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50

states

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52

countries

167 Texas counties represented

1 in 5

students are in their family’s
first generation to attend college

56%

Women

44%

Men

Middle 50% SAT Score:
1170 – 1410 (out of 1600)
  • Texas Students Automatically Admitted: 1150 – 1400
  • Texas Students Not Automatically Admitted: 1210 – 1420
  • Out-of-State Students: 1290 – 1460
  • International Students: 1260 – 1410
Middle 50% ACT Score: 27 – 33
  • Texas Students Automatically Admitted: 25 – 33
  • Texas Students Not Automatically Admitted: 28 – 33
  • Out-of-State Students: 30 – 34
  • International Students: 28 – 33
 27 - 33

50,576

applications

19,482

admitted

8,960

enrolled

1,060

Number of Texas high schools represented

1,752

Number of high schools represented

 Texas 90%, International 2%, Out-of-state 8%

Top

7%

Texas high school graduates
automatically admitted

25

students name
"A U S T I N"

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424

valedictorians

284

salutatorians


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Race/Ethnicity of Students
  • White 37%
  • Asian 25%
  • Hispanic 24%
  • Black 5%
  • Foreign 4%
  • Multiracial 3%
  • American Indian <1%
  • Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander <1%
  • Unknown <1%
Over $46 million in financial aid and scholarships awarded to TX22 54% of entering freshmen receive financial aid 1,968 Pell Grant recipients
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View a fact sheet that includes a brief overview of student demographics, graduation rates, majors, and other information about the university's students.
  Unless otherwise noted, information is provided by the Office of Admissions Research, Fall 2018; information describes enrolled students, including those who accepted an offer to participate in PACE. Admission rates are based on the total number of completed applications.   *Source: Office of Institutional Reporting, Research and Information Systems via the Common Data Set, 2017–18  **SourceOffice of Institutional Reporting, Research and Information Systems' University Graduation Rates report