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Freshman Students

Dual & Concurrent Enrollment

If you could earn college credit while you're still in high school, why wouldn't you? Get a head start of college. Whether you are taking classes at your high school or at Texas A&M University-Texarkana, you will get high school and college credit. Admissions requirements get more and more competitive every year. Taking university courses while still in high school can show the admissions officers how serious you are about your studies. Typical dual enrollment courses are taken at your high school. If you are interested in dual enrollment you must complete an application through applytexas.org and submit an dual application form.

Concurrent enrollment allows high school students the opportunity to enroll in courses at Texas A&M University-Texarkana for educational enrichment. The purpose of the program is to provide a taste of college life and earn college credits.

What is the difference between dual and concurrent enrollment? High school concurrent enrollment program allows you to take courses at Texas A&M University-Texarkana while dual enrollment program provides courses at your high school campus. 

Texas A&M-Texarkana University Admissions Standards

A freshman applicant must meet one of the following to be eligible for admission to the university.

 

2013 2014 Academic Year

Automatic Admissions

 
Class Rank
SAT Composite Score
ACT Composite Score
Top 10%** No minimum;
must submit all checklist items
No minimum;
must submit all checklist items
Top Quarter (25%) No minimum;
must submit all checklist items
No minimum;
must submit all checklist items
  Full admissions  
2nd Quartile (26-50) 890 19
3rd Quartile (51-75) 930 20
4th quartile (76-100) 971 21

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