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 FREQUENTLY visit your MyStatus page:

 

MyStatus is where you checked your application status and received your admissions decision. 

This is your official campus resource and all university communications will be on your dashboard.  Check it often to make sure that you do not miss any important notifications!

MyStatus will also inform you of important next steps to move forward with your enrollment at UT Austin such as how to:

  • Accept your admission: This is the first step in moving forward with your enrollment including New Student Orientation and On-Campus Housing.

 

 

  • Make plans to attend New Student Orientation: Orientation is mandatory for all entering freshman and highly recommended for external transfer students. If personal obligations require specific orientation dates, you should sign-up for a session as soon as possible. Sessions fill quickly on a first-come, first-serve basis.

 

  • Check your housing status: A complete admissions application is required to apply for housing. Students must accept their admission before receiving a housing contract.

 

  • Check your financial aid status: You can check your MyStatus page for details. 

 

  • Meet your College Readiness Mentor: College Readiness Mentors are University of Texas students in the College of Natural Sciences who can help and are available over the summer to provide you with the information you need for your first semester! 

 

Click here to access the Meet Your Mentor website.


academic Advisor assignments: 

 

Whether you are a new student or a recently admitted student from another college at UT, you might be wondering, “Who is my advisor?” 

Advisor assignments are typically made during the first two weeks of your first semester in the College of Natural Sciences.

You will meet remotely with an academic advisor during Orientation to discuss your first semester courses and registration. 


prepare for Orientation:

 

 

 

 

  • Complete your pre-advising worksheet that is included in your Advising appointment email,

 

 

 

 

  • Explore your options for a BS vs. BSA degree with this short informational video,

 

  • View the Course Schedule. Students can view course availability, prerequisites, and flags in the course schedule. 


 You will receive information from CNS about your College Readiness requirements after May 1, 2020:

 

Please do not take any Readiness assessments until we notify you of the requirements specific to your incoming class!

 

Many freshman courses will appear to be closed...but don't worry.  

 

  1. YOU WILL BE ABLE REGISTER FOR COURSES THAT YOU NEED. 

  2. FLEXIBILITY WITH YOUR SCHEDULE OPTIONS IS HIGHLY ENCOURAGED.

  3. WE HAVE RESERVED SEATS ESPECIALLY FOR YOU WHICH WILL OPEN PRIOR TO YOUR REGISTRATION.

 

  • Find out more information about how to register for classes by visiting the Student Registration page.


Registration:

 

  • In order to register for classes, you must first meet remotely with your academic advisor to clear your advising registration bar. 

 

  • All Entering Freshman and External Transfer Students will meet with an academic advisor remotely and register for classes at New Student Orientation.

 


Pay your tuition: 

 

 

If you intend to utilize your Federal Financial Aid package, you must confirm your enrollment. 

 

Please make sure that you complete this step to avoid registration issues.

Before classes begin:

 

 

 

 

  • Familiarize yourself with Quest and Canvas: These online platforms will introduce you to your instructors, will teach you how to navigate your courses, and provide support when you have questions. You will access Quest this summer for your College Readiness packages and Canvas will be used for CNS Orientation.  

 

Specific links for remote Orientation will be sent to your email. 

Please be sure to create your UT Email address and update your contact information using the MyStatus page


 VIRTUALLY VISIT CAMPUS & AUSTIN:

 

We encourage you to download the campus map app.

Take a virtual tour of campus!


GET CONNECTED:

 

  • Connect with the Class of ’24 through your choice of Social Media:

 

Visit the official Texas 24 website

 

 

 

 

 

                                                                

 

 

 

 


resources for students & families:

 

Student Resources


Parent and Family Resources


Campus Life and Other UT Resources