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Admitted Students

Welcome Future Aggie Pharmacist!

Howdy and congratulations on your acceptance into the Doctor of Pharmacy program at the Texas A&M Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy. We're delighted that you have accepted our admissions offer.

Electronic Admissions Packet

In order to continue the admissions process, we are providing an Electronic Admissions Packet. This packet contains important information, including our technical standards, required immunizations and information about CastleBranch background check and drug screening.

The Electronic Admissions Packet must be completed within two weeks of your acceptance.

The Admission Checklist

The Admission Checklist is due by July 1, 2020. Review and take appropriate action for each required form. Your admission cannot be completed until all requirements have been submitted.

Official Transcript Requirements

Please submit all official transcripts by July 1, 2020 to:
Texas A&M Rangel College of Pharmacy
ATTN: Office of Student Affairs
1010 W. Avenue B, MSC 131
Kingsville, Texas 78363

Please be aware, official transcript(s) from each university or college you attended must be received. We do  not  accept transcripts from PharmCas, therefore you must resend them to the address above. Please send the Official Transcripts directly to the Rangel College of Pharmacy. Official transcripts sent to Texas A&M University- Kingsville and Texas A&M University will  not  be accepted. If you enroll in summer session I courses, please submit an unofficial transcript(s) indicating coursework in progress. Please contact the Office of Student Affairs to arrange an extension for your Official Transcripts.

Please be sure that if you have not already done so, that you complete the FASFA. If you have any questions please contact Texas A&M University Financial Aid Office at 979.458.3236.

Acknowledgment Forms

The following forms must be completed and submitted within two weeks of acceptance:

The forms can be delivered, mailed, faxed, or emailed to the Office of Student Affairs:

  • Mail or Hand Delivery: Texas A&M Rangel College of Pharmacy 1010 W Ave B, MSC 131, Kingsville, Texas  78363
  • Fax: 361.221.0797
  • Email: cop-admissions@tamu.edu

We encourage you complete all the required forms and submit all at once to ensure delivery.

If you have any questions, or would like to request an extension to complete the forms, contact the Office of Student Affairs:
Phone: 361.221.0648
cop-admissions@tamu.edu

The following actions must be completed by July 1, 2020


  1. Complete the Electronic Admissions Packet.

  2. The items below will be submitted to CastleBranch. Please click here for descriptions and instructions of the items needed.
    a. Submit Proof and Health Insurance
    b. Complete Immunization Records
         i. Some immunizations may need to be repeated. If so, please submit updated records in a timely manner.
    c. Complete Background Check and Drug Screening

  3. Mail Official Transcripts

Please submit all official transcripts to:
Texas A&M Rangel College of Pharmacy
ATTN: Office of Student Affairs
1010 West Avenue B, MSC 131
Kingsville, Texas 78363

PharmCas Transcripts are not accepted

 

Admitted Student Resources

As members of the Texas A&M Irma Lerma Rangel College of Pharmacy, our students have access to several student services on both the Kingsville and College Station campus.

Students at both campuses may need information about:

Kingsville Student Resources

Kingsville students have access to the following services on the Texas A&M University-Kingsville campus:

College Station Student Resources

College Station students have access to the following services on the Texas A&M University-College Station campus:

Admitted International Students

Any Texas A&M University student who is not a U.S. Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident is considered to be an international student. 

Your classification as an international student is completely separate from your classification as a resident or non-resident for tuition purposes. Residency status for tuition purposes is dependent upon the length of time you have lived in the state of Texas. Classification as an international student is dependent on your immigration status. Therefore, it is entirely possible that you could be considered a resident for tuition purposes and still be classified as an international student.

International Student Check-In

All new international students beginning their first academic program at the Texas A&M University Health Science Center for the fall term are required to complete the New International Student Check-In process with International Student Services (ISS) in order to register for fall classes. The purpose of International Student Check-In is to confirm that your information is accurate and up-to-date on both your International Student Services and your Texas A&M Health Science Center records.

This check-in process must be completed prior to registration. 

Resources for new international students