Applicants must visit www.ApplyTexas.org to submit an application for their program of interest. It will take 2-3 business days for The Graduate College to receive the application. Please visit Deadlines for more information. Also, the International Application Checklist (PDF) is a printable reference guide for the remaining application requirements described in the following steps.
TOEFL or IELTS scores are required for admission consideration. Applicants will need to submit a request to the testing center to have the scores sent directly to The Graduate College. When requesting TOEFL scores, the applicant will need to provide Texas State's institution code, 006667. Please visit English Proficiency for more information.
Applicants should check the admission requirements of their preferred program of study via the Program Requirements link to see if these exams are required. If the program requires official GRE or GMAT scores for admission consideration, applicants will need to submit a request to the testing center to have the scores sent directly to The Graduate College using Texas State's institution code, 006667.
Most graduate programs require additional application documents. Applicants should review the admission requirements of their preferred program of study and submit required documents through The Graduate College’s Graduate Admissions Document Upload (GADU) tool. Please only submit documents required by the program. Any additional documents uploaded, e-mailed, or sent by post will not be accepted or considered for admission consideration. Please visit Submit Documents for more information.
Applicants may check the status of their application online after submitting the ApplyTexas application. The Status Check will reflect the dates of items received and still needed by The Graduate College. Please see Check Status for more information.
Information for those After Admission provides links to other essential offices on campus. Incoming students should direct all visa inquiries and immigration-related documents to Texas State University’s International Office. Please visit their website for more information regarding the processing of immigration documents for a student or exchange visa.