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Applicants who are offered undergraduate admission to the University must take steps to accept the offer of admission. Students who demonstrate financial need may qualify for assistance to cover the amount of the deposit. Major changes following acceptance of admission. Undergraduate students are limited in their ability to change majors after accepting admission offers. Visit Internal Transfer for more information. Rescinding offers of admission.

The Office of Admissions has the authority to rescind an offer of admission to a student who, after being admitted to the University, fails to maintain the level of academic, achievement, or honor code standards that were displayed in the information the student submitted when applying for admission to the University. As a student of The University of Texas at Austin, I shall abide by the core values of the University and uphold academic integrity. In , the University implemented a Hate and Bias Incidents policy.

The policy applies to all University students, faculty, and staff, as well as to visitors and applicants for admission. The director of admissions may admit recipients of bona fide scholarships designated by the president. Official transcripts and test score reports submitted to the Office of Admissions will not be duplicated or returned to the student. Faxes of transcripts and applications are not accepted. Many undergraduate applicants come to the University after enrolling in college-level coursework or earning college credit.

Reporting previous college coursework. An applicant who has undertaken coursework at another collegiate institution including freshman, transfer, reentry, and international applicants must report all such coursework when applying for admission. Applicants who fail to report all college coursework or who otherwise falsify any part of their application or the documents required to complete the application process are subject to disciplinary action.

Action may include expulsion and loss of credit for work taken subsequently at the University, as well as appropriate action by the dean of students. The University awards college credit to some incoming undergraduate students for courses that are transferable from other colleges and universities, for designated scores on Advanced Placement and International Baccalaureate exams, and for dual credit courses the student took while in high school.

Students seeking transferable credit must submit official transcripts of all coursework taken at all other institutions for evaluation by the Office of Admissions. This evaluation determines whether the coursework could in any circumstances qualify for transfer credit at UT Austin, but it does not constitute approval of the credit for use toward a degree; such approval is solely within the jurisdiction of a student's academic dean.

If the University refuses to accept lower-division credit earned at another Texas public institution of higher education, the student and the sending institution will be given written notice that transfer credit was refused. If nontransfer of credit is disputed, the University will attempt to resolve the matter with the student and the sending institution according to applicable rules and guidelines of the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board.

The Coordinating Board will resolve the dispute and notify the parties of its findings. College credit for earning an International Baccalaureate diploma. Students who are admitted to the University and have earned an International Baccalaureate IB diploma during high school may qualify for twenty-four hours of college credit.

Details about the program are available from Student Testing Services. College credit for military service. Military veterans who enroll as entering undergraduates freshman, transfer, or returning students at UT Austin and meet certain requirements are eligible to receive up to twelve semester hours of undergraduate elective coursework credit for the time they spent in the service.

Eligibility requirements are defined in Section The credit is awarded for having served, not for any college-level courses that the veteran may have taken while in the military. To be eligible to receive credit for military service, a veteran must. Admitted students who may qualify for credit for military service should speak with a representative of the Office of Admissions upon enrollment at the University. The Office of Admissions offers a variety of services and resources to assist prospective students with the undergraduate admissions application process.

Admissions representatives work in communities throughout the state of Texas. The Office of Admissions participates in a variety of activities and efforts designed to recruit prospective freshman and transfer students. Freshman applicants should take advantage of the detailed information and resources available through Texas Admissions - Freshman. Private high school applicants and applicants from Department of Defense schools must be on track to complete coursework that is equal in content and rigor to the requirements in the Uniform Admission Policy.

See Admission Decisions below for information about requirements for automatic admission. Meeting the minimum requirements makes a student eligible to apply for admission, but exceeding the minimum is often necessary for applicants to be competitive for admission to many of the University's academic programs.

Applicants who appear to be deficient after applying for admission are notified by the Office of Admissions that they must submit additional information through an online process. Notified students who fail to complete the deficiency process will not be considered for admission.

Admitted students must complete the coursework required to remove a deficiency before they enroll at the University. For all other subjects, one semester of college credit is required to remove a deficiency of one year or less of high school credit. To be considered for admission as a freshman, an applicant must submit the following items by the deadline published on Texas Admissions.

Additional requirements for some applicants. In addition to the items required of all applicants, some applicants are required to submit additional items. Some applicants, for example, may be required to submit the Student Information Form to provide details about high school coursework.

In addition, some majors require applicants to submit major-specific application requirements. Additional information about applying for freshman admission, including details about reporting rank, high school coursework requirements, and testing requirements, is available on Texas Admissions - Freshman.

Keeping prospective students informed: In accordance with the admissions policy adopted by the University of Texas System Board of Regents, the Office of Admissions works diligently to keep students informed about items needed to complete an admissions application and about the status of their individual applications throughout the process. MyStatus — a secure online portal for UT Austin applicants — provides detailed information about application status incomplete, complete, in review, etc.

The Office of Admissions also notifies applicants by email of the need to visit MyStatus for application information. 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 when applying for admission, and the applicant must submit official transcripts of the coursework. In keeping with the admissions policy adopted by the University of Texas System Board of Regents, the Office of Admissions uses an individualized, holistic review process to consider each completed freshman application.

Annual file review training is conducted to assure that files are reviewed consistently and fairly based on admission criteria. Applications from students who qualify for automatic admission are reviewed to determine majors. Applications from students who are not eligible for automatic admission are reviewed to determine admissibility and to make decisions about majors.

No specific class rank, test score, or other qualification by itself—other than automatic admission based on section Applicants who believe that supplemental items will help convey information about their qualifications are encouraged to submit such items with their applications. The Office of Admissions uses an individualized, holistic review process to consider each completed freshman application.

Applications from students who do not qualify for automatic admission are reviewed to determine which students will be offered admission and to determine majors for those offered admission.

Applications from students who do qualify for automatic admission are reviewed to make decisions about majors. Texas applicants eligible for automatic admission.

Under these rules, the University is required to use automatic admission to fill at least 75 percent of the spaces available to Texas residents in each admitted freshman class. Each September, the University informs school districts of the rank that will be required to earn automatic admission to the University in the next application cycle. High school coursework exemptions are available for applicants who may be eligible for automatic admission and who attend private high schools in Texas or Department of Defense high schools.

In order for a student to qualify for automatic admission, the high school must report the student's rank as prescribed by section To be considered for admission to the Cockrell School of Engineering, the Jackson School of Geosciences, the Economics major in the College of Liberal Arts, and the Environmental Science major in the College of Liberal Arts and the College of Natural Sciences, applicants who are otherwise eligible for automatic admission to the University must meet the calculus-readiness requirement.

To be considered for admission to other math-intensive majors mathematics, business, physics, or computer science , an applicant who is otherwise eligible for automatic admission to the University must demonstrate math proficiency. Students who qualify for automatic admission to UT Austin at the time they graduate from high school and who join the military after graduation maintain eligibility for automatic admission for the period of time they serve in the military.

Military or veteran applicants interested in enrolling at UT Austin following military service who have not enrolled in college-level coursework since high school graduation should apply for freshman admission. Such applicants are reviewed holistically with the freshman applicant pool to determine the major to which they will be offered admission.

Admission and small high school classes: This policy applies only to one student from each affected graduating class with at least two or more students. Applicants not eligible for automatic admission. To be considered for freshman admission, applicants who are not eligible for consideration under the provisions of section As a state-assisted institution, the University reserves 90 percent of its spaces for Texas residents per Texas law; 10 percent of the spaces are reserved for out-of-state and international students.

Notifying applicants of admission decisions. In keeping with the admissions policy adopted by the University of Texas System Board of Regents, the Office of Admissions notifies freshman applicants of their admission decisions as soon as possible.

Decisions about majors for automatically admissible students and decisions about admission and majors for applicants who are not automatically admissible are made and delivered beginning in the fall.

The Office of Admissions also works to deliver spring decisions in a timely manner. Alternative paths to admission.

As part of the freshman admission decision process, the Office of Admissions may invite a limited number of fall applicants to join the freshman wait list. The University also works to identify and develop alternative admission programs that offer prospective students a clear path to completion of an undergraduate degree at the University.

In recent years, two such programs have been offered: Prospective transfer applicants should take advantage of the detailed information and resources available on Texas Admissions - Transfer. While thirty semester hours of transfer credit is recommended for transfer applicants, students with at least twenty-four hours of credit will be considered based on the strength of their application and available spaces in the incoming class.

In exceptional circumstances, students with fewer than twenty-four semester hours of credit may be considered for transfer admission under special review by appeal to the Director of Admissions. Ineligible at other institutions. An applicant who is ineligible to continue at a previous institution for academic or disciplinary reasons is not eligible for admission to the University. There is no probationary or provisional admission for transfer applicants.

Students who have obtained a degree at another college or university but are interested in working toward an undergraduate degree at UT Austin must apply for undergraduate transfer admission in the same way as students who have not yet earned a degree.

Additional situations requiring application for transfer. UT Austin graduate students who are interested in taking undergraduate courses but who have never attended UT Austin as an undergraduate must apply for undergraduate transfer admission.

The same is true for students who have taken only correspondence or extension courses at UT Austin as well as students who have taken only summer courses when enrolled as a visiting transient student. To be considered for transfer admission, an applicant must submit the items listed below by the application deadline.

Before enrolling at the University, admitted transfer students must submit an official high school transcript. The transcript is used to verify completion of the units in foreign language and mathematics that are requirements of many university degrees. Although the high school transcript is not required for admission, applicants are strongly encouraged to submit it with other admissions credentials by the deadline.

Automatic admission for eligible transfer applicants. Visit Automatic Transfer Admission for details. Qualified military or veteran applicants interested in enrolling at UT Austin following military service who have enrolled in any college-level coursework since high school graduation should apply for transfer admission.

Such applicants are reviewed holistically with the transfer applicant pool to determine the major to which they will be offered admission.

All applications for transfer admission are reviewed and evaluated individually and holistically. The Office of Admissions considers the following items when looking for evidence of a strong academic background:. Enrollment pressures at the University may not permit admission of all who qualify for certain academic programs.

Grade point average computation. The admission grade point average GPA is computed on all transferable college coursework the student has undertaken, whether passed, failed, or repeated. Transfer and evaluation of credit. Applicants for transfer admission must submit official transcripts of all coursework taken at all other institutions for evaluation by the Office of Admissions. Catalog eligibility for Texas transfer students. A student who transfers from another Texas public institution of higher education has the same catalog choices that he or she would have had if the dates of attendance at the University had been the same as the dates of attendance at the other institution.

Candidates for all undergraduate degrees must complete at least sixty semester hours of coursework in residence at the university. A transfer student who has completed a substantial amount of transferable, degree-applicable coursework may be obliged to take more courses at the University than his or her degree program requires, in order to meet the residence requirement. Students considering transfer after earning more than sixty hours of transferable credit should carefully review their options and the possible ramifications of the coursework-in-residence requirement before transferring.

Undergraduate students who are pursuing degrees at other U. A transient student who then wishes to be admitted to the University on a regular basis must apply for admission as a transfer student. Visiting transient students may not register in the Graduate School but may take graduate courses if qualified.

If a visiting transient student is subsequently admitted to the University as a regular student, credit earned while enrolled as a transient student may be used to meet undergraduate degree requirements but may not be used to fulfill the requirements for a graduate degree.

In particular, such a student will be placed on scholastic probation upon enrollment if his or her grade point average for work undertaken as a transient student at the University is below 2.

To be admitted, the applicant must meet the admission standards in effect at the time of application. Students admitted under fresh start receive no credit for coursework taken ten or more years before enrollment, even if a degree was earned. Fresh start applicants must apply for transfer admission or readmission if they attended UT Austin in the past , must submit transcripts for all college-level coursework taken and all required application items by the transfer deadline, and must have the minimum number of transferable courses.

Students seeking nondegree admission follow the process for undergraduate transfer applicants and are considered on a competitive basis with transfer applicants for the same semester. Some undergraduate majors are not open to nondegree students; applicants must select from available nondegree majors.

Nondegree students are subject to the rules that apply to other undergraduates. With the approval of the Office of Admissions and the dean's office of the applicable college or school, nondegree students may change to degree-seeking status in an undergraduate college or school.

Such students must meet the criteria required of all transfer applicants. With the approval of the instructor and the graduate advisor, a nondegree student may take any graduate course for which he or she meets the prerequisite.

However, graduate courses that a student takes while enrolled as an undergraduate nondegree student may not later be counted toward a graduate degree. A student who is admitted to the University through a reciprocal exchange program is also classified as a nondegree student. An exchange student may not register for more than two long-session semesters and one summer session. An exchange student may later apply for admission to the University as a degree-seeking student, but only after completion of the exchange period.

To be considered for admission to some undergraduate majors, applicants must submit additional information or meet additional requirements beyond those for applying to the University. Undergraduate applicants may select both a first-choice and a second-choice major when applying for admission; however, preference may be given to first-choice applicants.

UT Austin undergraduate students are expected to have completed two years of a single foreign language in high school. Applicants who meet the University's foreign language high school coursework requirement with computer science coursework may be required to earn credit at the beginning level proficiency in a single foreign language to complete their undergraduate degree requirements.

See Foreign Language in the Undergraduate Catalog. The list below offers an overview of major-specific requirements. Additional information is available on Texas Admissions and to individual applicants through MyStatus, the University's secure admissions portal.

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