High School Enrichment Program
Texas A&M University is pleased to offer the High School Enrichment Program (HSEP) for qualified high school students in the Bryan/College
Station area that will provide college credit and may also provide credit toward high school graduation.*
This program provides a chance to further your knowledge in a subject you have completed in high school and earn valuable credit for
graduation at both levels. For example, if you are interested in Physics and you have completed all of the classes your high school offers,
you may qualify to continue to study Physics at the college level.
To be considered for this program, students must have completed all levels of related coursework offered at their high school. Each
student is eligible to take 1 (one) course per fall or spring semester, and course registration will be completed by the TAMU advisor. No
summer classes are offered at this time. Classes will be held on the Texas A&M campus, and students and their parents/guardians will
be responsible for any lodging or transportation considerations.
- You must be a junior or senior in high school in the Bryan/College Station area
- You must have a minimum combined Verbal and Math SAT score of 1200 (plus a writing component score), or an ACT score of 27 (plus a writing
Please note: Admission for this program is on a space-available basis. The applicant pool is competitive, and admission into this
program is not guaranteed.
Interested applicants must furnish the following:
- A completed High School Enrichment
- $75 Application fee (or request for application fee waiver with appropriate counselor documentation — see High School
Counselor Recommendation Form)
- Official high school transcript
- High School Counselor
Recommendation Form: this letter must be completed by the HS Counselor or Principal, and should confirm the student's eligibility for
participation in this program
- SAT or ACT score (official scores contained on the official high school transcript will satisfy this requirement).
All materials must be mailed together to the following address:
Admissions Processing (HSEP)
P.O. Box 30014
College Station, TX 77842-3014
July 1 is the deadline to apply for fall entry. Acceptance into the program will be announced in early August.
November 1 is the deadline to apply for spring entry. Acceptance into the program will be announced in early December.
For more information about this program please contact an admission counselor at the Aggieland Prospective Student Center at (979) 458-0950.
Special Note: All students who complete this program and earn college credit will be subject to the following rules: Texas A&M
University Student Rules and Regulations, the Aggie Honor Code, and tuition charged for excess credit hours (this could affect your
eligibility for a future $1000 tuition rebate).
* It is the responsibility of the student to contact the Records Office in the Office of Admissions to request official
documentation of program participation to be sent to their high school
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