Texas A&M University receives thousands of applications for a limited number of spaces each year.
The applicant pool is very competitive, and the number of high achieving, admissible applicants will
likely exceed the number of students we can accommodate in our freshman class.
If Texas A&M University is unable to offer you full admission, some students may be offered the following options:
Texas A&M will guarantee admission to students who successfully complete their first year of college at a participating Texas A&M System
Institution and satisfy all requirements set forth by the Program for System Admission. The program is limited to specific areas of
study and requires that applicants finish at least 24 transferable hours with a minimum 3.0 cumulative GPR and a minimum 3.0 GPR for
all courses attempted from among those listed in the chosen degree plan. For more information about the Program for System Admission,
visit our website at admissions.tamu.edu/PSA.admissions.tamu.edu/PSA.
Students of any community college or university can apply for admission to Texas A&M as a transfer student.
For information about the transfer admission process, please visit the following website:
admissions.tamu.edu/transfer. If you are interested in
pursuing transfer admission to Texas A&M University, we encourage you to work with an advisor at one of our
Prospective Student Centers.
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.