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The University of Texas at Austin

All items needed to complete an application must arrive in the Office of Admissions by the deadline. (Visit the Testing and Test Scores page for details about December test scores.)

 Summer/Fall Deadline: December 1

 Spring Deadline: October 1




Application processing fee (non-refundable)

High school transcript

  • Include your class rank and size
  • Details: Transcripts

Supplemental Information Form

HS coursework requirements

Test scores

Major-specific requirements

  • Additional items needed for admission consideration to specified majors
  • Details delivered through MyStatus after submitting ApplyTexas app

Highly recommended

  • Expanded Resume
  • International students who qualify for Texas residency: Residency Affidavit
  • Home-schooled students: Additional items that reflect academic potential (such as SAT Subject Test scores or dual credit coursework)

(application review continues without these items, but submission may benefit the applicant)

Additional requirements (if applicable)

  • Permanent residents: Copy of front of permanent resident card (application not reviewed until card arrives)
  • Official college transcripts: Showing credit earned while in high school, if any (dual credit and early college credit, for example) (See "Reporting College Coursework" below.)


(considered if submitted)

Reporting College Coursework

A freshman applicant may not disregard any part of his or her academic record, including college credit earned as dual credit. Such coursework must be reported on the ApplyTexas application, and the applicant must submit official transcripts of the coursework.

Admission Decisions

Using guidelines established by the state and the university, the Office of Admissions considers complete applications for academic achievement and personal achievement. Issues, such as whether applicants qualify for automatic admission, are Texas residents, or come from a non-ranking school, can also affect the final admission decision.

Find out more about how different applicant types are considered for admission to the university.

Updated Mon, 2014-11-24 11:57 | Top

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The University of Texas at Austin
Office of Admissions
P.O. Box 8058
Austin, TX 78713-8058

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