- Where do I send my transcripts?
- How do I order a transcript?
- When are the course schedules published?
- Is my student information public, or private?
- How do I change my address with the university?
- Can I get a student's address or phone number?
- How do I register for classes? How can I add or drop a class?
- How do I learn out about bars on my record?
- How do I get a copy of my class schedule?
- How do I prove my enrollment?
- How do I verify my degrees and attendance?
- How do I get a catalog?
- Where can I get an admission application?
- Can I get important dates like the start of class, spring break, or finals?
- What is a UT EID?
For undergraduate admissions, drop your transcript(s) off in the Main Bldg Room 7, or mail transcripts to The University of Texas at Austin; Office of Admissions; P.O. Box 8058; Austin, TX 78713-8058.
(The Office of Admissions' Be A Longhorn service gives details about transfers.)
For information on graduate admissions, go to Graduate Admissions.
How do I order a transcript? For transcript ordering instructions, see our Transcripts page.
When are the course schedules published? Generally, the fall Course Schedule is published in early April, summer appears in late March, and spring in mid-October.
Is my student information public, or private? Certain parts of your student record -- such as your address and phone number, and your attendance and degrees -- is called directory information and can be released to the public on request. Other parts are confidential, and can be released only with your permission; these include your class schedule, grades, and grade point average. Descriptions and university rules about public and private student information can be found in the educational records chapter in appendix C of the General Information catalog. (A currently enrolled student can make directory information private by using our Restrict My Info service.)
How do I change my address with the university? You can change your local, permanent, and email addresses, and your phone number, using our secure Address Update service online, or change them offline by writing or visiting the registrar's office. Learn more on our Student addresses page.
Can I get a student's address or phone number? That information is available in an online directory. A printed official directory appears on campus in October each year and is free as long as supplies last. No directory listings appear for students who have restricted their directory information.
How do I register for classes? How can I add or drop a class? Register, and add or drop, using our secure online Registration service during your designated access periods.
How do I learn about bars on my record? Get information on financial bars online using What I Owe. If the bar is administrative, like an advising or health center bar, contact the campus department that imposed the bar.
How do I get a copy of my class schedule? The registrar's Class listing service puts your schedule online. Use your eid to see it.
How do I prove my enrollment? Get an official certification of enrollment and awarded degrees by calling us at 512 475-7540. Learn more on our Certification page.
How do I verify my degrees and attendance? Use the registrar's online Degrees and attendance service to check when you've gone to UT and the degrees you've earned here. (The service works for all students whose records have been computerized.)
How do I get a catalog? Current and past undergraduate, graduate, law, and general information catalogs are available online.
Can I get important dates like the start of class, spring break, or finals? Our office publishes the official academic calendar on the web.
What is a UT EID? An EID is an electronic identifier that lets you use secure services online. (See EID help to get an EID, and to learn about using one.) You can use the university's EID self-service tools to activate your EID, and to choose a password for it using your student ID number.