What is RELLIS?
The RELLIS Academic Alliance is a University System Center, that allows multiple Texas A&M System institutions and agencies, including Tarleton State University as well as the Blinn College District, to offer selective degree and certificate programs in one location. The RELLIS Campus is not a university, students will enroll in one of the A&M System regional universities that are offering programs on-site, similar to an academic satellite campus. RELLIS stands for the six Texas A&M Aggies’ core values: respect, excellence, leadership, loyalty, integrity, and selfless service.
Where is RELLIS located?
The RELLIS Campus is located in Bryan, Texas, on a 2,000-acre facility, previously known as the Riverside Campus. Located adjacent to State Highway 47 and Highway 21, the campus may be accessed via either entrance. The Blinn College Walter C. Schwartz Building is located on the corner of Bryan Road and 4th Street.
ARE YOU READY TO BECOME A TEXAN?
With a student-to-faculty ratio of 19 to 1, Tarleton offers small class sizes and personal attention from faculty. A variety of high-quality, affordable undergraduate degree options gives you the know-how you need to reach your educational and professional goals. Classes are offered days, nights, weekends, or online to accommodate your needs and schedule. You’ve already started down the pathway to your degree. Finish your journey by becoming a Tarleton Texan.
What you need to apply as an undergraduate
- Submit application
- $50 application fee
- Official college transcripts from every regionally accredited institution you have attended
- Any other items requested by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions based on application answers
ApplyTexas applicant type: U.S. Transfer
Undergraduate admission to Tarleton Fort Worth, Midlothian, Waco, Texas A&M-RELLIS, and Global Online requires a minimum of 30 transferable hours, a 2.0 GPA, and TSI complete status. These transfer locations only offer upper-division courses. If your degree requires additional lower-level courses, some may be available online, but you may also need to complete courses at another institution and transfer them to Tarleton. Financial Aid Consortiums with Tarleton’s community college partners are available to assist with the cost of dual enrollment.
Tarleton offers one of the lowest tuition rates in the region! Explore Financial Aid and Scholarships. Tarleton makes earning your degree affordable with low-cost tuition and fees and by providing students more than $106 million in financial aid each year.
Visit FAFSA.gov to submit an application for Federal Student Aid.
Available Degree Programs
Tarleton State University has flexible class options both in-person and online.
* Please note: Only upper-level courses are offered (lower-level courses can be transferred)
Transfer Information Sessions
We offer online Transfer Information Sessions that are led by one of our Admission Counselors. We will review Tarleton transfer requirements, programs offered, frequently asked questions, academic advising, financial aid, scholarships and more. These virtual sessions are available to students that are interested in attending any of our campus locations.