How to Enroll

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1. Contact an Enrollment Counselor. (Recommended but not required)

Enrollment counselors assist students to complete the process from application to registration. They are experts in helping students navigate the application and enrollment process. Click here to schedule an appointment.

2. Complete an Application for Admission.

Complete an online application at www.ApplyTexas.org. If you are unable to complete an application online please contact Enrollment Services at 409-984-6467 or enrollmentservices@lamarpa.edu. Note: Applications submitted through ApplyTexas.org are given priority and if submitted before 6 pm will be processed the next business day.

3. Submit an official high school transcript or GED.

If this is your first time in college you will need to submit an official high school transcript or GED scores. If you have attended another college, you must request official transcripts from previous colleges attended. Deliver transcripts electronically, by mail, or personally to the Admissions Office.

4. Apply for Financial Aid. (Recommended but not required)

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Forms are available on-line at www.fafsa.gov. The school code is 016666. Click here for information about Financial Aid.

5. Apply for scholarships. (Recommended but not required)

Students interested in applying for scholarships must fill out a scholarship application and submit to the Advising Office. Click here to download the scholarship application.

6. Complete the TSI Assessment Test.

Students should contact the Testing Center (409-984-6244) with questions about Testing. Click here for more information.

7. Complete “Think About It” Campus Clarity Title IX Training.

Students are required to complete “Think About It” Campus Clarity Title IX Training online. A link to the online training will be sent to your MyLamarPA account after you have been accepted. Students will not be able to register until they have completed training.

8. Get your bacterial meningitis vaccine.

If you are under the age of 22, submit documentation that you have received a Bacterial Meningitis Vaccine. Click here to view the requirements.

9. Meet with an Academic Advisor.

Avoid long wait times and make an appointment today! If you are exempt or have already completed the TSI test, you can develop a schedule for the semester.

10. Register for courses.

Students may register in person or online. Click here to register online. Students with ‘holds’ on their accounts cannot register until ‘holds’ are cleared.

11. Pay tuition & fees, purchase books.

Students may pay tuition online or in person. Books may be purchased or rented at the Bookstore or online. Click here to visit the bookstore online.

12. Have FUN! Enjoy your steps to an exciting future.