How to Apply
Apply now for 2022!
For all 2022 terms, Texas State University will not require SAT or ACT test scores for students ranked in the top 75% of their high school classes for admission to the university, application to the Honors College, or for consideration for Assured and Competitive Scholarships.
Additional information and updates related to COVID-19 may be found on our FAQ page.
Ready to Apply?
You are considered a freshman student if you plan to attend Texas State the semester after high school graduation (not including summer sessions) regardless of how many dual credit or transferable college credits you've earned.
Some majors and programs, like the McCoy College of Business Administration, have entry requirements that must be completed in addition to receiving admission to the university.
Upcoming Priority Dates
It is important that you submit required documents before the priority date for full consideration.
|Spring 2022||Summer 2022||Fall 2022|
Spring 2022November 15
Summer 2022March 1, 2022
Fall 2022March 1, 2022
Send your high school transcript
Your high school's counseling office can send your transcript directly to us. Ask your school counselor for assistance. Your transcript must include your class rank or a statement from your school that says it does not rank.
NOTE: Copies are currently being accepted by email.
Pay the application fee (Eligible students may receive a fee waiver)
Pay your nonrefundable $75 application fee. Fee waivers are available to students who qualify based on need.
Send college transcripts (if applicable)
If you have completed or are taking any dual credit or dual enrollment college courses, send us your official transcript(s).
Send your SAT or ACT scores*
Take the ACT or SAT and have your scores sent to Texas State. Our ACT code number is 4178 and our SAT code number is 6667. New test scores can be sent as they become available. We will take the highest composite score from one test date.
*Scores not required for 2022 for students in the top 75% of their class.