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Admissions Requirements

Admissions Tests Required: Required
Completion of College Preparatory Program: Required
Secondary School Rank: Required
Secondary School Record: Required
TOEFL: Required

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AP Acceptance: Yes
Credit for Life Experience: No

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Contact Info

405 W. 25th Street Austin, TX 78712
Phone: (512) 475-7348
Admissions Phone: (512) 475-7348
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The University of Texas at Austin
  • Located in Austin, TX
  • Public
  • 51,195 students enrolled
  • 36% admitted
  • $10,092 annual cost to attend


Student Responses to Review Topic: Tips for Prospective Students
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  • Juan from Brownsville, TX
  • I am accepted here and planning to attend soon

    Be sure that you are prepared for the biggest experience of your life. You will encounter many struggles, but everyone at the university will push you towards triumph and success. Do not be afraid. There will be times where you question whether you deserve the opportunity that was given to you, and there will be times that you feel like a champion. Nevertheless, the university will ensure that you feel that you belong to the community, and they will provide you with the resources necessary to overcome your obstacles.

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  • RE from Dallas, TX
  • I am a current student here

    STUDY STUDY AND STUDY!! However, make sure to have a balance and have some fun it's college enjoy it!

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  • Samuel from Frisco, TX
  • I am researching this school and have visited the campus

    For in-state (Texas) students, your admission to UT Austin is automatic if you rank within the top 6% of your high school class at graduation if you attend a public school. While getting into your major is not guaranteed, you can generally consider UT as a university that will offer you a solid chance of admission. For those outside the top 6% living in Texas, the admission rate drops off to only about 20 to 25%. However, since UT is one of the most applied-to schools in the country, you'll still have a solid chance of admission if your academic stats are within or higher than the middle 50% range at UT. If you're out of state, it's also fairly competitive. Being a Texas resident, I'm not entirely sure about the logistics of applying out-of-state, but I've heard it's considerably more difficult than in-state in general. If you're looking at UT Austin's Honors Programs, you generally want to be in the top few people in your high school class and scoring around the 98th percentile or higher on the SAT or ACT to have a decent shot of admission to Honors. Some Honors Programs are unbelievably competitive, notably Computer Science and McCombs Business, which have very high academic requirements for prospective Honors applicants. With all this in mind, set some personal goals and you'll surely be able to achieve what you need to and get admitted where you want to go, be that UT or elsewhere.

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  • A Friend from Ohio
  • I am researching this school and have not visited the campus

    Just keep trying! Make sure you know what colleges are expecting/looking for before applying.

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