The application process differs for U.S. residents and international students. Admission is open to all eligible persons interested in pursuing ESL or foreign language studies for personal or professional growth.
U.S. Citizen or Permanent Resident Alien Applicants:
Fall Semester: January 1 or after
Spring Semester: May 1 or after
Summer Session I: October 1 or after
(*Amount differs for Mexican commuter students.)
For more information visit the Academic Health Plans website: https://www.academichealthplans.com/tamiu/2013-2014/ should you have any questions, please contact the office of Student Affairs at 956-326-2282 or by e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org.
International students transferring from an institution in the United States must submit the following additional documents:
NOTE: Upon completion of the application process, successful applicants will be issued an I-20. Immigration documents such as passport, I-94 and I-20 ID must be carried at all times. This is in compliance with the Immigration and Nationality Act, December 24, 1952, Section 264(e). International Students are required to report any change in status immediately to the University Foreign Student Advisor. For more information contact the Student Affairs Office- International Student Services at 326-2282 or at the office located in Student Center 226.