Undergraduate Categories of Admission
Students who meet all undergraduate admission requirements at the time of application (minimum of 30 academic college-level transferable semester hours, minimum 2.0 cumulative transfer GPA, and eligible to return to all previously attended institutions) are granted full admission.
Non-Degree Seeking Admission
Non-degree seeking admission is available to applicants who do not plan to seek a degree from A&M-Central Texas, but intend to attend for more than one semester (non-degree seeking statement required). Applicants must meet the general admission requirements and, if admitted, are not eligible for financial assistance.
A student who is attending another college or university and seeks to enroll at A&M-Central Texas (Transient Student Contract required) for one semester only does so under transient admission. Students must complete an ApplyTexas Application (for transient admission) and submit an official transcript from their current institution of enrollment. The applicant must be in good academic standing at the current institution of enrollment and, if admitted, is not eligible for financial assistance. Transient admission is typically restricted to summer or one long semester, and students must reapply each semester. Students admitted as transient students who later wish to pursue a degree at A&M-Central Texas may do so; however, they must complete the regular admission process and meet all general admission requirements.
Students who have a prior bachelor’s degree from an accredited U.S. institution and are eligible to return to all previously attended institutions may seek post-baccalaureate admission. Post-baccalaureate students may work on a subsequent bachelor's degree or teaching certification. To be considered for post- baccalaureate admission, students must complete an ApplyTexas application and submit an official transcript from all previously attended institutions. Applicants must meet general admission requirements. Note: Undergraduate academic standards apply to post-baccalaureate students.