Information from the Texas Higher Education Coordinating BoardEducation: Go Get It!

Applying to More Than One Institution

Higher education can help you earn more money throughout your lifetime and expand your ability to enjoy life. Want to increase the likelihood that you’ll benefit from higher education? Using the Apply Texas Application to apply to more than one college or university can greatly improve your chances of being admitted.

To find out how to send more than one application via ApplyTexas simply go to the submitting my application to another university section of the Frequently Asked Questions pages.

Texas Public Universities that do not charge an application fee for U.S. Freshman applicants

Texas Public Universities that charge an application fee of $25 or less for U.S. Freshman applicants

Texas Public Universities that charge an application fee of greater than $25 for U.S. Freshman applicants

Texas Public Upper-Level Universities that accept transfer, transient, and former students only

List of Texas Public Community Colleges:

List of Texas Public Community Colleges (This link opens a new window)

Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board Planning Guide

Planning Guide published by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board

More Information

The information on this page is provided by the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board. For updates, corrections and questions regarding this information please contact:

Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board
P.O. Box 12788
Austin, Texas 78711
(512) 427-6345
Relay Texas (for the hearing impaired)
711 (512) 427-6345

Additional Information about preparing for college is also available from your high school academic counselor or online at www.collegeforalltexans.com (opens new window).