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Qualified high school students may enroll in university-level courses at TAMIU as a dual-enrollment student. High school freshman and sophomore students must undergo an admissions reviewing process by the Concurrent Admissions Committee. Concurrent students may not enroll in more than two university-level courses each long semester or summer session.

Concurrent Admission to Texas A&M International University is only granted for the semester for which students apply. Students who do not enroll for the semester for which they are approved should contact the Office of Recruitment and School Relations before attempting to enroll for another semester. A Concurrent Authorization Statement form must be submitted each subsequent semester and students must maintain a 2.0 or higher grade point average based on a 4.0 scale in order to continue in the program.

Earn College Credit While in High School!

  • Fulfill high school credits with University-level courses.
  • Meet requirements for the Distinguished Achievement Program.
  • Get a head start on your University education.
  • Obtain college credit while in high school.
  • Defray costs of tuition and fees by applying for Concurrent Admission Scholarship.
  • Experience college and learn from world-class professors!

Requirements

Apply for dual-credit or concurrent admission if you are interested in taking university-level coursework while in high school.

Submit ApplyTexas application.
  1. Submit official high school transcript with class rank and an average of 85 or higher.
  2. Attempt all sections of the TSI Placement Exam (i.e., Math, Reading, and Writing).
  3. Submit Concurrent Authorization Statement to the Office of Recruitment and School Relations.
  4. Apply for concurrent scholarship (included in the Concurrent Authorization Statement).

Note: For continuing concurrent students, the Concurrent Authorization Statement must be completed and submitted to the Office of Recruitment and School Relations.

Scholarship Deadlines

Fall
 —  August 15
Summer Sessions
 —  May 1
Spring
 —  December 1

Note: Any college/university transcripts other than TAMIU must be sent directly from each institution attended, if any college credit has been earned. A minimum overall grade point average of a 2.0 is required.


Contact the Office of Recruitment and School Relations
956.326.2270 | enroll@tamiu.edu
Senator Judith Zaffirini Student Success Center, Suite 130
5201 University Boulevard, Laredo, Texas 78041