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General Policies

All questions on the application for admission must be answered fully. Failure to answer all questions correctly and completely is grounds for rejection of application, withdrawal of any offer of acceptance, cancellation of enrollment, or appropriate disciplinary action. The Application for Admission Form requires students to provide a Social Security Number (SSN). If an applicant does not already have a SSN, one must be obtained from the nearest Social Security Administration Office. The student's signature on the application form is required to certify information as true and correct. A student identification number will be assigned to each student to use, in lieu of a Social Security Number, for University services.

All required official transcript(s) from college/university or high school must be requested from each individual institution attended. Official transcripts must be certified by a school official, have the school seal, and be sent by the institution directly in a sealed envelope to the Office of Admissions. International students need foreign official transcript(s) to be translated to English. Failure to list on the application form all institutions attended and to submit official transcripts required is grounds for rejection of application, withdrawal of any offer of acceptance, cancellation of enrollment, or appropriate disciplinary action.

All required test scores must be mailed directly from the testing service. SAT, ACT, and TAAS scores may be reported on an official high school transcript. Some test scores are only valid for a certain period of time; for more information verify guidelines stated on specific test scores.

Submit required documents to:

Office of Admissions
Texas A&M International University
University Success Center 129
5201 University Boulevard
Laredo, Texas 78041-1900
Tel: (956) 326-2200
Fax: (956) 326-2199
Undergraduate students pursuing a degree in nursing, music or seeking teacher certification are required to apply for program admission to their desired program. The Office of Admissions only grants admission to the university, and not to a specific program.