Thank you for your interest in a career at Texas A&M University-Commerce. Since 1889, A&M-Commerce has educated the people of Texas and beyond.

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Available Faculty and Staff Positions

During the application process, the “My Experience” page has a section provided “Attachments such as Resume/CV, References, Cover letter, etc.” to upload required documents.

  • Use the Upload button to add each document.
  • You will be able to upload up to 5 documents. Be aware that the maximum size allowed for any one document is 5MB.
  • All documents must be electronically submitted through the Texas A&M Online Employment Services website to be considered.
  • Incomplete or improperly submitted applications may be excluded from consideration.

Please provide the following documents:

  • Cover Letter
  • Resume/CV
  • Three professional references with complete contact information (Unsolicited letters of recommendation will not be considered).
  • Transcripts (Unofficial will be accepted with application. Official transcripts are required at time of verbal offer).

Note: If transcripts are from an international institution, it is the responsibility of the prospective faculty member to have the transcripts translated and evaluated by an approved credential evaluator.

Please do not withdraw your application in an attempt to upload a missing document. If you need assistance with this or any other matter, please contact us at [email protected].

During the application process you have one opportunity to upload documents as a combined PDF. The page “My Experience” has an area provided under Resume/CV to drop or upload the file.

This one combined PDF must include:

  • Cover Letter
  • Resume/CV
  • Three professional references with complete contact information (Unsolicited letters of recommendation will not be considered).
  • Transcripts – If required for the position (Unofficial will be accepted with application. Official transcripts are required at time of verbal offer).

All documents must be electronically submitted through the Texas A&M Online Employment Services website to be considered. Incomplete or improperly submitted applications may be excluded from consideration.

You will access Workday through your SSO log-in. Follow these steps to view and apply for any open positions:

  • Log into Workday on the SSO Menu
  • Select the Career worklet
  • Select Find Jobs – Internal Career Site

The Internal Career Site will reflect current open positions for your review/application.

For internal applicants to submit a complete application the Professional Profile (education, job history, and other professional information) must be updated through the Career Worklet in your current Workday profile.

If you need assistance in applying for any job opportunity, please contact us at HR Hiring or 903-886-5080.

Current Students Employment Information

Discover A&M-Commerce

A&M-Commerce is a proud member of The Texas A&M University System. Located just east of Dallas, A&M-Commerce offers 130 affordable degree programs and serves 11,624 students. The university transforms lives through its mission to “Educate. Discover. Achieve.”

Students work with world-class professors who dedicate themselves to excellence in teaching and research. The university maintains strong relationships with local industries to create relevant academic programs and valuable internship and networking opportunities that prepare career-ready graduates.


As a member of the A&M System family of universities, A&M-Commerce will:

  • Become the university of choice for all who seek higher education in the Northeast Texas region and beyond.
  • Provide traditional and non-traditional learning opportunities through new and existing programs that set high expectations and goals for students, faculty and staff.
  • Offer a sense of community through a nurturing environment for all individuals to maximize learning, career and personal development.
  • Become a place where students, faculty, staff and community are engaged in the pursuit of excellence.

Strategic Priorities and Goals

Student preparedness and employability

We will:

  • Provide a transformative and experiential education that develops relevant, marketable skills.
  • Pursue innovative pedagogies and an engaging environment for learning.
  • Collaborate with external partners to increase student career readiness.

Elevate research

We will:

  • Build infrastructure for research and creative activity.
  • Gain distinction as a high research activity institution by identifying and advancing targeted research initiatives.
  • Encourage interdisciplinary collaboration.

Align university initiatives to bolster our unique rural-urban identity

We will:

  • Serve as the hub of educational opportunities for Northeast Texas.
  • Leverage the university’s assets for the economic, cultural and social benefit of the region.
  • Cultivate and strengthen partnerships that address regional needs.

Transform our operations to serve the mission of a contemporary university

We will:

  • Increase organizational effectiveness by developing sound business practices that are intentional, collaborative and data-informed.
  • Varied sources of funding and allocate resources strategically to promote innovation and effectiveness.
  • Invest in student recruitment, retention, graduation and continued engagement.

Create a community characterized by respect and collaboration

We will:

  • Enhance civility and collegiality of administrators, faculty, staff and students.
  • Recruit, develop and retain students, faculty, staff and administrators.
  • Create opportunities for meaningful interactions across campus.
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President Mark J. Rudin

A progressive leader with a passion for innovation and research, Dr. Rudin is using his experience and expertise to grow A&M-Commerce into a leading teaching and research institution. He works from the belief that innovation is the key to transformation, and he encourages his colleagues to think outside the traditional “box” of higher education to find creative solutions to every challenge. With this mindset, he is helping move A&M-Commerce to the forefront of secondary education in Dallas-Fort Worth and the surrounding areas.

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The Texas A&M University System Membership

  • A&M-Commerce joined the A&M System in 1996.
  • A&M-Commerce is the third-largest university in the A&M System (of 11 universities).



  • Student-to-faculty ratio: 20:1
  • Median class size: 24
  • Degree programs: 130+

Academic Highlights

  • A&M-Commerce is a leader in competency-based education. It is the nation's first accredited institution to offer a competency-based bachelor's degree in criminal justice.
  • The university's College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources is a national stand-out, featuring one of the only programs where students grow experimental crops on the university's 1,300-acre farm.
  • A&M-Commerce maintains a 130-year legacy as an exceptional teachers' college, graduating more than 400 certified educators in 2019.
  • In 2020, the university opened the 113,470-square-foot Nursing and Health Sciences Building, featuring a state-of-the-art simulation hospital. The facility will help address the dire shortage of healthcare professionals in Texas.
  • The music department is highly sought by aspiring musicians and music educators. In 2021, A&M-Commerce received the All-Steinway School designation, bestowed by the prestigious Steinway & Sons piano company. The university is also the world's first institution to receive a Spirio Technology designation.

Athletics and Student Life

  • The Lion Athletics program is an NCAA Division II powerhouse, excelling in 14 sports.
  • The university's student life experience includes a thriving Greek system and more than 140 student clubs and organizations.

Learning Sites

  • The main campus, located in the city of Commerce, features 2,094-acres.
  • Distance education offerings are located in Corsicana, Dallas,McKinney, Mesquite, Bryan and online.
  • Dallas site relocation is effective November 1, 2021.

Student Demographics

  • Student gender distribution: 37.66% male and 62.34% female
  • Students enrolled from 170 counties, 39 states, 59 countries
  • First-generation undergraduates: 42%
  • Student veterans or active service members: 5.8%
  • Students who live off campus: 70%
  • Students who live in college-owned, operated or affiliated housing: 30%
  • Ethnicity of A&M-Commerce students in Fall 2019:
    • 43.72% White
    • 20.85% Hispanic
    • 18.98% Black
    • 6.11% Multiracial
    • 5.58% International
    • 2.56% Asian
    • 1.63% Unknown
    • 0.46% American Indian or Alaskan Native
    • 0.12% Native Hawaiian or other Pacific Islander

Student Enrollment

  • Undergraduate enrollment: 8,062
  • Graduate enrollment: 3,562
  • Total enrollment: 11,624

Campus Safety and Security

Texas A&M University-Commerce makes every effort to meet all requirements of the Clery Act. Texas A&M University‐Commerce (A&M-Commerce) University Ethics and Compliance Office, in conjunction with the University Police Department (UPD), is responsible for compiling and publishing the Annual Security Report by October 1st each year.



The city of Commerce is located in Northeast Texas, about 60 miles northeast of Dallas. With a population of 9,293, Commerce is a close-knit community of involved citizens. The city's historic downtown features family-owned boutiques, a coffee shop and eateries.

Points of Interest

Meet our Staff

Contact Us

  • P.O. Box 3011
  • Commerce, TX 75429-3011
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