Transcripts & Test Scores    

All incoming students must submit official transcripts and test scores according to the requirements for their academic program. New students who fail to do so will not be able to enroll in courses until all outstanding documents have been received. Official transcripts and test scores that do not match the information entered on the admissions application may result in the reconsideration of the admissions offer.

  • Master’s and doctoral degree programs: students must submit official transcripts from all senior-level institutions attended
  • Master of Maritime Business Administration and Logistics Program: Applicants are no longer required to submit official GMAT scores except for international students who intend to use GMAT to satisfy English proficiency requirements.
  • Maritime Business Administration Graduate Certificate program: Students must submit an official transcript showing a bachelor’s degree awarded. No GMAT scores are required.

Please read below for detailed instructions on sending official transcripts and test scores to TAMUG.


What qualifies as an official final transcript?
  • To be considered official, a paper transcript must arrive at TAMUG unopened in its original envelope. The document must also bear the seal and signature of the college or university registrar. Once a transcript is opened by someone other than a designated TAMUG staff member, it is considered unofficial.
  • An electronic transcript is considered official if it is transmitted from the registrar’s office of a college or university directly to TAMUG. If the transcript is forwarded from the student to TAMUG, it will be considered unofficial.
  • Faxed, scanned, or photocopied transcripts are considered unofficial.
  • Students sending transcripts from countries outside the United States should refer to the International Transcripts section below for special requirements and delivery instructions.
How to send official U.S. transcripts
  • The records or registrar’s office of each institution you attended should have instructions for ordering official transcripts on their website or contact information for assistance. Former TAMU and TAMUG students do not need to send official TAMU or TAMUG transcripts.
  • Electronic transmission is the fastest and preferred method for sending official transcripts. Transcripts can be sent by the following services:
    • SPEEDE
    • National Student Clearinghouse
  • Students may also mail official transcripts to
Student Enrollment Services
Texas A&M University at Galveston
P.O. Box 1675
Galveston, Texas 77553
International transcripts
  • New students should send official transcripts and/or diplomas from each international college or university attended directly to the College Station campus.
  • Please visit College Station’s International Graduate Admissions page under Required Documents for detailed requirements and instructions.

Test Scores

New students must send official score reports for all required entrance exams such as GMAT, GRE, TOEFL, IELTS, et al. in order to enroll in classes.

What qualifies as an official score report?
What qualifies as an official score report?

To be considered official, score reports must be transmitted directly to TAMUG from the testing agency. Emailed, scanned, faxed, and photocopied exam scores are considered unofficial.

When ordering score reports for GRE or GMAT exams, search for Galveston or use the institution codes below:

  • GRE: 6835
  • GMAT: 7B7-RV-76 for the onsite MBAA program or 7B7-RV-67 for the online MBAA program
What exams satisfy English language proficiency?
What exams satisfy English language proficiency?
  • New students whose native language is not English undergo English language proficiency verification to register for classes.
  • Incoming students offered a teaching assistantship must undergo English language proficiency certification to teach courses at TAMUG.
  • Please click here for more details.