We are the non-profit civil association of alumni of the Faculty of Commerce, Administration and Social Sciences of the Autonomous University of Tamaulipas, Nuevo Laredo campus.
In accordance with the constitutive act and the database that is being integrated, we have the satisfaction and the honor of being integrated by professors and students graduated from the First Generation 1956-1961, to the recent graduates of our Faculty of Commerce and Administration and Social Sciences.
Through the association, we look for a congregation space with those who had and share dreams and ideals and an environment conducive to pouring out our skills and purposes, while fulfilling our social responsibility to improve the conditions of our community and in our case, the related to higher education; in particular those of the students, teachers and other members of the Faculty of Commerce, Administration and Social Sciences, of which we are graduates.
We also seek to fulfill the social function of financially supporting students to continue pursuing their university career and provide funds for those students who completed their degree can obtain their professional title in the Faculty of Commerce, Administration and Social Sciences and thus , Can achieve better employment opportunities or become more prepared entrepreneurs, which, in turn, will boost the cultural and economic development of our local community.
The Autonomous University of Tamaulipas Nuevo Laredo (UATNL) is a public university in Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas. The university is a member of the Autonomous University of Tamaulipas system. UATNL has two faculties: the Faculty of Accounting and Administration, which offers careers in: Bachelor of Foreign Trade, Bachelor of Computer Science, Bachelor of Business Administration, Bachelor of Law and Bachelor of Accounting1 and the Faculty of Nursing, which offers the Bachelor of Nursing and the Bachelor of Safety, Health and Environment.2 The university has a population of 3,500 students.
On November 14, 1956, when the university authorities of Tamaulipas gave Nuevo Laredo a new opportunity in their hands, they opened the path of culture and progress at the same time. In an emotional and significant ceremony, Licentiate and deputy Isaac Sánchez Garza, rector of the University of Tamaulipas, said: “It is a great honor for me today, November 14, 1956, to officially declare the School of Commerce and Administration of Nuevo Laredo, Tamaulipas inaugurated.”
At the dawn of the new century, the Faculty of Commerce, Administration and Social Sciences continues with a process of transformation to be in line with the new demands of its environment and on November 22, 1995, the name of the faculty is changed to ” FACULTY OF COMMERCE ADMINISTRATION AND SOCIAL SCIENCES “, this change will allow offering new educational options, and on October 5, 1996, the University Assembly ratifies the change of name to incorporate it into the statutes of the UNIVERSIDAD AUTÓNOMA DE TAMAULIPAS.
The accelerated advance of knowledge and technological transformations, as well as the new dynamics of the world economy, impose new challenges in the transformation of professionals. Now we have the certainty that learning does not end along with “the student years”; Nowadays, more than ever, the university must teach what allows students to continue learning during their professional life.
In our time, what impacts the most is not so much the changes, but the speed with which these happen to generate new demands. Especially the last decade of the 20th century brought with it new forms of hierarchizing, accessing and distributing information, new ways of linking production and consumption processes, new ways of structuring the flows of economic and commercial exchange, new forms of power distribution. political and on the basis of all this, new patterns of production of social and cultural life.
In this the new scenario in which also change the ways of teaching and learning, of producing scientific and technological knowledge, of relationship between educational institutions and society.
It is in this context that the Faculty of Commerce, Administration and Social Sciences, facing its new challenges, has been changing for several years, especially in the field of academic support infrastructure. As part of these transformations, starting in 2000, it also began a process of reforming its curricular structures, whose characteristics include flexibility, the introduction of the credit system and the incorporation of new common subjects.
This university reform has received the name of Millenium-III to symbolize what to do of the University and the Faculty of Commerce, Administration and Social Sciences.
To train quality professionals with knowledge, skills, attitudes and values necessary to join the community, within these values are the love of the country, respect for established institutions and laws and the improvement, conservation and knowledge of the environment. Provide society with trained, educated and creative people who can provide solutions. Provide professional services according to the requirements of social, economic and cultural development of the country, in the Economic, Political and Social spheres.
Contribute to the dissemination of knowledge acting with professional ethics and properly using scientific and technological resources. Maintain the commitment to offer updating options to new generations. Serve as liaison with other educational institutions in the country and abroad, as well as private companies, government and society in general.
According to our constitutive act, EXAUAT NLDO is a Civic Association made up of former students and professors of the School of Commerce, Administration and Social Sciences (FCACS) of the Universidad Autónoma de Tamaulipas (UAT), campus Nuevo Laredo.
- PRESIDENT: BALTAZAR HINOJOSA ALARCÓN
- SECRETARY: JORGE LEONARDO GARNICA ADAME
- TREASURER: REYNALDO RUIZ ESCAMILLA
- VICE PRESIDENT: DELFINO EDUARDO GONZALEZ Y MUÑOZ
- PRO SECRETARY: REBECA IRENE HERNANDEZ CATANEO
- PRO TESORERO: MA AMALIA VARGAS GARZA
- FIRST VOCAL: ESTHER MARCELA VIDAL OZUNA
- SECOND VOCAL: FERNANDO RODRIGUEZ GARZA
- THIRD VOCAL: SILVIA MARICELA TREVIÑO ALVAREZ
- FOURTH VOCAL: FERNANDO AGUSTIN MENDEZ CANTÚ
- FIFTH VOCAL: JUAN DE DIOS GONZALEZ GONGORA
- SIXTH VOCAL: TEODORO PEDRO CANTÚ TREVIÑO
- SEVENTH VOCAL: OSCAR SANTIAGO SAAVEDRA BOTELLO
- OCTAVO VOCAL: ROBERTO GUADALUPE GARZA GÓMEZ
- NINTH VOCAL: ANTONIO DEL BOSQUE SALINAS
- TENTH VOCAL: MARIO ALBERTO SANMIGUEL HERNANDEZ
- TENTH FIRST VOCAL: JOSÉ HUBERTO ALEJANDRO GUADIANA
- TENTH SECOND VOCAL: HERMENEGILDO MANUEL GONZALEZ ELIZONDO
- TENTH VOCAL THIRD: LETICIA GARCÍA FLORES
- FOURTH VOCAL: EMILIO FERNANDO GIRÓN FERNÁNDEZ DE JÁUREGUI
- FIFTEEN VOCAL: JUANA REBECA RANGEL CONDE
- TENTH SIXTH VOCAL: JOSE GERARDO RODRIGUEZ HERRERA
To get in touch with any member of our board, you can send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org to call Nuevo Laredo at +01(867)141-9067. In Laredo, Texas at + (956) 324-8975 or on Facebook.
Support the aspirations of students whose socioeconomic status is precarious or insufficient to achieve their academic training
Support with financial funds so that FCACS graduates can obtain their university degrees and thus achieve better opportunities
Enter the labor market is not easy and get engaged employees either. In EXAUAT we connect you with the right person
We provide a space for congregation with whom we had and share dreams and ideals in our university career
If you would like to receive more information, contact us through our website www.exauatnldo.com or on our Facebook page as EX-A-UAT NUEVO LAREDO. You can also send an email to email@example.com
You can also call Nuevo Laredo at + (867) 141-9067 or Laredo, Texas at + (956) 324-8975