We bring UT Austin to West Texas West Texas Admissions Center
The University of Texas at Austin’s West Texas Admissions Center is located in Lubbock and serves prospective students, families, and high school counselors in the western plains and panhandle region of Texas, including Lubbock, Midland-Odessa, Amarillo, Abilene, San Angelo, and the areas surrounding these cities.
What We Offer
The West Texas Admissions Center offers the following services:
- Information sessions for prospective students and their families
- High school visits
- Admissions application assistance
- Application materials drop-offs
- Introductions to Texas Exes from West Texas
Should I meet with someone?
Admissions staff are available to answer questions about the application and enrollment process, but meeting with someone from Admissions won't impact your admission decision. Interviews are not part of the university's general admissions process.
Whether you're a high-school student exploring your options or a current college student interested in transferring to UT Austin, we offer information sessions to help you. Space at each session is limited, so advance registration is required.
Stephanie Lewis, Program Coordinator
Juan Castillo, Admissions Counselor
We need your help sharing your UT Austin experience with prospective and admitted students from West Texas. There are many ways to get involved with our recruitment efforts, but the first step is to sign up with Exes for Texas—a program in the Office of Admissions that connects Texas Exes with prospective and admitted students. Once we know how to contact you and learn about the ways you’d like to get involved with our recruitment activities, we’ll be happy to call on you during the year.
Location and Hours
The UT Austin-West Texas Admissions Center is located in the Sentry Plaza II building which is next door to the Embassy Suites and across the highway from the South Plains Mall.
The center is open Monday through Friday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. (with the exception of university holidays).
Click on the image above for an online map.