Sul Ross State University is committed to equal consideration of all applicants for admissions without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age or disability. Applicants will be considered for admission to the university when all the items required for admission have been filed with the Office of Admissions and Records.
In order to enroll initially for any semester or summer term, an application must have been filed with Admissions and Records prior to the first day of registration for the particular semester or summer term. A completed file will contain the following items: Application for Admission and official copies of all college or university transcripts. Written notification concerning admission will be made by Admissions and Records to each applicant.
Sul Ross State University requires the same personal standards and applies the same criteria in considering applications for admission as it uses in the retention of students who are enrolled. To be consistent with this policy, the University reserves the right to refuse acceptance to prospective or former students who are on disciplinary suspension or expulsion from any college or university, or who have committed other offenses of a serious nature, which, in the judgment of the University, are likely to have an adverse effect on the University. The personal standards are provided in the Student Code of Conduct contained in the Student Handbook.