Note: GPR (Grade Point Ratio) and GPA (Grade Point Average) are used interchangeably and represent the same thing. Texas A&M consistently uses GPR, but it is most commonly known to students as a GPA.
You can apply for readmissions if you are a former Texas A&M undergraduate student who does not have a bachelor’s degree and who did not officially register for the previous semester (excluding summer sessions) at Texas A&M University.
How to Apply
Applicants must have all of the required documents below completed before re-applying to Texas A&M.
- Completed Apply Texas Application
- Application Fee ($75 nonrefundable)
- An official copy of your transcript from other institutions since applicant’s last enrollment at Texas A&M University.
|Radmission Term:||Needs Transcript Through:|
|Spring semester||Previous Summer Session|
|Summer semester||Previous Fall semester|
Previous Fall semester if applying by June 1
Previous Spring semester if applying by June 1
- Required Essay explain why you would like to be readmitted to Texas A&M.
- IF ADMITTED- Applicants need to provide their Bacterial Meningitis Immunization record
Admission decisions for Undergraduate Readmission are based on the applicants GPA on Texas A&M coursework, their GPA on coursework since leaving Texas A&M, applicants desired major, and the information presented in the application.
**If you were previously admitted but did not attend class through the official census date, you must apply as either a freshman or transfer student.
How to be Admitted
Review Admits by College and Major
Admission decisions are made by each college and major and are competitive. Preference is given to the applicant with the highest grade point ratio (GPR) and the most courses completed in the Degree Track for the major designated on the application.