Congratulations on your admission to Texas Engineering!

You're ready to start your journey as a Longhorn, and here are your next steps:

  • For initial questions and information, visit our FAQs for Admitted Students webpage
  • Accept your admission offer by visiting MyStatus
  • Complete the FAFSA and learn about other financial aid options
  • Apply for on-campus housing
  • Visit Texas One Stop for everything related to registering for classes, financial aid, paying your bill, ordering transcripts and more
  • For transfer students: Gather all test scores (AP and IB) and transcripts for completed college level courses. Bring them to your orientation session to use in academic advising. Official score reports and transcripts are helpful, but not required. An accurate, self-compiled list is acceptable, but remember to include tests you took early in high school.
  • Prepare for the ALEKS Chemistry Assessment — check with your academic advisor
  • Register for Orientation
  • Complete the UT Pre-Orientation Checklist
  • Find out the laptop requirements for your major. Visit your department's website or contact your department undergraduate coordinator. Many of the engineering buildings have computer labs, in addition to the residence halls labs and numerous computer labs across campus. UT Austin offers educational discounts on laptops and reduced prices on software through the Campus Computer Store. The university also offers free wireless access throughout campus.

For pre-orientation information, visit the UT Austin Pre-Orientation Checklist page. And be sure to stay in the know by regularly logging in to MyStatus. In the weeks leading up to enrollment, you’ll be asked to share emergency contact information, submit final, official transcripts and provide proof of required immunization.