Apply for Admissions
Complete the online application for admission for the Texas A&M University-San Antonio at www.applytexas.org.
Submit official transcripts from all prior universities or colleges attended, as well as military transcripts. Transcripts should not be dated more than one year old from the print date on the transcript.
Transcripts should be sent to:
Texas A&M University-San Antonio
Office of Admissions
One University Way
San Antonio, TX 78224
Admission to the University does not guarantee admission to specific departments. The School of Arts & Sciences, School of Business, and School of Education & Kinesiology have separate specific admission requirements.
Pay non-refundable $15 application fee.
Fall Semester: August 20th
Spring Semester: January 10th
Summer I Semester & 10 Week Session: June 1st
Summer II Semester: July 1st
*Please Note: No applications will be accepted after the deadline dates.
Submit official transcripts from ALL other universities and colleges attended. (Transcripts must not be over one year old from transcript print date.) Coursework taken at other colleges/universities will be converted into Texas A&M University-San Antonio equivalents where appropriate.
Completion of 45 academic transferable hours from institutions that are fully approved by the appropriate regional accrediting agency.
Cumulative G.P.A. of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale
Texas State Initiative (TSI) requirements must be met. (College Ready in English, Math, and Reading)
Must be eligible to return to all previously attended colleges or universities.
*Please note: Applications will not be evaluated until all transcripts from previous colleges/universities are received.
Admission Requirements for Transient Students
The non-degree/transient category of admission is designed for students who are attending another college or university and want to enroll at Texas A&M University-San Antonio for one or two courses and are not interested in pursuing a degree at Texas A&M University-San Antonio. Transient students:
are admitted only for one semester at a time. If continued enrollment is desired, students must follow the appropriate admission application procedures.
are not eligible for financial assistance.
must show proof of TSI compliance.
must show proof of having completed at least 45 semester credit hours.
Students applying as Transient must submit a completed Application for Admission, official copy of their most recent transcript and the $15 application fee according to the Admissions deadlines. If your most recent transcript does not meet all requirements, then all official transcripts from every institution attended will be required.
Former students who have had a break in enrollment of more than one year at this university must update their records and submit a readmission application to the Office of Admissions prior to being given permission to register. Those who have taken college work at another institution and who are in good academic standing at that institution must request that official transcripts be sent to the Office of Admissions. Permission to register will be granted if a student is in good standing (a 2.0 overall grade point average) and the readmission application is submitted to the Office of Admissions. If work from former institutions is evaluated after readmission and it is determined that the student's transfer grade point average is below 2.0, the student will be deemed ineligible to continue.
Texas A&M University-San Antonio (TAMU-SA) and Alamo Colleges (AC) have created the TEAMSA program, designed to facilitate degree completion for AC students who have chosen to pursue a Bachelor’s degree at TAMU-SA.
The program streamlines the transfer of credit between the institutions as students complete both an Associate’s degree at an AC campus and a Bachelor’s degree at TAMU-SA.
The program supports both traditional transfer from the community college to the university level as well as offers a co-enrollment option for students.
On hand to sign the agreement formalizing the program were Texas A&M University Chancellor, Dr. Michael D. Kinney, M.D., Alamo Colleges Chancellor, Dr. Bruce H. Leslie, and TAMU-SA President, Dr. Maria Hernandez Ferrier.
Currently or have attended an Alamo College
Cumulative G.P.A. of 2.0 on a 4.0 scale
Completed 30+ hours (Please note, developmental (remedial), vocational, and technical courses do not count towards these hours)
Texas State Initiative (TSI) requirements must be met (College Ready in English, Math, and Reading)
Note: TEAMSA Co-Enrollment Option (Option 2):
Be Advised: Students whose intial application was denied soley on not meeting the 45 hours but do have a minimum of 30 academic hours have the option to do a TEAMSA Agreement Option 2. Please note, if a student participates in the TEAMSA agreement, they will have a hold placed on their account ("TEAMSA-Need Updated Transcript") and will not be able to register for the following semester. Admissions needs an updated Alamo Colleges transcript at the end of each semester that you are still working up to the 45 hours. Once you have satisfied the admission requirement (45 academic hours), your TEAMSA hold will be removed.
International Admissions / International Affairs
Students must submit: all foreign transcripts (must be evaluated by a Credential Evaluation Service) and TOEFL scores to the Office of Admissions. Please see International Admissions Handout for guidance.
Students should contact Sylvia Medel, Director of International Affairs & Rights/Responsibilities, at (210) 784-1308 or InternationalOffice@tamusa.tamus.edu for information on submitting additional documentation such as financial statements, immigration documents and transfer-in form (if you are already in the U.S.).
Click “International Affairs” to visit webpage.
Advisor Contact Information
Please contact the Advising Office, to schedule an appointment/check availability.