Find out about requirements, fees, and deadlines
If you are a high school senior or a student who has graduated from high school but has not yet enrolled at another college or university, you should apply for freshman admission. You are still considered a first-year candidate if you were enrolled in concurrent high school and college courses, or you chose to take time off from schooling after high school graduation and have not yet applied to a college or university. UT accepts priority (U.S. applicants only) and regular decision first-year applications. For summer/fall semesters, the priority deadline is November 1. The regular decision deadline is December 1. For spring semesters, the regular decision deadline is October 1. More information regarding our application process can be found here.
If you have already started your post-secondary studies at another college or university after graduating from high school or earning a GED and have or will have earned 24 semester hours of required transferable coursework at another college or university, you can apply for transfer admission. Please note that the option to use coursework in progress is not available for spring semester applicants. For summer/fall semesters, the regular decision deadline is March 1. For spring semesters, the regular decision deadline is October 1. More information regarding our application process can be found here.
There’s no better way to experience the Longhorn spirit than by visiting our campus, affectionately referred to as the Forty Acres. We’re home to unparalleled traditions, brilliant minds, top-ranked academics and diverse cultures – all within the bustling, creative backdrop of Texas’s capital. If you plan to visit us in person, we invite you to schedule a walking tour. Our colleges, schools and campus resources offer interest sessions to complement your visit to campus. We also offer virtual opportunities to explore campus, such as our Virtual 360 Tour, admissions counselor appointments and virtual sessions.