Helpful Admissions Links
Texas A&M University’s Office of Admissions processes all admissions paperwork and also provides information.
The Office of Graduate Studies at Texas A&M provides helpful information regarding requirements for graduate degree candidates as well as pertinent information regarding prospective students. The site also includes information on the Bryan/College Station area, student life, and important graduate student forms.
The Texas A&M University student population is comprised of a diverse group of students that includes more than 4,700 international students from nearly 130 nations. International Student Services (ISS) administers a wide variety of services to the international community of Texas A&M. The mission of ISS is to facilitate international students’ admittance to the United States, to assist international students’ transition to life in the United States and at Texas A&M, to promote interactions between the U.S. and international populations, and to provide services necessary to meet the special needs of international students.
Facts and information about Texas’ first public institution of higher education. With a current student body of more than 50,000 and a physical campus of more than 5,200 acres, Texas A&M is also among the nation's largest universities. There’s much to learn about A&M and the Spirit of Aggieland.
Scholarships & Financial Aid
In addition to several departmental scholarships and assistantships available through the program, Texas A&M’s Scholarships & Financial Aid office provides information regarding scholarship opportunities, applying for financial aid, finding a job on or off campus, managing finances, and other resources.
Cost of Attendance
A tuition and fee calculator can be found at the Student Business Services website. Additionally, the cost of attendance (COA) is calculated with college tuition as well as basic living expenses too. That estimate is found on the Scholarships & Financial Aid website.