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During the time you are enrolled in the college, you should begin to determine the necessary steps for completing the transfer admission process. The process may require a great amount of preparation and you should be certain you understand all of the requirements for admission, such as:

  • Application deadlines,
  • Minimum grade-point average requirements,
  • Limits on the number of credit hours that are acceptable in transfer,
  • Policies regarding acceptance of repeated courses,
  • Housing information and
  • Financial aid application procedures.

Of equal importance is a personal visit to the chosen institution. Many senior institutions plan special activities and campus visitation periods where you can meet with representatives from all areas of the institution.

There is a limit on the number of hours taken by any one student in which the state of Texas will reimburse universities. By law, some Texas public universities may charge a higher rate of tuition to students who exceed the limit. Contact the college or university to which you plan to transfer and obtain more information concerning tuition fees.


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