Admission Requirements At Texas A&M
The Texas A&M University Admissions Office is responsible for providing a fair and consistent application process, regardless of whether an applicant is seeking admission to the undergraduate or graduate programs.
Application Process at Texas A&M
- Apply to Texas A&M by submitting the application. You can apply online or print out a paper application.
- Submit all required materials, which include transcripts, test scores and an essay if applicable.
- Submit a payment if you are applying for financial aid.
- Submit all requested documents and information by the deadline date listed in your letter of admission and/or email notification from Admissions & Enrollment Services (AES). If you have not received your admission decision within 10 days after this date, please contact AES at 979-862-5200 or via email at [email protected].
Undergraduate Admissions and Information
The admission process at Texas A&M University is a rigorous one, but you can make it easier on yourself by following the application steps listed below:
- Apply for Admission Online
- Pay Application Fee (if applicable)
- Submit Official Transcripts From All Schools Attended (high school and other post-secondary institutions)
- Mail Documents to Texas A&M Office of Admissions
Mail completed application packet to:
The Office of Admissions – College Station TX 77843-5200
Freshmen Admission Requirements
- A cumulative grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 or higher
- An ACT score of 24 or higher (23-24 English, 24 Math, 23 Reading, 22 Writing).
- An SAT score of 1060 or higher (Critical Reading 630-700; Math 630-700; Writing 620-720).
- Class rank in the top 10% of graduating class.
You must also meet the following requirements:
Transfer applicants must have a minimum 2.5 GPA.
Transfer applicants must have completed at least 12 credit hours of college-level coursework.
Transfer applicants must have completed at least 60 semester credit hours with a minimum 2.5 GPA, or 30 semester hours with a minimum 2.5 GPA if the 30 hours were earned during the last two years (including Spring 2019).
Currently Enrolled Students
You can also apply to change your degree, major and/or college if you have been admitted to Texas A&M University.
- You must have a minimum GPA of 3.00 in the new major and 4.00 overall.
- You must meet all admissions requirements for the new program of study (if applicable). Your application cannot be processed unless you submit an updated transcript reflecting any changes made since you applied for admission as an undergraduate student at Texas A&M University-College Station campus or higher education institution; otherwise, it will not be reviewed until such time that these requirements are met.
Graduate Admissions at Texas A&M
To apply to graduate school at Texas A&M, you must:
- Complete the online application. You can start your application by clicking the Apply now button.
- Submit all additional required materials such as transcripts and test scores to one location (your designated university or college) by the deadline below:
- Decisions are made on a rolling basis, once all complete applications are received and reviewed.
- Deadline for Fall 2019 admission is November 15, 2019. Applications received after this date will not be considered until Spring 2020 admissions decisions are made in April 2020 if space remains available in graduate programs at that time.
Professional Admissions at Texas A&M
In addition to the general admissions requirements, you must meet the following requirements for professional admissions at Texas A&M:
- You must be a graduate of an accredited college or university.
- You must have a minimum GPA of 2.8 on all undergraduate course work and/or a minimum GPA of 3.0 on all graduate course work (if any).
- If you have completed fewer than 30 semester hours of undergraduate coursework at an accredited institution, you will be required to complete 36 hours in residence at Texas A&M prior to graduation with your master’s degree. If you have completed fewer than 24 semester hours of graduate coursework at an accredited institution, this requirement may not apply if you are able to demonstrate mastery through standardized tests such as GRE or GMAT (if applicable), or via other means determined by the department chairperson in consultation with his/her faculty members and central administration officials at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi; however, these exceptions must be justified before admission is granted based upon recommendations from external reviewers who are familiar with student performance records from previous institutions attended by applicants seeking admission into post-graduate programs offered by any college within The University System Of Georgia (USG).
To be a student at Texas A&M you need to meet the requirements.
To be a student at Texas A&M, you need to meet the following requirements:
- You must be a United States citizen.
- You must be at least 18 years old.
- You must have graduated from high school or have passed the GED exam. If you’re using a high school equivalency diploma as your required secondary diploma, this is called “21st Century Certification.” The process for obtaining 21st Century certification varies by state and can take up to 2 years; if this applies to you and you plan on applying during an upcoming semester or academic year, contact Texas A&M’s Office of Admissions so they can help guide you through the process.
- If English isn’t your primary language, then there will be additional language requirements that apply only when applying through Texas A&M International University’s Conrad N Hilton College of Hotel and Restaurant Management; see below for more information about how those requirements work.
The admission process is not just about submitting an application. You will also need to meet the minimum requirements and submit the required documents to gain acceptance by the university. It is important that you take time before applying so that all your documents are up-to-date and ready for submission when the time comes.