Post-Baccalaureate Admissions

How to Apply

Postbaccalaureate Undergraduate Applicant Definition - An applicant who has a degree and wishes to apply for further study at the undergraduate level to pursue a second bachelor’s degree.

Required Documents

All required documents must be received (not postmarked) by Admissions Processing by the appropriate closing date.

To ensure that your official transcripts and other supporting documents are processed in a timely and efficient manner, please include the appropriate Document ID Sheet with all documents you submit in support of your application. If you wish to submit your application fee by mail, please use the Office of Admissions Application Alternate Payment Form. You may also submit your application fee by calling the Admissions Fee Processing Office at (979) 458-5155.

  1. A completed Apply Texas Application. You can apply online at applytexas.org.
     
  2. Application Fee. A nonrefundable $75 application fee. The application fee may be paid by check, money order or approved credit card. Applicants who wish to pay by credit card may do so as part of the online application. If you are unable to pay the fee online, you may call the Fee Office (see Admissions Contact Information for phone number).
    • If paying by credit card: be advised that your credit card will be charged a small non-refundable transaction fee.
    • Checks or money orders (U.S. dollars) should be made payable to Texas A&M University.
       
  3. Official Transcript. Submit all official college transcripts. An official copy of each transcript must be sent from each university. Transcripts are considered official if they are received in a sealed school envelope. (A high school transcript is not required).
     
  4. Essay. Statement explaining why enrollment at Texas A&M is desired.
     
  5. IF ADMITTED - Bacterial Meningitis Immunization. TEC 51.9192 requires all students under age 22 entering an institution of higher education to provide current proof of vaccination against bacterial meningitis (an immunization given within 5 years of the date of intended enrollment) or meet certain requirements for declining such a vaccination. The original TDSHS form required for students declining the vaccination must be submitted to the Office of Admissions. Students may not register for classes until this requirement is satisfied.

Deadlines

Application term
SPRING 2015
OPEN
August 1, 2014
CLOSED
October 15, 2014

 

Application term
SUMMER/FALL 2015
OPEN
January 1, 2015
CLOSED
April 1, 2015

 

How to Submit Your Documents

To ensure that your official transcripts and other supporting documents are processed in a timely and efficient manner, please include the appropriate Document ID Sheet with all documents you submit in support of your application.

If you wish to submit your application fee by mail, please use the Office of Admissions Application Alternate Payment Form. Please submit the following items by the appropriate deadline.

For documents that must be sent via postal mail, please use the addresses listed below:

(U.S. Postal Service)
Admissions Processing
Texas A&M University
General Services Complex
P.O. Box 40003
College Station, TX 77842-4003
 
(Overnight or Hand Delivery)
Admissions Processing
Texas A&M University
General Services Building
750 Agronomy Road, Suite 1601
0200 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-0200
(979) 845-1060

Texas A&M University is closed on Saturday and Sunday. Credentials scheduled by overnight mail carriers for Saturday delivery will be delivered and accepted by the University on the next business day.


How to be Admitted

Priority is given to qualified applicants seeking their initial bachelor's degree; therefore, post-baccalaureate undergraduate admission may be limited or may not be available.

Consideration for Admission:

  • GPR on college coursework
  • Completion of prerequisite coursework
  • Information presented in the application