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Undergraduate Application Process

Due to the continued increase of competitive applications, the Texas A&M University College of Engineering has moved to a total holistic review process. This policy applies to all engineering applications, including Texas A&M automatic admits, and is handled entirely by the Office of Admissions — not the College of Engineering.

Factors that are considered during the review process include the following:

  • Academic achievements — class rank and SAT and/or ACT scores, as well as completion of Texas A&M's required coursework. NOTE: Submission of SAT/ACT scores is optional for fall and spring application cycles in 2021 and 2022.
  • Personal achievements — involvement in extracurricular activities, community service, leadership, employment and summer activities, as well as any talents, awards and honors.
  • Information shared in Essay A and the Engineering Essay.

Engineering applicants will be considered for the following programs:

Admission to Texas A&M University will continue to be achieved in one of two ways — top 10% admits or holistic review admits — and admission decisions will continue to be communicated on a rolling basis.

Admission Checklist

Getting into college isn't easy. There are applications, essays, forms, tests, transcripts — and you're winding up high school, too. But we can help make it easier with this checklist for getting into the College of Engineering.

1. Do your homework

Ugh, more homework — but it's worth it. Check out the Office of Admissions website. It has lots of important information, like deadlines and scholarships. And plan a visit to our campus to come see for yourself what the big whoop is about!

2. Apply

Submit the Apply Texas application or the Coalition application online. Contact your regional admissions advisor or email us at with any questions.

3. Wait

The waiting is the hardest part. That's why the Office of Admissions lets you check your application and records online. But keep in mind that it takes at least three weeks to decide on your application.

4. R.S.V.P.

After you get your acceptance packet in the mail (Congrats!), be sure to tell us you're coming by accepting your admission offer online or returning the admission acceptance card you got in your packet. We'll save a place for you.

5. Sign up for a New Student Conference

New Student Conferences are a must. You can't register for classes if you don't go to one. And bring your parents! We'd love to meet them, and they will be a big help as you prepare for your college years.

6. Work out the details

AP, CLEP, financial aid, health insurance, housing, immunizations, part-time jobs, scholarships — check out Now That You're Admitted to find out important information about these details and more.