Undergraduate Admissions

Whether you’re interested in applying for admission, you need to complete your college admission application, or you’ve received your acceptance letter and are ready to take the next steps to become a Tarleton Texan, we’re here to help. Find information on how to apply to the university, college admission requirements, application deadlines and more. We’ll also point you in the right direction for information on tuition and fees, financial aid and scholarships, residence life and housing, dining services and meal plans, academic programs and campus life.

Admission to the Texas A&M University System and any of its sponsored programs, including Tarleton, is open to qualified individuals, regardless of race, color, religion, sex, national origin or educationally unrelated disabilities. Become a Tarleton Texan today!

How to apply for college admission in 3 easy steps:

  1. Complete the Tarleton Admission Application
  2. Pay a $50 non-refundable application fee online or in person.
  3. Submit official high school or college transcripts and test scores (if applicable). Tarleton’s SAT code is 6817. Tarleton’s ACT code is 4204. 

What is Undergraduate Admissions?

Our professional team of admission counselors and staff are helpful and knowledgeable. We apply the standards set by Academic Standards, including general college admission requirements, for our incoming students, make acceptance decisions and handle admissions forms processing. We also provide personalized, step-by-step guidance in answering any questions you have to ensure you feel welcome, comfortable and confident in choosing Tarleton for your education and university experience.

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Tarleton’s Net Price Calculator

This calculator will help you estimate your financial aid opportunities and your cost to attend Tarleton.

On-Demand Events

Watch past virtual events at any time to learn more about popular topics and get answers to common questions. Our most popular past events include:

  • Admission Application Workshops
  • Paying for College Q & A Series
  • FAFSA Application Workshops
  • On-Campus Living Q & A
  • Current Student Panels
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Why Apply for Admission?

Guiding you through the college application process, Undergraduate Admissions helps you prepare for your future — starting with Tarleton.

Admission Requirements Based on Student Type

  • First-time Freshman: If you are about to graduate or have already graduated from high school or you earned your GED and you have not yet attended a post-secondary institution for one long semester (i.e., fall or spring), we consider you a first-time freshman. If you earned college credits before graduating from high school (dual credit) or took courses immediately after graduating from high school (during the summer), we also consider you a first-time freshman.
  • International Freshman: If you attended a high school in the United States with a visa or have graduated from a high school in another country, we consider you an international freshman.
  • Transfer Students: If you completed transferable credit at the college level from a regionally accredited institution during a fall or spring semester after graduating high school or receiving a GED, we consider you a transfer student.
  • Active Military and Veterans: If you are currently serving or have served in the military, we thank you for your service and consider you a transfer student.
  • International Transfers: If you are transferring to Tarleton with credit from a higher educational institution in either the United States with a visa or from another country, we consider you an international transfer student.
  • Post-Baccalaureate: If you have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution in the United States and are in good standing at all schools previously attended but you are not seeking a master’s degree or professional certification, we consider you a post-baccalaureate student.

What Student Services May Be of Interest During the Admissions Process?