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After-Admission Checklist

You’ve earned transfer admission to The University of Texas at Austin, and you’re decided on becoming a Longhorn.

What's next?

Accept your offer

Visit MyStatus to accept your offer of admission and, if required, to satisfy the $200 enrollment deposit. Be sure to take action by the deadline!

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Submit your housing contract

If you applied for on-campus housing, you’ll be eligible to receive a contract after you satisfy the admissions enrollment deposit.

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Register for orientation

Learn your way around campus, meet with an academic advisor, spend time with other incoming students and register for classes—it’s all at orientation.

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Complete the FAFSA and accept financial aid awards

By January 15, submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA). Even if you think you’re not likely to qualify for need-based aid, it’s still a good idea to apply. If you complete your FAFSA, you'll receive a financial aid notification in early spring, which will direct you to view the awards that are available to you and accept your financial aid package on CASH (Check Aid Status Here). For more information on this process, please visit the Understanding Your Aid page on the Texas One Stop website.

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Check MyStatus

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.

Prepare for orientation

Prior to your orientation session, complete the pre-orientation checklist, plan your travel and review the scheduleIt’s also time to start thinking about your Longhorn readiness.

Log in to MyUT

MyUT is the secure, personalized portal that you’ll use to get things done online. It’s good to familiarize yourself with it, especially if you do not plan to attend Transfer Orientation.

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Satisfy special requirements

From applying for a student visa to checking in with the International Office, complete a few extra steps if you applied as an international student.

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