How to Applyto Texas A&M University
You may be the first in your family to attend college, or you may come from a long line of proud Aggies. Maybe you are enrolled in a Texas high school or are attending college on the other side of the world. Whatever your situation, your plans and your dreams — we invite you to apply to Texas A&M University.
We offer more than 140 undergraduate degrees and approximately 270 graduate and professional degrees through campus locations and schools around the state, nation and world. No matter what location you attend, you are an Aggie.
Ways to Apply
Freshman applicants are current high school students (with or without college credits) or high school graduates who have not earned any college credits since high school graduation.
Transfer applicants are students who have graduated from high school and have enrolled in a post-secondary institution (with or without credits earned) during a fall or spring semester.
Graduate applicants have an undergraduate degree and are looking to further their education with a master's, doctoral or professional degree.
International applicants are not citizens or permanent residents of the United States. They also have not graduated or will not graduate from a Texas high school after three years of residence in Texas.
Other Ways to Apply
We offer many flexible alternatives to our traditional admission process to help you find the best option for your needs.
Texas A&M University offers readmission to students who have to leave school due to unforeseen circumstances.
Non-degree-seeking applicants are those requesting to take courses without pursuing a degree.
Connect with an Advisor
Texas A&M University offers prospective students their own advisors, specific to where they call home. If you have questions about the application and admissions process, connect with the advisor closest to you.Find an advisor near you