Whether your passion lies in nourishing the world, protecting the environment, enriching youth, improving health or growing the economy, we have something for you! Get started on your journey by learning about our admissions requirements, majors and high impact learning opportunities offered.
Cost of Attendance
Calculating the cost of attendance is easier than ever with Texas A&M University’s estimated cost templates and our financial aid advisors. Scholarships, grants and further financial aid are offered through the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences departmental scholarships and student work and through the university’s scholarships, research, student work and grants.
Visit the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
Friday Visits is a program that enables prospective students to register for an overview presentation about the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. The overview will provide information about our majors, future careers and high impact learning experiences. Current students we have designated as college ambassadors and staff from our Dean’s office facilitate the tour. These presentations are at 9:00 am and 2:00 pm four Fridays per month. Contact our office for more information.
You can also join us for any of our online or “virtual” sessions where we discuss majors, programs, and other topics related to admissions and student involvement. Simply click on the “Schedule a Virtual Session” button to register.
Transfer into the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
If you are transferring from another college or university, the college takes a maximum of 24 transferable credits and a minimum cumulative GPA of 2.5. For program specifics for transfer students, you can reach out to advising. If you’re not sure your college credits will transfer, check for them in the course equivalency tool and then see the course catalog for your desired program.
Have you tried to get into Texas A&M already but didn’t get in on the first try? Check out our program for system admission to start working on your degree and transfer into Texas A&M University the following fall semester.
Our Community College Partners
With the cost of higher education on the rise, our college continues to seek partnerships to provide students with affordable and accessible pathways to a college degree and to fulfill our mission as a land-grant institution. To help meet that aim, we are excited to announce new transfer partnerships with Blinn College, South Texas College and Angelina College. These partnerships provide seamless pathways for transfer students from accredited community colleges into select degree programs within our college. After completing an approved Associate of Science degree at one of these institutions and meeting our admissions requirements, students have the opportunity to enroll in the majors in our college.