Admission decisions

Making sense of your admission decision
Once we have evaluated your transfer application for admission, the end result can be one of several outcomes.

Regular Transfer Admission
Obtaining automatic admission to the University holds no extra conditions for applicants, though additional requirements may exist for those pursuing certain degree programs (e.g., Nursing).

Provisional Admission
If you do not meet regular admission requirements, you may be considered for admission under our Provisional Admission Procedure. Consideration of applicants under this procedure are conducted on a case-by-case basis by the Undergraduate Admissions Committee (UAC). If your application for admission is approved, you will enter A&M-Corpus Christi on academic probation and may be subject to additional provisions and/or specific enrollment conditions as established by the UAC. These conditions may include:

  • Enrolling in prescribed developmental course work
  • Participating in tutoring sessions and other academic support activities
  • Meeting other conditions designed to promote academic success

The decision of the UAC is final.

Denial of admission
If you are denied admission, know that you still have some options. You can:

    • Appeal your decision - If you would like for us to reconsider your admission decision, you can submit an appeal to the Office of Recruitment and Admissions. Click here to learn more about this process.

    • Transfer later - Transfer in a future semester. Take time to improve your GPA and admission eligibility. Just keep in mind: Unless you add new information to your application (e.g., improved GPA), decisions are typically consistent from one application cycle to the next.

  • Keep us in mind for the future - After you complete your undergraduate degree, consider applying to A&M-Corpus Christi to pursue one of our many graduate degrees.

Got questions?
If you have questions about your admission decision, please contact one of our Admissions Counselors for assistance.