Information about the Coordinated Admission Program 2013-2014 CAP Students
If you are enrolled in the Coordinated Admission Program (CAP) during the 2013-2014 academic year, you may be wondering what to expect and how you'll eventually end up at UT Austin during the 2014 fall semester.
It might be helpful for you to know that UT Austin actually thinks of enrolled CAP students as transfer students. You don’t have to apply, of course, but the process that we go through to get you to Austin is a lot like that for a transfer student.
- First you’ll complete your courses during the 2013 fall semester and the 2014 spring semester of your freshman year as a CAP student. Make sure the courses you take are on the approved course list.
- Next you’ll send us a transcript after the spring semester that shows us that you’ve completed them.
- Then we’ll look at what you send us to make sure you’ve met the CAP requirements.
- And, if you have, we’ll admit you to UT Austin for the 2014 fall semester.
That’s pretty much it – minus the details.
No Application Required
Students completing CAP requirements should not submit a transfer admissions application when preparing to enroll at UT Austin.
And speaking of details, we hope that the information here will help to answer at least some of your remaining questions. We’ll be in touch along the way to keep you updated, but in the meantime, be sure to stay in contact with the CAP advisor at your UT System university.