Submit official transcripts from allcolleges attended.
a. Submit through mail:
Houston Baptist University
Office of Admissions
7502 Fondren Road
Houston, Texas 77074
b. Submit online:
i. TREX code: 6282
i. Clearinghouse school code: 6282
If you are a transfer student with less than 32 college hours, your high school transcript and test scores from the SAT or ACT may be required to complete your application. You will be notified of these items once your application is received.
Homeschool freshmen are students whose primary or secondary level education has been conducted at home in their community overseen by their parents or parentally-designated other, rather than in a public or private institutional school setting. Please visit our Homeschool student page.
Post-Baccalaureate: Students with a bachelors degree who are either seeking a second degree or looking to take undergraduate courses for other reasons, such as taking the prerequisites for med school.
Post-baccalaureate students should apply using the transfer application and send the official transcript from the college that the degree was earned.
Post-baccalaureate students are not eligible for freshman or transfer merit awards.
Degree-seeking post-baccalaureate student are eligible for financial aid through the FAFSA.
Transient Students: Transient students are current undergraduate students at a university other than HBU who desire to enroll at HBU for a single term with the intention of taking the credit back to their university. This excludes students who have already earned a bachelor’s degree. Please view the Transient Student procedures.
Previous Undergraduate Applicants: If you have been admitted to HBU within the last year but did not attend, you do not have to re-apply. Instead, please complete the online update form and select your desired entry term. If it has been more than a year since your acceptance, you will need to reapply.
Previous HBU Students: If you have previously attended HBU and wish to return please see the readmission process.
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HBU has given me the opportunity to flourish in all aspects – academically, personally, and spiritually. I have established a deep commitment to my friends here – they are there for me when I need prayer, or someone to talk to, or help with a class. I have found a sense of community at HBU, and have not just found friends here – I have found family.
Sophomore, Government Major
I am from a small high school where I was close with both the teachers and counselors. I was hoping to have that same experience at HBU and what I have encountered here was so much more than I ever thought possible. As a part of the Honors College, although my classes are academically challenging, I find myself looking forward to going to class since my classmates and professors are amazing people to be around.
Sophomore, Finance major
I have found community at HBU unlike anything I have ever experienced before. I have gained lifelong friends through my relationships with fellow students, professors, and staff members. There has never been a season of my life where I have grown more as a disciple of Christ, and that is largely due to the quality of people that are found on HBU’s campus.
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