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Other Admission Types

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  • Texas State's Early Admission Program offers local high school juniors and seniors the opportunity to take courses at Texas State while still in high school. The program may be for you if you have a B average (or higher) and meet or exceed the university's freshman assured admission requirements. PSAT scores will be used in lieu of SAT or ACT scores until they become available. You will be required to submit a letter of recommendation from your high school counselor or principal. All usual freshman priority dates apply. For more information contact Anni Judkins, Assistant Director.

    Students admitted under this option are considered non-degree seeking and are not eligible for financial aid. After high school graduation, those students wishing to continue at Texas State in degree-seeking status must reapply and submit their final high school transcript.

  • Applicants who have been out of high school for at least three years and have 0-29 transferable credit hours may be considered for admission on an individual basis. Applicants must submit an official high school transcript validating high school graduation or GED completion certificate. The high school transcript or GED certificate, college transcript(s), application including one essay (Topic C) and information on extracurricular activities, and the $75 application fee must be submitted by the appropriate priority date. No test score is required for admission review, but test score submission is recommended.

  • Students who receive a Fine Arts or Athletic Scholarship and are recommended for admission by the Dean of the College of Fine Arts and Communication or the Director of Athletics, but do not meet Assured, Admission Review or Individual Review admission requirements, may be granted admission to Texas State. Freshman students admitted under the Special Talent Program must rank in the top three quarters of their high school class. Transfer students must have a minimum 2.00 cumulative GPA. The university president may authorize exceptions to this policy.