For full consideration, applications for Fall 2020 should be received by December 11, 2020. We will continue to evaluate applications after this date; however, early applications receive priority. We no longer evaluate the general GRE. The Biology subject GRE is optional.
- Identify an EEB core faculty member to serve as your faculty sponsor. The best way to do this is to e-mail prospective sponsors individually with your academic CV and a brief paragraph explaining why your experience and interests make you a good fit with their lab.
Before submitting a formal application, please fill out this short pre-application.This is a short, non-binding survey that can give us a bit more information about you, and potentially help match you with some good potential faculty advisors.
- Submit the online application at WebCAS. Contact EEB if you would like to be considered for a need-based fee waiver. Further information about Texas A&M and the application process can be found at the Office of Admissions. The online application must include a statement of purpose explaining why you want to pursue graduate studies and why you are applying to the EEB program, and describing your research interests and previous research experience. In your statement of purpose, you should identify your prospective faculty sponsor.
- Use the online application system to request three letters of recommendation, to be uploaded directly by your recommenders.
- Have transcripts and TOEFL scores (required for international applicants) sent to the Texas A&M Office of Admissions and Records. The Institute Code for Texas A&M University is 6003 (there is no department code needed). Any hard copies should go to the address below. To expedite processing, we strongly encourage applicants to e-mail unofficial transcripts and test scores directly to EEB.
Graduate Admissions Processing
Texas A&M University
General Services Complex, Suite 1601
750 Agronomy Road
College Station, TX 77843-0200
For questions or further information, please contact the EEB program.