Texas A&M University - Commerce Graduate Reviews
I like that it was quick and easy for me to apply and to start my first class pending my full acceptance to the school. I don't like that the staff do not respond very well to student's questions or reach out to interact with you as an online grad student. I've had the unfortunate experience in having to email back and forth my advisor and literally had to ask questions to determine the specific classes I should take. The career center seemed willing to help when I call and speak to them. They offered to help me with my resume. I sent a copy of my resume for them to review and revise. I never heard back! Not sure why I'm going to this school with the horrible help I'm getting.
I have attended this school for 4 years and graduated with my bachelor degree in social work. I am currently in the process of beginning the masters program and I have no complaints about this school.
Good Experience, graduated in 2011. Customer service should be improved, in terms of how staff deals with students. The athletic program, especially football has vastly improved. There is good diversity among the student population and is financially a sound investment. Also, there are many satellite campuses that makes it easier to attend classes and obtain the assistance you may need.
The teachers are very understanding. I like that the school is very diverse. I would like the school to have a google map app for the campus, to make it much more easy to get around the campus.
Great university with extremely helpful staff. Professors are knowledgeable and available to answer questions. Advisers are always helpful and polite. Overall, the university is extremely flexible and offers a great value.
I am a current student and value my professors here on campus. I wish the early childhood education department would offer more classes a semester in a variety of locations.
I lived on campus and having everything right there where you don tell need a car was great. I walked everywhere, even to Walmart. They are currently building a nursing building.
I am a new grad student at Texas A&M University Commerce. My studies are all online so I never seen the college in person. Even though I have never seen the school my experience as a new grad student is been amazing.
I absolutely love attending here for my graduate program. The online classes are so convenient since I am a full time mother and have a full time job. I love that they offer 5 week courses, it works great with my schedule!!
Not bad. Very organized and on point. Commuter student in Dallas so not on actual campus. But remote campus learning is a great experience.
Texas A&M UniversityCommerce has not only provided a way for me to further my academic career, but have instilled a strong since of hope and pride in me that was once very shakey. I look forward to what the future holds and what this university can offer.
Technology management is the worst graduate course. This is more like a mini PHD where in you have to do so much research on several topics which are absolutely waste and have no relevance in the practical world. Neither is this degree valued for getting a job. The professors are only bothered about having research in APA format and doing coursework like a research with no relevance to the practical corporate world. Waste of Time, Money and Effort.