frequently asked questionsgeneral application questions

  1. Where can I find the required reading about Bacterial Meningitis?
  2. What does "Closed to Applications" mean on the University Information page?
  3. What is Phi Theta Kappa?


  1. Where can I find the required reading about Bacterial Meningitis?

    This site contains a document called Important Information about Bacterial Meningitis that will satisfy the requirement. You may also go to the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board web site to read or print the bacterial meningitis informational pdf (Download Adobe Acrobat Reader). More information is also available at the Center for Disease Control and Prevention and the American College Health Association.

  2. What does "Closed to Applications" mean on the University Information page?

    "Closed to Applications" means the university is not accepting applications at this time for that particular application and semester. It is possible that you have tried to begin an application after the university's deadline for that particular type of application, or that the university has not yet opened applications for the semester to which you are trying to apply. Please contact the university for more information about when the school will begin accepting applications for a given semester.

  3. What is Phi Theta Kappa?

    On the college information page, Phi Theta Kappa refers to the International Honor Society for Two-year Colleges.