University of Texas – Austin

Austin, Texas 110 Inner Campus Drive, Austin, TX, 78705
A+ Overall Grade
  • A+ Academics
  • A+ Athletics
  • A- Campus
  • A Diversity
  • A+ Value
  • A+ Party Scene

University of Texas – Austin Admissions

Acceptance Rate 31.82%
Acceptance Deadline December 1
Students Receiving Financial Aid 66.58%

University of Texas – Austin Cost

Net Price* $15,502
Average Total Aid Awarded $4,771
Students Receiving Financial Aid 66.58%
*Average cost after financial aid for students receiving grant or scholarship aid, as reported by the college.

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University of Texas – Austin Academics

Student Faculty Ratio 18:1

University of Texas – Austin Majors

Most Popular Majors
  • Business
  • Biology
  • Information Science
  • Economics
  • Liberal Arts and Humanities
  • Psychology
  • Electrical Engineering
  • Finance
  • Political Science and Government
  • Health Service Preparatory Studies

University of Texas – Austin Online

Offers Online Courses Yes

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University of Texas – Austin Students

Full-Time Undergrad Enrollment 38,097
Part-Time Undergraduates 2,707

University of Texas – Austin Advisors

Theodore Longlois
Hi, y'all! I grew up in Corpus Christi, Texas and graduated magna cum laude from Harvard College. At Harvard, I majored in Folklore and Mythology with a minor in Spanish and Global Health and Health Policy. I was president of Response Peer Counseling, vice president of Harvard College Debate Union, and treasurer of Advocating Success for Kids. I was also a supervisor at Harvard Square Summer Homeless Shelter. I have ten years of experience as a teacher and tutor, including serving as a peer tutor and library educator at Harvard. After graduation, I taught high school debate and was a college advisor with Impact America, an AmeriCorps program. I also taught debate for Smith College. I then went on to teach debate at Success Academy Harlem North Central Middle School, one of New York City's top charter schools. I am currently a rape crisis advocate in Tuscaloosa, Alabama and am a member of the ACLU of Alabama's Smart Justice Organizing School. In my free time, I volunteer as a mentor with Trans Mentor Project, work on mutual aid projects across Alabama, and go hiking.

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Claire Babbs
University of Texas – Austin
Claire has over eight years of experience as an educator and college/school counselor. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin, as well as a Master's of Education (M.Ed) in Educational Psychology with a dual concentration in Higher Education and Student Affairs and School Counseling from the University of Texas at Austin. She is committed to working with adolescents and young adults in a collaborative and professional manner that fosters personal growth and academic success in both secondary and post-secondary institutions. In her spare time, Claire enjoys working out, reading Larry McMurtry novels, and spending time with her family and 4 dogs.
Brandon Kang
Stanford University
Hi All! My name is Brandon, and I'm currently a 4th year at Stanford pursuing a B.A. in Economics and an M.S. in Computer Science. I applied to universities with an arts portfolio and with a strong volunteering background so happy to answer any questions about that or about the college application process in general! I've spent the last 4 years offering college consulting services to high school seniors and have experience in both private tutoring for SAT and cello. Given that I've held roles in both the Finance and Tech industries, I'm also happy to chat about how those opportunities have linked with my college experience!

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Andrew Worrell
University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill
Hello! My name is Andrew and I am a graduate student pursuing my Master's of Public Policy and Juris Doctorate. I have a bachelor’s degree in Global Economic Studies with a concentration in Latin American studies and a minor in P.P.E from UNC-Chapel Hill. After graduating with my B.A. in 2014, I accepted a position with the College Advising Corps where I spent four years working with students as they navigated the transition from high school to life after graduation. Afterwards, I worked at financial services firm before returning to graduate school. In my spare time you can find me working on my jump shot, hiking, exploring new food, or trying to convince myself to run a marathon.

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Adrian Ruiz
University of Texas – Austin
Hello! My name is Adrian Ruiz and I am a former first-generation college student who has a passion for helping students of all walks of life achieve their collegiate dreams. Over the years, I have helped students achieve acceptance to universities of all shapes and sizes across the country like UT Austin, Stanford, Emory, Duke, University of Chicago, and many others. Everyone has a college that is right for them and I know what it is like to be lost on the path to higher education. I am here to help you on that journey through all of the twists and turns until you walk on the college campus of your choice and realize you are home.
Lisa Lozano
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
In the fall of 2012, I started applying to numerous colleges alone. As a first-generation, low-income student with a single parent, I learned everything independently. Eventually, my hard work in high school paid off and I was accepted to MIT. I completed my degree and my pre-med requirements in 2017 but decided to fulfill another passion: helping student access and succeed in college. I have served as a first-year college advisor for a cohort of nearly 80 students in the Greater Boston Area helping students apply to and get through college. As an advisor, I took a holistic approach, ensuring that students' academic, financial, professional, and personal needs were all considered. Then, I worked as a college readiness teacher for approximately 215 9th and 10th graders in San Antonio, TX and helped students practice their resume writing, drafting personal statements, and providing psychoeducational curricula (e.g., the importance of grit, coping during stressful times, finding support).  I now utilize my experiences so that other students do not need to go through the same challenging experience of applying to colleges on their own.

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Phillip Hu
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
I am currently an urban planner and designer based in Boston. I studied architecture and planning at MIT and graduated with both an undergraduate degree and Master in City Planning. At MIT, I taught as a Teaching Assistant for a course on urban planning history and co-led a campus art and literature magazine as the art editor. For the past two years, I have mentored more than 40 students as a college admissions advisor, helping my students navigate the college admissions process and discover their voice through their personal essays.

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Rohila Kusampudi
University of California – Los Angeles
I graduated from UCLA with a Bachelor of Science in Psychobiology with a focus on pre-medical sciences. For the last four years, I have been dedicated to clinical research, clinical and non-clinical community service, and student leadership at UCLA. I knew that medicine was my goal from a young age, but highschool and college experiences have been instrumental in affirming that interest. Currently, I am applying to medical schools across the country and I hope to matriculate next year.

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Jae Chang
Cornell University
I am a senior at Cornell University, studying Government and China & Asia-Pacific Studies. My main interests are international relations, primarily US foreign policy in East Asia. During my time at Cornell, I have written for a foreign policy magazine, researched with a professor, and studied off-campus in Washington DC while interning with an NGO. Since my freshman year, I have helped students with college applications through all parts of the admissions process, from researching schools to applying for financial aid. Through my experience, I have talked to a vast range of students about their own experience and how to bring out the most of it in their essays.

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College Testimonials from Clients Who Were Accepted to University of Texas – Austin

Jennifer Lawrence
Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Gabe was absolutely wonderful as an advisor. He was very thorough with both grammatical and content edits in my essays, as well as very knowledgeable whenever I had questions about the process. I primarily needed CollegeAdvisor for assistance in crafting my essays and activity descriptions and didn’t really make use of any of the offered webinars/workshops; I also had my college list already picked out when I came to CollegeAdvisor, so I didn’t receive much help there either, but Gabe did help me do some research on schools that I was applying.

Aliye Kocak
Texas A&M University

Very informative and warm people. All the advisors were open for personal, one-on-one sessions and you can literally connect with all kinds of students from all kinds of schools: Coca Cola Scholarship Scholars, Ivy League students, and national award winners. They are willing to guide you wherever you’d like to go. I especially liked it when I found myself talking with all kinds of students from different backgrounds, who are also interested in the same field as me, as they gave me good advice on how they got to where they are.

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