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Health Insurance

International Resources

International students are automatically enrolled in and charged for comprehensive health insurance and repatriation/evacuation coverage while in the United States and enrolled at Texas A&M University. For more information on International Student Health Insurance, visit the website at iss.tamu.edu/insurance/insurance.asp.

International Student Services iss.tamu.edu iss.cec@tamu.edu (979) 845-1151

Sponsored Student Programs ssp.tamu.edu (979) 845-2550 Arrival Information (979) 862-7170 Fax

Domestic & International Pre-Enrollment Checklists The checklists on this page will help you prepare for your first year. Items that are required for successful enrollment are highlighted in green.

Domestic Freshman Students

International Freshman Students

 Activate your NetID at applicant.tamu.edu.  Accept our offer and register for a New Student Conference at applicant.tamu.edu. (See page 1.)  Send your proof of vaccination against bacterial meningitis. admissions.tamu.edu/meningitis  Log in to your Texas A&M NEO email account with your NetID and password. gateway.tamu.edu  Fulfill the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) requirement.  Complete the Texas A&M Math Placement Exam. mathassessment.tamu.edu  Send your final high school transcript.  Send your college transcript(s) to receive college credit (if applicable).  Verify residency at applicant.tamu.edu.  Attend your New Student Conference and register for Texas A&M courses. newaggie.tamu.edu  Pay your tuition bill by the Texas A&M deadline. howdy.tamu.edu - My Finances tab  Apply for on-campus housing.  Apply for financial aid.  Apply for scholarships.  Learn about short-term and emergency tuition and fees loans.  Learn about student employment.  Change your major by May 1, via applicant.tamu.edu (if desired).  Send your AP/IB scores to receive college credit (if applicable).  Learn about credit by examination.  Learn about services for students with disabilities.  Learn about required/recommended immunizations.  Look into health insurance.  Look into extended orientation programs like Fish Camp.

 Activate your NetID at applicant.tamu.edu.  Accept our offer and register for a New Student Conference at applicant.tamu.edu. (See page 2.)  Send your proof of vaccination against bacterial meningitis. admissions.tamu.edu/meningitis  Learn about immunization requirements.  Log in to your Texas A&M NEO email account with your NetID and password. gateway.tamu.edu  Fulfill the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) requirement.  Complete the Texas A&M Math Placement Exam. mathassessment.tamu.edu  Send your final high school transcript (and diploma if issued by a foreign institution).  Schedule your ISS Check-In Appointment.  Submit the required paperwork to International Student Services (ISS).  Review the University policy requiring all international students to maintain health insurance, available at iss.tamu.edu under Health Insurance.  Complete the ISS Online Orientation.  Learn about International Student visa information.  Attend your New Student Conference and register for Texas A&M courses. newaggie.tamu.edu  Pay your tuition bill by the Texas A&M deadline. howdy.tamu.edu - My Finances tab  Review ELPE information.  Apply for on-campus housing.  Apply for financial aid (if eligible).  Apply for scholarships (if eligible).  Learn about short-term and emergency tuition and fees loans.  Learn about regulations concerning student employment.  Send your official college transcript to receive college credit (if applicable).  Send your AP/IB scores to receive college credit (if applicable).  Learn about credit by examination.  Learn about services for students with disabilities.  Look into extended orientation programs like Fish Camp. page

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