Academics, cost, student life, location, and campus visits Consider Your Options
Each year, thousands of students from diverse backgrounds and from every corner of the globe decide to enroll in The University of Texas at Austin. Like you, they have contributions to make. They believe that their first step is pursuing an education at one of the best universities in the world.
If you’re not yet ready to accept your admission, we encourage you to take some time to consider what the university has to offer its students.
- Academics: To help our students make a difference, we offer more than 270 programs and more than 6,000 courses. If you're admitted and choose to enroll, you'll benefit from the knowledge and talent of more than 3,000 teachers and professors who help make the educational experience dynamic, challenging, and rewarding for students.
- Cost: One of the most inviting aspects of the university is its reasonable cost for the quality of the education. As a matter of fact, the university was recently included on the list of “Best Value Colleges” by the Princeton Review.
- Student life: Sometimes decisions about where to go to college are about getting a feel for the place by learning about student life and the resources and services available on campus.
- Location: It may not be true for all universities, but our university’s location and history do matter a great deal to our students.
Visits for Admitted Transfers
Now that you’re admitted, you may be anxious to learn more about UT Austin. If you haven't already done so, the best way to learn about our campus community is to head to Austin for a visit.
During your campus visit, you can participate in:
- Admissions meetings: Get together with an admissions counselor to discuss the process and your options.
- Academic Appointments: An opportunity to find out more about the college or school to which you've been admitted.
- Tours: Tours of the campus and on-campus housing facilities.
- Financial Aid Consulting: A meeting with an expert who can help you find out what opportunities are available to help you pay for your education.
It's best to plan on a full day for your visit.