Visit UT Austin

If you're a prospective graduate student, your next step should be on campus. Meet our faculty. Tour the libraries. Connect with a program. There's no better way to sample life at The University of Texas at Austin.

Plan Your Visit

Step 1: Connect with your program.

At least two weeks in advance, contact the admission coordinator of the program you are interested in to schedule your visit. It's essential to connect with your program not only so you can meet faculty, students and staff, but also to gain a sense of the culture of the program.

Step 2: Meet our faculty.

If you'd like to talk with a professor, contact him or her directly to set up an appointment.

Step 3: Talk to an admissions adviser.

If you have questions about the application process, stop by the Graduate and International Admissions Center to speak to an admissions adviser.

Campus Tours

The university's Visitor Center offers campus tours each week. A one-and-a-half-mile route takes visitors inside a classroom, through the LEED Gold-certified Student Activity Center and past the iconic Tower on a path that traverses its picturesque South Mall, with views of the Texas State Capitol.

Tower Tours

Make plans to enjoy a guided tour of the university's iconic Tower, an example of Spanish Colonial Revival architecture opened in 1937.