Texas A&M University-Commerce College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources

Commerce, TX

Founded in 1889

Motto: "Ceaseless Industry, Fearless Investigation, Unfettered Thought, Unselfish Service to Others."






Acceptance Rate

$4,790 / $17,450

Tuition In-state / Out-of-state


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Texas A&M University-Commerce College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources has one of the top hands-on learning agriculture programs in Texas. Our mission is to provide students with an experiential and pragmatic learning environment while fostering positive relationships among faculty, staff and students. With endless growth opportunities and state of the art resources, we hope to push students to grow their passion for agriculture as well as become competent professionals through the sharing and discovery of knowledge across the various fields of agriculture.

Agricultural Degrees Offered

  • Agribusiness
  • Agricultural Education
  • Agricultural Sciences
  • Animal Sciences
  • Equine Science
  • Food Science and Human Nutrition
  • Horticulture
  • Pre-Veterinary Animal Science
  • Wildlife Ecology and Conservation
  • Agricultural Industries and Agencies
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Total Enrollment: 8,236

Agricultural Students: 489

Male Female Student Ratio: 40%/60%

Acceptance Rate: 34%


Application Fee: $60

Application Deadline: August 1

Target GPA: Top 30% of class

Target SAT Score: 1060

Target ACT Score: 21


In-State: $4,790

Out-of-State: $17,450

Student Fees: $4,168

Room and Board: $8,404

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Religious Affiliation: non-denominational

Faculty/Student Ratio: 19/1

A&M-Commerce University Farm

The A&M-Commerce University Farm consists of over 1,300 acres and has many sectors to fit every aspect of agricultural learning and development. These include the Animal Science Educational Farm, Equine Center, Plant Science Center, Row Crop Research Farm, and Wildlife Wetland area. Twin Oaks Farm for Experiential Learning is a university-owned, student managed farm with fruit and nut production, vegetable demonstration plots, storefront, and a teaching kitchen available for student use and outreach to learners of all ages. The Plant Science faculty and staff also facilitate a crop production practicum that allows students hands-on management of their own crop of wheat or cotton.