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No, Texas State transcripts are provided.
In order to be considered official, the testing center can submit your scores (usually electronically) to Texas State by using the code 006667. Please make sure your name and date of birth matches the name you submitted on your ApplyTexas application to prevent any delay. GRE, GMAT, and LSAT scores are valid for five years after the exam date. TOEFL and IELTS scores are valid for two years after the exam date.
It can take 4-6 weeks from the time your application is complete to receive a recommendation from the department. Some programs have posted specific dates that applications will be reviewed and recommendations will be made. Please visit the program's web page at http://www.gradcollege.txstate.edu/apply for more information.
Documents and transcripts submitted without an ApplyTexas application will not be retained. If you submitted an application through ApplyTexas and your other required documents directly to us, we will keep your documents on file for nine months.
Letters of recommendation must be sent directly by the recommender via e-mail to email@example.com. Recommenders will need to include the applicant name and date of birth, and preferably a student ID number.
We encourage applicants to submit new documents. It is always in your best interest to have the most current information on file. We also highly recommend checking on The Graduate College’s departmental webpage to confirm that the requirements/departmental applications have not changed in any way from the ones you originally submitted.
Yes, you must provide all transcripts directly from the college or university from which credit was received. Please note this is required for college-level courses taken in high school as well as for study abroad coursework.
Yes, you must provide all transcripts from all universities, including any non-US universities you attended. If you enrolled directly through an international institution, we will require the official transcript in the country’s native language as well as a certified translation of the transcript into English. Please see http://www.gradcollege.txstate.edu/Prospect_Students/Intl_Info regarding international document requirements. The $50.00 international fee will be required.
If you enrolled through a domestic university to take classes abroad, please request that university send transcripts to The Graduate College. The coursework will be evaluated by Graduate College staff, and you will be contacted if additional information is required. The $50.00 international fee may be required.
Submit your ApplyTexas Application and application fee. Request scores and transcripts to be submitted directly to the Graduate College. Other required documents may be electronically submitted to us at https://tim.txstate.edu/gadocumentupload/. After we receive your admission documents and transcripts, Graduate Admission Specialists will calculate your GPA and Graduate Advisors will submit an admission recommendation to The Graduate College. The Graduate Dean makes the final admission decision, and all official correspondence will be sent from The Graduate College. Remember to check your email regularly for correspondence from The Graduate College.
It is possible to defer admission up to two terms (including summer) for some programs. Contact The Graduate College at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.