Any student who has previously attended A&M-Central Texas and is returning after an absence of one or more long semesters is considered a returning student. Returning students who have not enrolled at any other college or university since last attending A&M-Central Texas will be readmitted to the university. Returning students who have enrolled at another college or university since last attending A&M-Central Texas must meet all general admission requirements.
Regardless of the reason for the absence, returning students must follow the below steps in order to be considered for readmission to the university:
- Complete and submit an undergraduate application via applytexas.org.
- Pay the $30 nonrefundable application fee via your electronic application or pay by cash, check, money order, or credit card to the Business Office.
- Submit official transcripts from every institution since lasted enrolled at A&M-Central Texas.
Readmission after Academic Suspension
Students who leave the university due to academic suspension may reapply and be readmitted post suspension. If admitted, returning students must meet with the Undergraduate Academic Advising Office. If the full length of suspension has elapsed, then the returning student’s academic standing is updated to “warning,” and the student will be permitted to continue enrollment. Returning students who have reapplied without serving the full length of the suspension must petition to re-enroll in coursework by following the general suspension appeal process. Admission after suspension is not a guarantee of enrollment, and a refund of the application fee will not be granted should the suspension appeal be denied.