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Transfer Admission Requirements

Transfer applicants must be eligible to enroll at all colleges or universities previously attended.

In order to be considered for admission, you must meet the following admission requirements:

  • any post secondary transferable credit in a full term (Fall or Spring) after high school/GED completion.  If a student only attends the summer term immediately following high school completion they will still be considered a freshman and;
  • 2.0 grade point average (GPA) or higher


To begin the admissions process:

  • Apply Online
  • Pay the $30 application fee
    • This fee is non-refundable
    • You can pay at the time you submit your application or mail in a check to the university
    •  If paying by check or money order, make payable to Texas A&M University – Texarkana; include your (student’s) full name, application term, and ID number
  • Send us all official college transcripts
    • You must submit official transcripts from ALL colleges and universities attended.
    • An official transcript bears the original signature of a school official and/or an official school seal.
    • Must be received in a sealed envelope either from the issuing institution or hand delivered and/or electronically via SPEEDE, eScript-SAFE, Parchment, or National Student Clearing House. Emailed transcripts will not be accepted as an official document. Please note that unofficial transcripts will not be accepted.
  • Additional Items
    •   Military transcript(s)
      •   Some of the courses taken while serving in the military may be applicable to certain degree plans.
    •   Proof of credit awarded by examination
      •   Submit proof of credit earned through Advanced Placement (AP), College Level Examination Program (CLEP), International Baccalaureate Diploma (IBD), or other.


Official transcripts should be sent to:

Texas A&M University-Texarkana
Office of Admissions
7101 University Avenue
Texarkana, TX 75503

Undergraduate Denied Admissions Appeal

Undergraduate students that do not meet our regular admissions standards have the opportunity to appeal their denied admission decision.  All appeals must be complete; incomplete submissions will not be processed or sent to the admissions appeal committee. 

Admissions Appeal

FAQ about Admissions Appeals

Who can appeal: Any undergraduate student that has been denied admission to the university.

How do I appeal: 
The applicant must submit their appeal in writing via the online form. All supporting documentation must be included in its entirety to be considered. When you sign the online form you are not only agreeing to the terms of the appeal but also you are affirming all information required is attached. INCOMPLETE APPEALS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED.

When should I appeal: 
You may appeal your admission decision immediately after we have denied you admission to the university and you have been notified of that decision. All applicants will be notified by US mail. Your completed appeal must be received 15 business days before the first day of class.

What should I add to my appeal:

  • Letter of appeal detailing
    • Any new academic or personal information pertaining to your appeal
    • Any extenuating circumstances (e.g. hospitalization, military service, family crisis, hardship)
    • Reason for reconsideration
    • Information that clearly shows the student to be better prepared for success at the University level.
  • Any supporting documentation that substantiates your appeal
  • Letter of Recommendation (Optional)

How long will it take to learn the outcome of my appeal: Your completed appeal will be processed within 10 business days after it has been received. The process may include a face-to-face meeting with a Dean or Dean’s designee.

Important Information:

  • Documentation must show verifiable evidence supporting the justification for the appeal.
  • The appeal process is limited to admission to the university only; it does not guarantee admission to a particular program of study.
  • All students whose appeal is approved will be admitted on probation and will be required to sign a Learning Contract. If the student fails to achieve an institutional GPA of 2.0 or higher at the end of the first semester, the student will be placed on academic suspension for a period of one year and will be ineligible to re-enroll until such time period has lapsed.
  • This is an academic appeal ONLY and approval of an academic appeal does not guarantee that the student will be eligible to receive financial aid. Financial aid appeals are considered separately from academic appeals
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  • Texarkana, TX 75503
  • p: 903.223.3000
  • f: 903.223.3104
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