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To be a PSA student at A&M-Corpus Christi (TAMU-CC), you must:
College Station will send your application to TAMU-CC. You DO NOT have to apply here on your own. If you did apply here on your own before you were offered PSA, you will still have to follow the steps above if you want to be a PSA student at TAMU-CC.
Question: Was A&M Corpus Christi in the list of available system schools?
For questions about your admission status, contact admissions at (361) 825-2624 or go here.
Question: Is MATH 1324 and MATH 1325 required on your PSA plan?
Question: Is MATH 2413 and MATH 2414 required on your PSA plan?
Note: The Visualization plan is no longer an option for the 2019-2020 cohort.
Question: Are you planning on pursuing any of the following PSA plans?
BA or BS Anthropology
BA or BS Telecommunications Media Studies
BA University Studies-Journalism
Question: Does Foreign Language I & II appear in the Required Coursework on your PSA plan?
Question: How can I tell if a college class I’ve already taken will count on my PSA plan or transfer to College Station? There are two methods you can use to determine this:
Question: What classes can I take at TAMU-CC that will fulfill the categories on my PSA plan that do not list specific classes? For example:
Go here to get this list.
You can read the full graduation report here.
Question: Is there a handy checklist of all I need to do as an incoming student at TAMU-CC?
Yes, go here.
PSA Spring Class Scheduling Procedures
Follow these steps to make your spring schedule and register.
Now it’s time to make your spring schedule. Your schedule must meet the following criteria:
-You must schedule the rest of your classes listed in the “Required Coursework” on your PSA plan.
-Make sure you will have at least 24-hours (fall and spring combined) at TAMU-CC. Any college credit will count for these hours. They do not have to appear on your PSA plan.
For categories on your PSA plan that don’t list specific classes, click this link to see what you can take at TAMU-CC that will fulfill these categories.
4. Schedule a Learning Community. Watch video or read transcript.
5. Schedule Freestanding Classes. Watch video or read transcript.
6. Determine what day you register. Remember, register as early as possible (ie. midnight) on your day to have the best chance of getting the classes you want. Watch video or read transcript.
7. Register for classes. Watch video or read transcript.
Once registration is over, I will go through all PSA schedules and make sure everyone is in the correct classes. If there are any problems, I will notify you. If you change your schedule after I have reviewed it, please notify me. Failure to do so could result in taking the wrong classes and not qualifying for PSA.
Here is the link for appointments:
Scope of my Duties
As the PSA advisor, I want to help you any way I can. However, below is a list of areas I am not an expert in. If you have any questions regarding these areas, I would prefer you contact them directly. They can give you the best information.
For questions about your Admission Status, contact admissions at (361) 825-2624 or go here.
For questions about Orientation (Islander Launch) go here.
For questions about your Financial Aid, call (361) 825-2338 or go here.
For questions about Scholarships, call (361) 825-3703 or go here.
For questions about On-Campus Housing, call (361) 825-4663 or go here.
For questions about Bacterial Meningitis, call admissions or go here.
For questions about TSI, call (361) 825-2977 or go here.
For questions about the PSA re-application procedures, call (979) 458-0950 or go here.
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My Contact Information
Academic Advisor III
Faculty Center 141
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi