Returning Student Admissions

Returning Student Admissions
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Are you a former student who had a break in enrollment of more than one year (3 semesters), at A&M-SA? Rejoin the Jaguar family and complete your undergraduate degree by applying today!

Readmission Process

  1. Go to  ApplyTexas  to create a profile and select the Readmit Undergraduate application to begin the process.
    • Prior to submitting the application, select “ fee waiver requested” to process the application for FREE.
    • *Fee waivers are only accepted under the Readmit Undergraduate application.
  2. Submit official transcripts if you meet either of the following circumstances:

    >  If you have taken college work at another institution since your last enrollment term with A&M-SA. 


    >  If your previously submitted transcripts are older than 5 years. 


    You may submit transcripts via one of the following methods:

    • EDI-Electronic Data Interchange (for Texas Colleges and Universities only)
    • Sent   directly from the prior institution  to the Admissions email:
    • By mail to:
      Texas A&M University-San Antonio
      Office of Admissions
      One University Way
      San Antonio, TX 78224
    • Other third-party vendors that deliver official transcripts to TAMUSA include: Parchment, National Student Clearinghouse, Greenlight, Scribbles, and e-Scrip Safe.

    *The university can only accept transfer credits from regionally accredited colleges and universities.

  3. Students who were previously placed on academic dismissal or enforced withdrawal, must also complete the academic reinstatement appeal process to proceed with readmission. Please contact the Office of Admissions with any questions regarding this portion of the application process.

  4. Complete the application for financial aid (FAFSA/TASFA). Although this is optional, many scholarships use this as a resource for eligibility. It can be completed prior to readmission to the university. 

    *Students on academic dismissal should contact the Office of Financial Aid for information on the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policy* 

Prior Balance

If you have a prior balance, please contact Student Business Services to discuss repayment options.


Academic Fresh Start

Please contact the Office of Admissions for questions regarding the process and requirements. 

Spring 2024

Priority Application Deadline - November 1

Final Application Deadline - December 1

Summer 2024

Priority Application Deadline - April 1

Final Application Deadline - July 5

Fall 2024

Priority Application Deadline - March 15

Final Application Deadline - June 30


Contact our Returning Student Coordinator

Elizabeth Tovar: / (210) 784-1457

Frequently Asked Questions

What majors do you offer?

Texas A&M University offers 30+ Academic Programs! Click on the button below to view the programs available.

How do I pay for college? And what resources do you offer at A&M-SA?

A&M-San Antonio has a Jaguar Excellence Guarantee to provide boundless opportunities to help you achieve your dreams. For all your paying for college needs, visit the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships office to deep dive into the funding available.

What credits will transfer over to Texas A&M University-San Antonio?

Create an account & access the Transfer Equivalency Tool to determine what courses from other college and universities will carry over into A&M-SA.

What are the admissions requirements?

After all your transcripts are in, your application will be evaluated for the following: above a 2.0 grade point average and must be eligible to return to all previously attended colleges or universities. If you've been placed on Enforced Withdrawal and have been readmitted to the university you also need to contact your program advisor for reinstatement.

Do you have any transfer guides that serve as a guide to what credit to take to transfer over in the future?

Yes, take a look at the Transfer Guides here for the current transfer partners list with details!

Do I need to be TSI ready?

Although not a requirement for admission to the University, transfer students must be TSI ready in all areas before they can register for 3000 and 4000 (junior and senior) level courses.Additionally, any transfer student admitted to the University who is not TSI ready in any of the three areas (math, reading, and writing) should meet with an Academic Advisor to determine the best course of action regarding coursework and TSI testing.