Readmission to the university is determined on a case by case basis. Each case is reviewed by the Department’s administrative team. Weight is placed on academic history, the amount and quality of time spent away from school and other indicators of potential academic success in the Recreation, Park and Tourism Sciences Department. Questions regarding individual cases can be directed to the Departmental Academic Advisors.
RPTS does require that you complete at least one essay on ApplyTexas.
Please answer the following questions:
- What is your passion?
- How did you get it?
- What is/are your career goal(s)?
- Why did you choose RPTS?
- How can RPTS help you reach those goals?
- Why did you leave?
- What have you been doing since you left?
- Why do you want to come back?
- If your TAMU GPA is below a 2.8, please explain how your GPA will increase with RPTS.
- All TAMU employees who become aware of discrimination, harassment (including sexual violence) and/or retaliation must report it regardless of how they become aware of the information.
Readmission weighs heavily on TAMU GPA and TAMU Deficiency Points:
Deficiency Points Formula
TAMU GPA Hours x 2 = _____ – Quality Points = Deficiency Points
The higher the deficiency point value, the more difficult it is to be readmitted. Deficiency points can only be lowered by earning grades of A’s or B’s in TAMU classes.