Office of Admission
Congratulations and welcome to Javelina Nation! Click here for more information on finalizing your enrollment. This includes information on Hoggie Days Freshman Orientation, Transfer Thursdays Transfer Orientation, TSI, and other important information.
Freshman applicants who have not graduated from high school at the time of application or who have fewer than 12 hours after high school graduation should click the freshman link above for more information.
We understand that transfer students have unique concerns and want to get straight to the point. How will my classes transfer? When can I graduate? Applicants who have attended a college or university after earning a high school degree or GED and have earned more than 12 credit hours should click the transfer link above for more information.
With competitive graduate programs offered through five academic colleges, TAMUK is a leader in research and graduate education. Applicants who have obtained a bachelors degree and wish to pursue Masters or Doctoral Degrees should follow the link above to be connected to Graduate Studies.
TAMUK students come from all over the world and we welcome students abroad to consider a quality education in South Texas! Applicants who are not United States citizens or permanent residents should follow this link to learn more about programs and services we offer.
Texas A&M University-Kingsville offers tremendous value for a quality education. Follow this link to learn more about the many ways we help our students pay for college. Here you can also connect directly with our financial aid office and get other helpful information.
The best way to experience Texas A&M University-Kingsville first-hand is by visiting our campus. Take a closer look at our friendly campus and walk by the tropical palm trees and the great oak trees that adorn our beautiful campus. See what Javelina Pride is all about!
Our staff is dedicated to helping you navigate through the admission process. Follow this path to meet some of the folks who make it all happen.
From Twitter to snail mail, there are many ways to get connected with us. Follow the link above to learn more.
FEDERAL BAN ON INCENTIVE COMPENSATION FOR STUDENT RECRUITING ACTIVITIES OR THE AWARDING OF FEDERAL FINANCIAL AID
Section 487(a)(20) of the Higher Education Act (HEA) requires that the Title IV, HEA program participation agreement prohibit an institution from making any commission, bonus, or other incentive payments based directly or indirectly on success in securing enrollments or financial aid to any person or entities involved in student recruiting or admissions activities, or in making decision about the award of student financial assistance. The statute states that this prohibition does not apply to the recruitment of foreign students residing in foreign countries who are not eligible to receive Federal financial assistance. Section 487(a)(20) applies only to recruiting, admissions, enrollment, or financial aid. Therefore, these proposed regulations would not consider payments to third parties for services to the institution other than recruiting, admissions, enrollment, or financial aid services, to be in violation of the incentive payment restrictions.