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Readmission Applicant Definition 

A former degree-seeking Texas A&M undergraduate student, who does not have a bachelor’s degree and who did not officially register for the previous semester (excluding summer sessions) at Texas A&M University.
 

Readmission for Students called to Military Duty

"Military duty" means any activity of a service member performing a duty under a lawful military order, including training.

Students who are called to military duty and have to step away from classes for training or temporary duty during a long semester, or are unable to attend a long semester, are required to submit a Readmission application, along with a copy of orders.  The copy of the orders will serve as a fee waiver for the application fee.

As long as the student left the university in good academic standing and is returning to the same major, readmission is granted most of the time.  If the student did not leave in good standing or applies for a different major, the application will have to go through the regular review process.


Readmission for students who need to do a Military Withdrawal Due to being Called to Active Military Service

"Active military service" means state active duty service, federally funded state active duty service, or federal active duty service. The term does not include service performed exclusively for training, such as basic combat training, advanced individual training, annual training, inactive duty training, and special training periodically made available to service members.

Withdrawal Due to Call-Up to Active Military Service - Information & instructions for students called to active military service is available on the Office of the Registrar website. 

Please note, upon your return, you are required to submit a Readmission application, along with a copy of orders.  The copy of the orders will serve as a fee waiver for the application fee.

As long as you left the university in good academic standing and are returning to the same major, readmission is granted most of the time.  If you did not leave in good standing or apply for a different major, the application will have to go through the regular review process.
 

How to Apply

UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

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

Required Documents

  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 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.
    • Fee Waiver
       
  3. Official Transcript. An official copy of each college transcript from institutions attended since the last enrollment at Texas A&M University. Transcripts are required as follows:
     
    Readmission Term Need Transcripts Through

    2021 Spring semester 2020 Summer session

    2021 Summer semester 2020 Fall semester

    2021 Fall semester 2020 Fall semester if applying by June 1
      2021 Spring semester if applying after June 1

       
  4. Essay. Statement explaining why readmission to Texas A&M is desired (recommended, not required).
     
  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.

 

Admissions Criteria

Admission decisions for Undergraduate Readmission are based on the following:

  • Grade Point Ratio (GPR) on Texas A&M coursework;
  • GPR on coursework since leaving Texas A&M;
  • desired major; and
  • information presented in the application.

If you were previously admitted but did not attend class through the official census date, you do not qualify for readmission and must apply as either a freshman or transfer student.

When to Apply

Spring 2021
application term
APPLICATION & REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
OPENS August 1, 2020
CLOSES November 1, 2020

 

Summer 2021
application term
APPLICATION & REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
OPENS January 1, 2021
CLOSES April 1, 2021

 

Fall 2021
application term
APPLICATION & REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
OPENS January 1, 2021
CLOSES July 1, 2021

 

Spring 2022
application term
APPLICATION & REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
OPENS August 1, 2021
CLOSES November 1, 2021
 

Students should not apply for readmission for the Summer and Fall terms in the same year.

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 by mail.

If you wish to submit your application fee by mail, please use the Office of Admissions Application Alternate Payment Form

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. Documents 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

Review Admits by College and Major
Admission decisions are made by each college and major and are competitive. Preference is given to the applicant with the highest grade point ratio (GPR) and the most courses completed in the Degree Plan for the major designated on the application.

Review Admits by Graduate Department
Graduate admission decisions are made by each of the individual Graduate Departments and are competitive; thus, you should contact the specific department or program prior to applying to discuss your intent to apply as a 'Readmit' student. The decision to admit an applicant to a program of study leading to a graduate degree is the shared responsibility of an academic department, an intercollegiate faculty (where applicable) and/or a college.

Deadlines

Graduate deadlines vary by major. 

How to Submit Your Documents

Supporting documents may be uploaded within the application system for review. 

If admited, send your official transcripts to: 

(U.S. Postal Service) 
Admissions Processing 
Office of Admissions 
Texas A&M University 
P.O. Box 40003 
College Station, TX 77842-4003 
 
(Overnight or Hand Delivery) 
Admissions Processing 
Texas A&M University 
General Services Complex 
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. CredentialsDocuments scheduled by overnight mail carriers for Saturday delivery will be delivered and accepted by the University on the next business day.

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