Transfer Student Admissions
How to Apply
Texas A&M: To be considered for transfer admissions to Texas A&M, you must have at least a 2.5 GPA on a minimum of 24 hours of graded, transferable coursework.
TAMU College of Liberal Arts: GPA requirements vary by major with majority exceeding the minimum requirements with less than 90 attempted hours. Also, second-choice majors are considered.
Applicants who begin a set of courses which have a two-semester sequence are encouraged to complete both courses in the sequence before planning to transfer to Texas A&M.
REQUIRED documents must be received (not postmarked) by the deadline. Emailed copies will NOT be accepted.
- Schedule a campus visit.
- Attend either a transfer information session or transfer program.
- Meet with an admissions advisor in the Prospective Student Center.
- Review transfer course sheetsand transfer course equivalencies.
- Submit application early. It is recommended the application be submitted before other supporting documents.
- Submit supporting documents early. Allow two to three weeks to be processed.
How to be Admitted
Decisions are made by each college/major on a rolling basis. Preference is given to applicants with the highest grade point average (GPA) and most appropriate courses for the specified college/major.
Automatic Transfer Admission Transfer applicants may qualify for automatic admissions through SB175. SB175 refers to applicants in the top 10% of graduating high school class in Texas. Applicants must also satisfy other requirements which can be found in the link listed below.
Program for Transfer Admission (PTA) The Program for Transfer Admission (PTA) offers prospective transfer students a unique opportunity to be automatically admitted to Texas A&M University. PTA is designed for students attending Texas community colleges and offers more than 65 degree plans. Upon successful completion of the coursework outlined by the degree plan and additional requirements of the program, participants are eligible for automatic admission to Texas A&M.
Consideration of Spring Grades (International Transfer Students) – In the case an international transfer student is currently studying inside the U.S. and is denied for the fall term, spring grades may then be used in the admissions decision if received by June 1 and if space is still available in the intended major.
Colleges, Majors and Transfer Course Sheets
Each major has its own transfer applicant admission requirements, so make sure to review each major of interest’s perquisites. Coursework for desired majors in the College of Liberal Arts are listed in the current TAMU Catalog for the Colleges in Liberal Arts.
Transfer Course Equivalency
Making sure that your planned or previous coursework from other universities’ transfers over to Texas A&M will provide a smoother transition. Click on the link below to see Texas A&M’s Transfer Course Equivalency website.
Cost of Attendance
Incoming undergraduate students at Texas A&M University are offered a choice for paying tuition. This allows both the students and their parents to plan and budget for college expenses. Transfer students have three options.
- The current Four-Year Locked Rate: which is a compounded four-year average based on the current Higher Ed Price Index or
- The Locked-Rate that corresponds with the calculated remaining years since their first term of enrollment after high school or
- The Variable Rate: which will adjust each year based on that year’s Higher Ed Price Index.
After You’re Admitted Checklist
This checklist allows you to stay on top of important deadlines and due dates. Here are required and suggested tasks to keep in mind
- Accept our offer and register for a new Student Conference (NSC)
- Complete the Tuition Rate Code
- Submit proof of vaccination against bacterial meningitis
- Send final college and final high school transcripts
- Verify your residency (In/Out of State Tuition)
- Housing (On/off campus)
- Financial Aid/FASFA/Scholarships
- Aggie Transition Camps
- Student Employment information
Transfer programs offered by the Office of Admissions at Texas A&M are meant to prepare prospective transfer students to be a competitive applicant and are encouraged to engage in the two following programs:
- Transfer Information Sessions
- Aggie Information Day
Visit the link below to learn more information.