Office of Admissions


The Viewbook


The Texas A&M University Viewbook opens the window on a broader perspective of our campus and community. Reaching out to several audiences, including prospective and current students, faculty, staff, administration, alumni and parents, past, present and future Aggies will find the answers and opportunities they seek. From academics to activities, from colleges to career aspirations, and campus life to commencement, the Viewbook is a valuable and resourceful tool for Texas A&M University.

Transfer Guide


The Transfer Guide not only gives a detailed look at Texas A&M, it guides prospective students through the transfer admissions application process and outlines the academic preparations necessary for admission.

International Guide


The International Guide provides the prospective international Aggie with comprehensive steps to guide the student through the international admissions process at Texas A&M University.

Now That You're Admitted | Freshman


The Now That You're Admitted brochures (Freshman | Transfer) provide information about the essential steps an admitted student must complete as part of the enrollment process - specifically accepting admission and registering for a New Student Conference.  These booklets also contain information that will help admitted students prepare for their first semester at Texas A&M University.

Now That You're Admitted | Transfer


Texas A&M and You

Texas A&M and You

Texas A&M and You provides the prospective Aggie with a checklist for his/her junior and senior year of high school and emphasizes comprehensive steps including "How to Apply" and "Scholarships & Financial Aid" information to guide the student through the admissions process at Texas A&M University.

What You Need to Know

What You Need to Know

What You Need to Know provides important deadlines, admission requirements, steps for applying for scholarships, and financial aid in a condensed format.

Program for System Admission (PSA)

Program for System Admission

The Program for System Admission (PSA) is an alternative admission program for most students who are not offered freshman admission to Texas A&M University. PSA provides students the opportunity to attend a Texas A&M University System Institution with the goal of enrolling at Texas A&M University in College Station after one year.



AGGIE contains information that appeals to the future Aggie – beginning in middle school and continuing through junior high and above. AGGIE provides a snapshot of Texas A&M University, highlighting everything from Aggie traditions, sports, summer and youth-oriented programs and answers the age-old question "What is an Aggie?"

Parent Guide

Parent Guide

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The Parent Guide shares valuable information about Texas A&M and guides parents through the admissions application process.