Non-Degree Seeking Students

Admission is intended for applicants with a high school diploma (with the exception of high school concurrent enrollment participants). This includes:

  • Applicants completing established Texas A&M University requirements for teacher or other certification.
  • Local residents or University employees taking courses on a part-time basis.  
  • Applicants completing a prescribed set of courses as preparation for application to graduate studies or professional programs (i.e., medical school, veterinary school, law school or CPA exam). 
  • Others as deemed appropriate by the Office of Admissions and Records and the college or program of admission. 
  • Summer transient students.

Additional requirements to complete an undergraduate non-degree application: 

  • A statement explaining why enrollment at Texas A&M is desired. 
  • A complete, official transcript showing high school graduation or the highest and latest collegiate course work attempted or completed. 
  • Additional information presented in the application may be considered. 

Priority is given to qualified applicants for their initial bachelor’s degree; therefore, non-degree admission may be limited or not available. 

Non Degree Seeking Students must submit:

  1. APPLICATION > ApplyTexas.org 
  2. ESSAY

    Topic A - required

    PREFERRED > submit through ApplyTexas
    OTHER METHOD: upload through the Applicant Information System (AIS)
    Emailed copies will NOT be accepted.
     
  3. $75 PROCESSING FEE (nonrefundable/subject to change)

    PREFERRED > pay through ApplyTexas
    OTHER METHODS:
    • check by mail

    FEE WAIVER:
    • Checking the Fee Waiver box on the application is not sufficient.
    • Documentation of need from a financial aid advisor is required.
       
    PREFERRED > upload in AIS
    OTHER METHOD: mail
    Emailed copies will NOT be accepted.
     
  4. OFFICIAL COLLEGE TRANSCRIPT(s) from ALL schools previously attended.
    • Coursework from one college posted on the transcript of another is not acceptable.
       
    • College transcript(s) for dual/college credit earned in high school must be submitted.
       
    • Paper transcripts must be mailed in a sealed school envelope.
       
    • Faxed, scanned, photocopied or emailed copies are not acceptable.
       
    PREFERRED > electronic transcripts sent by SPEEDE
    OTHER METHODS:
    • mail
    • electronic transcripts sent by eSCRIP-SAFE, AVOW, and National Student Clearinghouse