Eligibility and Application

Consideration for TAMS

You must:

  1. Apply below.  (Music students must submit an application by January 15, 2020.)
  2. Be a Texas resident. *
  3. Be a high-school sophomore (10th grade). In rare cases, competitive 9th graders may be considered, but 10th graders retain priority.
  4. Complete Geometry, Algebra I, and Algebra II by the end of your sophomore year.

Review the Sample Application before you begin your online application (only online applications accepted, the Sample Application cannot be submitted).  

* For non-US citizens, TAMS requires green cards and Texas residency status. Residency is based upon the parent or court appointed legal guardian.  Non-US citizens must provide copies of their Permanent Resident (green) cards.  Applicants who have applied for Permanent Residency may furnish copies of the i-797 Notice of Action reflecting application for the parent and TAMS applicant.  Some parents and applicants with select visa types may also be eligible for Texas Residency.

Admission Decisions

Admission decisions are made on a rolling basis and are based on a holistic review process*. You should plan ahead and apply early. TAMS Admissions application will close on March 15, 2020 for the Class of 2022 acceptance cycle. 

*All music students must submit an application by the deadline of January 15, 2020 to be accepted into the cycle of UNT’s College of Music.

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