Northwest Houston Center

Prairie View A&M University was founded in 1876 and is the second-oldest public institution of higher education in Texas. With an established reputation for producing engineers, corporate leaders, nurses and educators, the historically black college offers a variety of bachelor’s, master’s and doctoral degree programs through eight colleges and schools. A member of The Texas A&M University System, the University is dedicated to fulfilling its land-grant mission of achieving excellence in teaching, research and service. During the university’s 134-year history, more than 54,000 academic degrees have been awarded.

The original Office of Civil Rights Texas Plan, assigned PVAMU the responsibility for satisfying higher education needs of the citizens of Texas, especially in the Northwest Houston Corridor. A demand for graduate and certification courses led to PVAMU establishing a presence in the Northwest Houston area in the late 1980.

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Getting Started

You are encouraged to read the information in this section about the admissions process at Prairie View A&M University (PVAMU). The PVAMU N.W. Houston Center offers degree programs in specific, selected areas. See list of degree programs offered at the N.W. Houston Center.

Undergraduate Admissions

Application Deadlines

Undergraduate Admissions
Summer: April 1
Fall: June 1
Spring: November 1

International Admissions
Summer: March 1
Fall: June 1
Spring: October 1

Financial Aid
Summer: May 15
Fall: March 15
Spring: October 15

Graduate Admissions

Application Deadlines

Graduate Admissions
Summer: March 1
Fall: July 1
Spring: November 1

International Admissions
Summer: –
Fall: June 1
Spring: October 1

Financial Aid
Summer: May 15
Fall: March 15
Spring: October 15

Note: Some program areas may have additional application requirements and/or earlier application deadlines. Please check the specific degree program for exact dates. Prospective students are encouraged to compile and submit all required documents well before the published deadline. Documentation (official transcripts, required test scores, application fees) received after the published deadline will delay the processing and could potentially prevent enrollment in the semester for which the prospective student intended.

Directions

Directions to the Northwest Houston Center: Turn right onto FM 1960,drive to State Hwy 249. Make a slight right onto Tomball Parkway/State Hwy249 feeder. Travel to Grant Rd and turn left at the traffic light onto Grant. Proceed straight to 9449 Grant Road.

VISIT CAMPUS

Important Dates

  • Jan 31 – Last Day to Withdraw & Late Deadline to Apply for Spring 2018 Graduation
  • Mar 12 – Mar 17 – Spring Break
  • Mar 16 – University Closed
  • Mar 30 – Mar 31 – Student Holiday
  • Apr 10 – May 23 – Priority Registration Period Fall 2018 Semester
  • May 01 – Last Class Day
  • May 02 – May 08 – Final Examination Period
  • May 11 – Commencement (DOCTORAL AND MASTER’S)
  • May 12 – Commencement (BACHELOR’S)
ACADEMIC CALENDAR

Contact us

Ask the Staff

Have a compliment, question, or concern that you'd like a response or an answer to? Submit a message directly to the NWHC Staff.

Phone
713-790-7146

Address
9449 Grant Rd. Houston, TX 77070

Email
nwhc@pvamu.edu