The University of Texas at Dallas

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.) and about items needed to complete an application for admission. The Office of Admissions also notifies applicants by email of the need to visit MyStatus for application information.

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To be eligible to apply for freshman admission to UT Austin, an applicant must be on track to graduate under the high school coursework requirements defined in the state’s Uniform Admission Policy. Applicants must complete at least the Recommended High School Program; the Distinguished High School Program is also an option. The recommended program requires students to complete at least 26½; units of high school credit in grades nine through twelve. The Uniform Admission Policy is defined in sections 51.801 through 51.809 of the Texas Education Code.


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Under Texas law, graduates of unaccredited high schools may seek admission to the University.

Accepting admission. Applicants who are offered undergraduate admission to the University must take steps to accept the offer of admission. To accept admission, most summer/fall admitted students must pay a $200 enrollment deposit, which is applied to the payment of tuition when the student enrolls. Students who demonstrate financial need may qualify for assistance to cover the amount of the deposit. Enrollment deposits are refundable only until the May 1 summer/fall enrollment deposit deadline.


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A student previously enrolled in graduate school at The University of Texas at Arlington, wishing to resume graduate work after an absence of a fall or spring term or longer (summer excluded) must submit an "Application for Readmission" form online and pay the required non-refundable application evaluation charge. This rule does not apply to a student who withdraws with an Approved Leave of Absence or to a student who withdraws from the university because of deployment as a member of the armed forces of the United States serving on active duty in a combative operation outside the United States. A student returning from an Approved Leave of Absence as scheduled will be automatically readmitted and will not be required to submit an application or pay an application fee. For a student withdrawing due to deployment in a combative operation outside the United States readmission will be granted upon request, the readmission fee waived, previously submitted standardized test scores will remain acceptable and credit toward for any work previously completed applied. (TEC Sec. 51.844). In addition, the student may be eligible for the same financial assistance provided before the student's withdrawal (TEC, Section 51.9242).

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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 2017, two such programs are in place: Path to Admission through Co-Enrollment (PACE), a co-enrollment program with Austin Community College, and the Coordinated Admission Program (CAP), a University of Texas System program through which students enroll in a UT System university during their freshman year and then transfer to UT Austin—after successfully completing the program requirements—in order to complete their undergraduate studies.