Prospective and Admitted Undergraduate Student Resources
Navigating the admissions process can be quite daunting. Students have to understand all the documents required for admissions and the different ways the documents must be submitted. The Undergraduate Document Submission page provides instructions for sending official documents prior to admission and after admission to Texas A&M University.
The Texas A&M University SRAR is separate from the admissions application and can be linked to your application only after submitting the online application. A SRAR account can be created at any time. Once you have completed the SRAR and have access to the Applicant Information System, you must link your SRAR through ‘Documents Required for Admission’ checklist displayed in AIS.
All applicants must submit official transcripts from any enrollment at a college, post-secondary school, or university, including where you:
- Earned dual credit while in high school
- Earned credit that was then transferred to another institution
- Enrolled in courses but no credit was earned
Some colleges are able to submit transcripts electronically on your behalf using SPEEDE or Parchment. Connect with your institution's Registrar's Office to request an official transcript to be sent to us on your behalf.
Applicants can also request official transcripts be submitted via mail or hand-delivered to the Aggie One Stop; although mailing and hand-delivery are not preferred and may result in processing delays. We cannot accept transcripts submitted via email.
All transcripts in a language other than English must include an English translation or credential evaluation prepared by a recognized service and include all original seals and/or signatures.
Official records require the original school seal or an original signature of a school official (Registrar, Principal, Headmaster or Director of Student Records, Controller of Examinations, or the Ministry of Education).
Faxed or emailed copies of transcripts will not be accepted.
Texas A&M University requires transcripts from all schools attended.
International applicants that have not graduated from a secondary school, an official record or transcript (mark sheet) that shows all coursework starting with ninth grade through the end of eleventh grade can be uploaded through the AIS Page.
Applicants should also include copies of official final examinations taken at the end of secondary school programs, including external exams like General Certificate of Education (GCE) "O" and "A" level examinations.
For international applicants that have graduated from a secondary school, a final transcript that shows all coursework, date of graduation, diploma, leaving certificate, or official examination results must be sent through the mail or hand-delivered to the Aggie One Stop.
Students that complete the West African Examinations Council (WAEC) exam must provide the necessary information for Texas A&M to verify the WAEC results, typically a WAEC scratch card or results checker, by the application closing date.
Applicants will be required to submit official transcripts from all post-secondary (university and college-level) schools attended. Additionally, all official secondary or high school transcripts according to the education system of your country (generally the last three to four years of secondary education) will be required for your application.
Freshmen applicants may request a fee waiver by indicating their eligibility on the online application. A separate request form is not required, however, students may be required to submit documentation in support of a request.
Other undergraduate applicants may provide a copy of an award letter from their current institution showing a Pell Grant was awarded or a copy of the Student Aid Report (SAR) found within a current FAFSA. The information shown in the SAR will be reviewed to see if the applicant is eligible for a waiver. Note: The 2024/25 FAFSA replaces the SAR with the FAFSA Submission Summary (FSS). If you are providing information from the 2024/25 FAFSA, please provide the FSS to request a fee waiver.
Checking the fee waiver box on the application will not satisfy the fee waiver requirement.
Documentation can be uploaded through the My Documents tab in the Applicant Information System, which is accessible after a student submits an application.
International applicants are not eligible for a fee waiver.
Applicants are encouraged to pay the non-refundable processing fee through the Application.
Students who are unable to pay through the application can call the Fee Office - (979) 458-5155 and pay via credit card over the phone.
Test scores must be sent through the testing agency to be considered official. Students will be required to contact the testing agency and request the scores be sent to Texas A&M University - College Station.
SAT Code - 6003
ACT Code - 4198
Texas A&M University only accepts scores submitted electronically by the IELTS test center. No paper Test Report Forms will be accepted. Please contact the test center where you took the IELTS test and request that your test scores be sent electronically to Texas A&M University (College Station and Galveston). Please note: there may be multiple instances of Texas A&M University.
Tests should be taken at least eight weeks prior to the appropriate application deadline to ensure timely receipt and processing of results.
To report TOEFL scores:
Use code 6003 for reporting TOEFL scores to the Texas A&M University.