TAMUK Joint Admission FAQ

TAMUK Joint Admission FAQ

  • What is the Joint Admission program about?

    The program enables students to attend both institutions at the same time as well as receive services including advising, computer labs, access to libraries and scholarships. Students will also be issued email accounts from each institution.
  • What is the purpose of the Joint Admission program?

    The memorandum seeks to meet the educational needs of students by giving them more educational opportunities.
  • Where will the classes be held?

    Joint Admission students will be able to take classes at both institutions, including in-person, online or hybrid classes.
  • When does the Joint Admission program go into effect?

    The program begins in Fall 2021 and remains in effect for five years, after which it may be renewed.
  • What is the Reverse Transfer program?

    Students transferring to TAMUK before completing their coursework at DMC will be able to transfer appropriate course(s) back to DMC so they can complete their associate’s degree.
  • How does a student request a reverse transfer?

    Students should contact the registrar’s office at TAMUK to request their courses be transferred back to DMC to apply to their associate’s degree.
  • What does the financial aid consortium agreement provide for students in the program?

    The financial aid consortium agreement allows students to receive financial aid at the Home institution.
  • How does a student apply for joint admission?

    Students should contact the admissions office at either institution.

    Del Mar College Student Enrollment CenterTexas A&M University-Kingsville Office of Admissions

  • Do I need to declare a major at TAMUK if I am a part of this program?

    All students at TAMUK must have a declared major in order to be eligible for financial aid.
  • What if I'm not sure which degree path I want to choose?

    TAMUK advisors are available to assist students in selecting the right major.

Page last updated May 13, 2021.