a stabbing incident on campus.
COMMERCE - Structural engineers from JQ Dallas, LLP declared Whitley Hall at Texas A&M University-Commerce to be structurally sound January 16 following an inspection of the building.