There’s no better way to decide if The University of Texas at Austin and the College of Natural Sciences is the right fit for you than to see it for yourself! We encourage you to sign-up or contact us to schedule your campus visit.
Provides an overview of the college at-large including fields of study, degree options, research, student communities and honors opportunities available to all undergraduates in the College of Natural Sciences. When available, this session includes a lab or department tour.
Appointments are available by request for prospective students who are unable to attend our general college information session. Individual appointments are intended to answer questions about opportunities in the College of Natural Sciences. We do not offer interviews for admission. Please contact us at CNSAdmissions@austin.utexas.edu to request an individual appointment at least two weeks in advance of your intended visit. Appointments are based on staff availability.
Provides an opportunity to visit a class and interact with faculty, advisors, and current students in Computer Science. More information is available on the Computer Science visit page.
All prospective UT Austin students interested in the health care profession are welcome to attend. This session will cover general information about pre-health profession tracks as well as services provided by the Health Professions Office to help with academic and career planning.
Please contact Martha Berry if you are interested in scheduling an individual appointment to learn more about Human Ecology, Human Development and Family Sciences, Nutritional Sciences, or Textiles and Apparel. Two weeks advance notice required. Appointments may not be available during peak periods.
Please contact UTeach Natural Sciences at 512-232-2770 to set up an individual appointment with an academic advisor. Please call at least two weeks in advance. Appointments may not be available during peak advising and registration times.
Visit the Office of Admissions Be A Longhorn website for more information about prospective student events.