Congratulations. You’re ready to apply for college and transfer. Our Transfer checklist
can help you make the process smooth and easy. But that’s not all, our after application checklist
will help you follow-up on important dates and details.
Applying to a public university? Then Apply Texas
is for you. This one-stop, online application allows you apply to any public university in the state.
Have you completed the core curriculum for your area of study? It’s easy to find out. Visit College for All Texans
to find requirements for a specific majors and degree plans.
Remember, if you’re transferring with less than the completed core curriculum, your credits are at the discretion of the university. You may have to retake freshman requirements. It is very important to talk with your university advisor on how you will transfer so you won’t be surprised when you get there.
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Your application is sure to include supplemental materials such as transcripts, essays, letters of recommendation or portfolios. Be sure to include all materials requested, and include details about any student clubs, honor societies, service learning or other extracurricular activities in your essay.
Stories from students who transferred & completed their degrees!
Flexible Degree Completion Programs
is a program in Texas that encourages adults to return to college and finish their bachelor’s degrees. The participating universities are Texas universities with established reputations for high quality education and student service.
is a consortium of universities within The University of Texas System that offer a fully online, bachelor’s degree completion program.
Reverse transfer is a program specifically designed to allow students who transfer to a four-year university prior to earning an associate degree to be awarded that credential while pursuing the baccalaureate. Glucophage xr