A. R. Sanchez, Jr. School of Business

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Freshmen Students
A person having earned a high school diploma, GED, or who is in the process of completing high school credits within two (2) semesters, but not having more than thirty (30) college semester hours of credit, is considered an entering freshman.

To be admitted as an entering freshman, an applicant must meet the following requirements and submit required documents to the Office of Recruitment and School Relations

  • Application for Undergraduate Admission
    A copy of the application form can be downloaded from the following link:
    TAMIU Application Form
    or
    An application may also be submitted online through the
    Texas Common Application Web Site

  • Official High School Transcript showing rank in class or Official GED passing scores
    Final acceptance will be granted upon submission of official transcript showing the official date of graduation and completion of high school credits. Official transcript must be sent directly from the institution attended.

  • Official College/University transcript(s)
    Transcript(s) must be sent directly from each institution attended, if any college credit has been earned. A minimum overall grade point average of 2.000 is required.

  • The Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) or the American College Testing (ACT) scores
    SAT or ACT scores should not be older than three (3) years prior to enrollment. Applicants who have graduated from high school three (3) or more years prior to the anticipated date of enrollment may opt to take the University administered COMPASS exam.

    SAT/ACT score parameters can be viewed at the following address:
    http://www.tamiu.edu/affairs/enroll/admission.shtml in step 3 of "Procedures for U.S. Students"

    Students with scores lower than 860 on the SAT and 18 on the ACT will be required to participate in the First Year Student Success Program during the first semester of enrollment.

    TAMIU's institutional codes are:
    SAT-0359 or ACT-4215


  • Legal Residence Information Form
    This form must be completed by students who are claiming Texas residency, but were either not born in Texas or have lived outside of the State for the past 12 months.
    ( Residency Form )

  • TOEFL test scores
    Test scores must be received directly from ETS if applicant does not have one year of full-time academic studies at an accredited U.S. institution. TOEFL test must be dated within two years of applicantís intended semester of enrollment. TAMIUís institution code is 6838.

  • Highschool credits required

      SUBJECT    CREDITS
    English (I, II, III, IV)    4 Units
    Mathematics (Algebra I and II, Geometry)    3 Units
    Science - any two science courses    2 Units
    Social Studies - any three social studies courses    3 Units
    Computer Technology    1 Unit
    The following units are recommended    *
    Foreign Language    2 Units
    Fine Arts    1 Unit
All Application material for Freshmen enrollment must be sent to the following address:
Office of Recruitment and School Relations
Student Center Room 126
Texas A&M International University
5201 University Boulevard
Laredo, TX. 78041-1900

Telephone (956) 326-2770 Toll Free: 1-888-4TX-AMIU (489-2648)
Fax (956) 326-2269

All students (Freshmen, Concurrent, and Transfer) must meet
Texas Success Initiative (TSI) requirements before enrollment.

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Concurrent Enrollment for High School Students
Qualified high school students in 11th and 12th grade may seek early admission to Texas A&M International University for the purpose of gaining credits in university-level classes.

A concurrent student may not enroll at Texas A&M International University for more than six (6) credit hours each long semester or three (3) credit hours each summer session and must maintain a 2.0 or higher grade point average based on a 4.0 scale in order to continue in subsequent semesters.

To be admitted as a concurrent student, an applicant must meet the following requirements and submit required documents to the Office of Recruitment and School Relations.

  • Application for Concurrent Admission
    This application must include a signed authorization from the applicant's high school counselor. Application should include signature of parent on the Parental Permission statement provided in the application.
    A copy of the application form can be downloaded from the following link:
    Concurrent Application Form

  • Official High School Transcript
    Transcript must show completion of the sophomore year with at least an 85 out of 100 grade average for all coursework completed in high school. Copy of current schedule of classes must be attached to transcript. Official transcript must be sent directly from the high school being attended.

  • Official College/University transcript(s)
    Transcript(s) must be sent directly from each institution attended, if any college credit has been earned. A minimum overall grade point average of 2.0 is required.

  • Legal Residence Information Form
    This form must be completed by students who are claiming Texas residency, but were either not born in Texas or have lived outside of the State for the past 12 months.
    ( Residency Form )

  • TOEFL test scores
    Test scores must be received directly from ETS if applicant does not have one year of full-time academic studies at an accredited U.S. institution. TOEFL test must be dated within two years of applicantís intended semester of enrollment. TAMIUís institution code is 6838.

  • Concurrently enrolled students who have failed any section of the Texas Higher Education Assessment (THEA), may not take college level courses related to the sections of the test that have not been passed
All Application material for Concurrent Enrollment must be sent to the following address:
Office of Recruitment and School Relations
Student Center Room 126
Texas A&M International University
5201 University Boulevard
Laredo, TX. 78041-1900

Telephone (956) 326-2770 Toll Free: 1-888-4TX-AMIU (489-2648)
Fax (956) 326-2269

All students (Freshmen, Concurrent, and Transfer) must meet
Texas Success Initiative (TSI) requirements before enrollment.

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Transfer Students
A student entering Texas A&M International University at the sophomore (30 to 59 hours), junior (60 to 89 hours) or senior (90 or more hours) level from an accredited college or university is considered a transfer student.

To be admitted as a transfer student, an applicant must submit the following information to the Office of Admissions

  • Application for Undergraduate Admission
    A copy of the application form can be downloaded from the following link:
    TAMIU Application Form
    or
    An application may also be submitted online through the
    Texas Common Application Web Site

  • Official College/University transcript(s)
    Transcript(s) must be sent directly from each institution attended. A minimum overall grade point average of 2.0 is required. Even though a grade below "C" will be calculated into the grade point average, it will not be used to satisfy degree requirements.

  • Legal Residence Information Form
    This form must be completed by students who are claiming Texas residency, but were either not born in Texas or have lived outside of the State for the past 12 months.
    ( Residency Form )

  • TOEFL test scores
    Test scores must be received directly from ETS if applicant does not have one year of full-time academic studies at an accredited U.S. institution. TOEFL test must be dated within two years of applicantís intended semester of enrollment. TAMIUís institution code is 6838.

  • Concurrently enrolled students who have failed any section of the Texas Higher Education Assessment (THEA), may not take college level courses related to the sections of the test that have not been passed
All Application material for Transfer enrollment must be sent to the following address:
Office of Admissions
Killam Library Building Room 155
Texas A&M International University
5201 University Boulevard
Laredo, TX. 78041-1900, U.S.A.

Telephone (956) 326-2200 :: Fax (956) 326-2199

All students (Freshmen, Concurrent, and Transfer) must meet
Texas Success Initiative (TSI) requirements before enrollment.

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Registration

Students who are officially admitted to the University may register for courses. A registration period is held for each academic semester and for each summer session. Registration dates are posted on the Universityís Academic Calendar or on the SSB Home Page

Class schedules may be viewed for terms in active registration periods through the TAMIU Class Schedules. This link will also provide pertinent information on the semester academic calendar, deadlines for payment, methods of payment, etc.

Freshmen
First time freshmen should call the Office of Recruitment & School Relations for an advising appointment at (956)326-2270.

New Transfers
New transfers should call the Registrarís Office at (956)326-2247 for an appointment with the Degree Audit Specialist to review the degree plan. The Degree Audit Specialist will review the degree plan to make sure all course equivalencies have been entered.

After meeting with the Registrarís Office please call the A.R. Sanchez, Jr. School of Business, SSB, to set up an appointment with the Undergraduate Advisor (Appointments may not be made via e-mail.)
For an appointment, call or go to:

 
All SSB Majors   WHT 218    (956) 326-2759
ACC/ECO/FIN/MKT Majors   WHT 203    (956) 326-2490
MIS/BA/MGT Majors   PH 304    (956) 326-2486
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5201 University Boulevard, Laredo, TX 78041-1900 Work956.326.2100