Steps to Apply
Getting started at Blinn is easy! We maintain an open admissions policy, and our goal is to serve the community by offering a quality education to all students.
All new students and returning students who have not attended Blinn for an entire Fall or Spring semester must apply to the College District. Blinn utilizes the ApplyTexas application system, also referred to as the Texas Common Application. Once a student has created an account, the student should choose the two-year application, then select Blinn College.
Blinn no longer accepts a paper application. All applicants must apply through ApplyTexas.
Blinn encourages all current and former members of the U.S. Armed Forces to speak with the Educational Services Officer (ESO) or counselor within their respective military branch prior to enrolling at any institution of higher education.
Blinn is an open-enrollment institution. Most students will be accepted and eligible to register for classes once they submit all required admissions documents.*
*International students have additional admissions requirements and deadlines. If you are an international student, click here.
Transcripts or GED Scores
Students must submit a completed, official copy of their high school transcripts or GED scores, as well as transcripts from any college/university previously attended. Email transcripts or scores to email@example.com. Blinn does not accept faxed transcripts. Mailed transcripts and scores should be sent to:
Blinn College Admissions Office
P.O. Box 6030
Bryan, TX 77805
Evidence of Bacterial Meningitis Vaccination
All students under the age of 22 taking classes at an institution of higher learning must submit proof that they have been vaccinated against bacterial meningitis. Click here for more information.
Proof of Residency
Students may be asked for proof of residency during the application process. Click here for more information.
Students must complete the Texas Success Initiative (TSI) Assessment unless a qualifying test score or proof of exemption is provided. The American College Test (ACT) and the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) are not required for admission to Blinn. Click here for a complete list of exemptions and placements.
If not exempt, students may take the TSI Assessment at Blinn's Brenham, Bryan, Schulenburg, or Sealy campuses. Click here for testing locations and dates.
The Blinn College District only provides on-campus housing at its Brenham Campus. Click here for more information and to apply for on-campus housing.
Students attending classes at the Bryan, RELLIS, Schulenburg, and Sealy campuses can choose from a variety of local off-campus housing options. Contact the local chamber of commerce for more information regarding off-campus lodging:
It is recommended that incoming students meet with an advisor to select the correct courses for their academic goals. Prior to visiting with an academic advisor, students should have an active Blinn application, test scores or exemptions, and high school or college transcripts or GED scores on file. Visit Academic Advising to schedule an appointment.
NOTE: Students who are not college ready (have not passed any part of the TSI Assessment), on academic probation, or scholastic suspension must meet with an advisor prior to registering for classes.
All first-time Blinn students must complete the online New Student Orientation, which can be accessed through their myBLINN account under the Personal Information tab.
New students arriving in the Fall semester are encouraged to attend Advising Days, where advising and registering for classes can be completed simultaneously. Click here for more information.
Once you have completed your admissions file and cleared any registration holds, you may register for classes at any Blinn College District location and online. Find the courses that work best with your schedule then register online through your myBLINN account.
Need additional assistance with registering? Click here for more information.
There are several options available to students for securing payment for tuition and fees. Please review the options below and ensure that payment is applied prior to the payment deadline for the appropriate semester:
Log in to myBLINN and pay full tuition and fees online.
Pay in Person
Students may pay tuition and fees in person by visiting Enrollment Services located at the Brenham, Schulenburg, and Sealy campuses, and the Central Administrative Services Building at the Tejas Center in Bryan. See the Admissions page for a complete list of locations.
Pay Through the Mail
Checks should be made out to the Blinn College District for the correct amount of tuition and fees and should include the student's ID number on the check.
Installment Payment Plans
Blinn makes education affordable to students by providing an option to pay tuition and fees in full or in installments. Click here to enroll in an installment payment plan for the Fall and Spring semesters.
Forms of Payment
Students can pay in person using cash, credit or debit card, check, money order, or cashier's checks. No temporary checks will be accepted. Students can pay by with a check only. Do not send cash.
Visit the Business Office for questions about payment.
Get a Student ID
Students can obtain a student ID card at Enrollment Services by bringing valid photo ID for verification of identity. Students must register and pay for their courses in full or arrange a payment plan and/or financial aid to obtain a student ID card.
Purchase a Parking Permit
All students parking a vehicle at Blinn's Brenham, Bryan, and Schulenburg campuses must register their vehicle and purchase a parking permit. The Sealy Campus does not require a parking permit. Click here for more information.
Students attending classes at the RELLIS Campus must purchase a parking permit through Texas A&M Transportation Services. Blinn parking permits are not valid at the RELLIS Campus.