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Can I register for and/or attend a NSO program without having my TSI scores or exemptions on file?

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Can I register for and/or attend a NSO program without having my TSI scores or exemptions on file?

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Students cannot register for New Student Orientation without having their TSI scores or exemptions on file with the Office of Admissions. The Texas Success Initiative (TSI) is a state-legislated program that requires students to be assessed in reading, writing, and math skills prior to enrolling in a Texas public institution and to be advised based on that assessment. The ASSET, COMPASS, ACCUPLACER, and the THEA are all tests that the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board has approved as acceptable assessment instruments for entering students. Texas A&M-Corpus Christi administers the THEA. Please consult the Office of Academic Testing at 361.825.2334 for more information on testing options.

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