Applied, Admitted, & Enrolled


Applied, Admitted and Enrolled

Applied and Admitted numbers include fall and summer applications received before the closing date. All applied, admitted and enrolled numbers are as reported to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board (THECB) for the College Station campus.

First-time Baccaulareate: an undergraduate, degree seeking student who applied and enrolled in college for the first time regardless of whether the student has acquired college level credit through testing, advanced placement or summer enrollment. Also known as First-Time in College (FTIC)

First-Time Masters or Doctorate: a graduate student who has never attended another post-secondary institution at the same level for which they have enrolled. Also known as First-Time Graduate (FTG)

Transfer: A student entering TAMU for the first time but who is known to have previously attended another post-secondary institution at the same level. This does not include an institution’s own graduates who re-enter for further education. Primarily used for undergraduates. Graduate students rarely transfer into TAMU.

Student Ethnicity/Race

Ethnicity/Race categories indicate the ethnic origin of the student. The student reports use the THECB categories. Students are classified as “International” if they are not citizens of the United States but are in the United States on a temporary basis and do not have the right to remain indefinitely.  Non-citizen students, who are lawfully admitted for permanent residence, or Resident Aliens, are reported in the appropriate racial/ethnic category along with United States Citizens. The unknown classification is reserved for US citizens that have not selected a racial/ethnic designation.

Starting in the Fall 2010 semester, in order to comply with the Federal mandate, THECB ethnicity/race reporting methodology changed in accommodate the new two part format. Part one is an indicator of Hispanic or Latino ethnic identity and the second part allows the student to indicate one or more races. In order to facilitate reporting and trend analysis, we mapped the old race categories into the most relevant new category.

The new categories are:

These changes should be taken into account when analyzing for trends.

Use the dropdowns to select a student population. Click on the year in the funnel chart on the left to change the year represented in the chart on the right. To filter by a particular ethnicity or gender in the funnel chart and table, click an ethnicity or gender label in the right-hand chart.

  • White Only
  • Black only +2 or more/1 Black (Any student selecting Black as a race.)
  • Hispanic or Latino of any Race
  • Asian Only
  • Native Hawaiian Only
  • American Indian Only
  • 2 or more/excluding Black (Excludes students selecting Black as one of their races.)
  • International
  • Unknown or Not Reported

These changes should be taken into account when analyzing for trends.

Use the dropdowns to select a student population. Click on the year in the funnel chart on the left to change the year represented in the chart on the right. To filter by a particular ethnicity or gender in the funnel chart and table, click an ethnicity or gender label in the right-hand chart.