Welcome to Student Transition and Support

Join the fun and make the most of your First-Year at A&M University-Commerce


About Us

There is more to college than how well you perform in the classroom. A great college experience is bigger than that. The Student Transition and Support department will immerse you in a range of challenging and rewarding experiences, all designed to help you get connected and create a pathway to success.
We encompass many programs aimed at serving our first-year students through instructing our first-year seminar course, CID 1300 The Student and The University, our Peer Mentoring program, College Life Coach meetings and various on-campus events throughout the semester.










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Oct 10, 2022 - Sierra Jones

The Return of the Lion's Lecture speaker series is highlighted

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Dec 6, 2022 - Sierra Jones

Fall 2022 Lion's Lecture Series is now on Youtube!

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Nov 2, 2022 - Sierra Jones

Applications live for the Spring 2023 semester- Come and join the team!

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Members Benefits

Our members are current Peer Mentors and Supplemental Instructors. This is a paid position for upperclassmen that act as role models and guides through the college experience, ensuring first-year students have peer support while getting acclimated to our campus and community.

Events & Activities

Be the first to know about what we have planned and add our group calendar to your schedule.


Meeting new students with shared interest

Receive Support

Have a go-to spot to get help with resources and time management

Our Team

Sierra Jones Profile

Sierra Jones

Kimberley Morgan-Thompson Profile

Kimberley Morgan-Thompson

Gabriela Alanis Profile

Gabriela Alanis

Lauren Meyers Profile

Lauren Meyers

College Life Coach
Michael Gulden Profile

Michael Gulden

College Life Coach
Davida Tarpley Johnson Profile

Davida Tarpley Johnson

College Life Coach

E: Sierra.Jones@tamuc.edu
P: 9034688174

Student Transition and Support

Nursing and Health Sciences Building, Suite 320