Enter information below to establish or maintain your free myApplyTexas profile. Additional information will be requested when you complete online applications.
If you are creating an account, your Username will be assigned and presented to you.
Enter your full legal last, first, and middle name. Please do not include
diacritical marks such as accents (') or tildes (~). Do not use nicknames or
abbreviations or commas because this information will be used for your official
record if you enroll. Use your full legal name on all documents sent to the
institution to which you are applying. If you have a passport, enter your name
as it appears on your passport (without diacritical marks).
Enter your date of birth (month, day, 4-digit year). Do not leave blank; this information is required.
Enter the city, state, and country where you were born.
Are you Hispanic or Latino? (a person of Cuban, Mexican, Puerto Rican, South or Central American,
or other Spanish culture or origin, regardless of race)
If Yes, please submit a copy of both sides of the card.
If "Yes", date permanent resident card issued with 4-digit year:
(If "Yes," submit a copy of your Notice of Action
from the USCIS, form I-797C.)
The email address provided will be used to communicate important
information to you. You will not be able to look up your ApplyTexas
Username or Password without a valid profile email address.
Apply Texas standardizes permanent and physical addresses for U. S. addresses.
What is address standardization? (opens in new window)
If your Physical Address is the same as your Permanent Address, leave this question blank.
Numbers only, no dashes, dots or parentheses, please. Include any city or area code here.
(Person to be contacted in case of emergency)
You will need your password each time you wish to access or modify any
of your information. Please choose something you can easily remember.
Your password can be 8-12 letters long, must contain at least one number,
and cannot contain any spaces. Enter the same password in both Password
boxes to make sure you typed it correctly.
Use only characters a-z, 0-9, or "_"
If you ever forget your Apply Texas password, you can use your password reset questions to access your account.
To create your password reset questions, select five questions and then answer each question using answers of at least three characters.
HINT: If possible, use one-word answers that you can remember easily so you can use them to access your Apply Texas account if you ever forget your password.
Show me an example.
Last updated May 29 , 2015