Texas A&M Program for System Admission

The Texas A&M University Program for System Admission is an admission program for selected students who were denied freshman admission and elected to enroll in a participating Texas A&M University System institution with the aim to transfer to Texas A&M University in College Station after one year.

Through the PSA program, you can enter one of 25 majors in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. Each major has a unique set of required coursework or degree plan. To be eligible for PSA, a student must have at least a 3.0 cumulative GPR in at least 24 transferable hours during the first year at a single Texas A&M University System institution.

We encourage students to contact the academic advisors for the participating majors for any questions regarding course work and other program requirements.

For more information on PSA Eligibility, participating A&M System institutions and participating majors in the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, visit the  PSA site at Texas A&M.

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