United States
Texarkana, Texas
Texarkana Regional Airport
School type:
Admissions level:

Undergraduate - Direct 

Rankings & Recognition:

#79 Public Universites in the West

(US News & World Report 2024)

#40 Top Public Schools

(US News & World Report 2024)

#155 Best Engineering Program

(US News & World Report 2024)

Key facts:
  • 2,214 students from 20+ nations
  • Student-to-Faculty Ratio: 18-1
  • Experiential Learning: Lab experiments, Internships, Study abroad, and Research
  • Student Success Center: Tutors are available to assist students with academic support (challenging course content, tests, long-term skills, etc.)
  • TAMUT College of Business, Engineering, and Technology has earned AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) accreditation, top 5% of the world’s business programs
  • Electrical Engineering programs are accredited by ABET (the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology)
  • Nursing programs (both undergraduate and graduate) are accredited by CCNE (Commission on Collegiate Nursing Education)
  • Clinical Mental Health Counseling program is accredited by CACREP (Council for Accreditation of Counseling and Related Educational Programs)
  • The first three graduating classes of the traditional BSN program have each scored a perfect 100% first-time pass rate on the NCLEX-RN licensure examination
  • Opportunities in Texas: Texas has the 2nd-largest economy in the U.S and is home to 50 of the Fortune 500 companies, including 3 of the top 10
Why this school?


  • Texas A&M University – Texarkana (TAMUT) is a non-profit public state higher-education institution and a member of the reputable Texas A&M University System which is one of the largest systems of higher education in the United States with 11 member universities. TAMUT strives for excellence in its global engagement efforts and offers world-class educational experience to international students. The scenic university located in Northeast Texas offers impressive degrees within the College of Business, Engineering, and Technology and the College of Arts, Sciences, and Education.
  • Attending a university and earning a degree is an investment. While the process of deciding how to pay for it can seem overwhelming, at TAMUT roughly 88% of the student body receives some form of financial aid from scholarships to state and federal grants and loans. 
  • TAMUT has a proud history of meaningful and impactful research activities. Both undergraduate and graduate students at TAMUT are encouraged to submit their scholarly work to academic conferences and outlets for publication, often in conjunction with faculty mentorship and guidance. Whether students are helping faculty conduct quantitative research, qualitative inquiry or conduct a literature review, students benefit from the value added to their education through substantial partnerships with faculty along research trails. In addition, TAMUT Career Development is always available to help students find the best place for internships and develop professionally.
  • TAMUT notable alumni include Stephen J. Frost - the Democratic member of the Texas House of Representatives, Martha Whitehead - Former Mayor of Longview, Texas and Texas State Treasurer, Erwin Cain - Republican member of the Texas House of Representatives.
  • Small class sizes, attractive majors and programs, successful graduates, and an affordable investment make TAMUT a favorable choice among college-bound students.

Students with the International Eagle Scholarship get $2,000/year (Renewable) plus the waiver credit amount to the difference between non-resident and resident tuition. This makes tuition about $6,690 per year.


Tuition & Fees: $20,970/year

Room & Board: $10,812/year

Entry requirements



(Direct Admission)


GPA 3.0+

Transcript evaluation


English proficiency

IELTS 6.0+/ TOEFL 71+

Standardized test:

  • Undergraduate: SAT/ACT
  • Graduate: GMAT/GRE


Special requirements: Portfolio, audition, interview, work experience, etc.




Personal statement


Recommendation letter


Application fee




Undergraduate: ALL PROGRAMS

  • Health and Human Services: Nursing,  Behavioral Sciences, Kinesiology.
  • Engineering and Technology: Mechanical, Electrical.
  • Computing: Computer Science.
  • Business: Accounting, Business Administration (Finance, Marketing, Entrepreneurship, Supply Chain Management, Management Information Systems).
  • Social Sciences & Education: Mass Communication, Psychology, Early Childhood Education.
Application deadlines

Fall intake: May 1

Spring intake: October 13


Texarkana, 2 hour and a half drive from Dallas, is the hub of 19 counties in four states (Texas, Arkansas, Louisiana and Oklahoma). It is situated in the northeastern part of Texas and the southwestern part of Arkansas. Texarkana offers everything: shopping, outdoor activities, dining, rodeos, museums, historical treasures, arts and cultural activities, as well as many festivals.