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MyStatus

MyStatus offers access to information about admissions, honors, housing, financial aid and more. Through tabs and lists of pending, completed and recommended items, get secure, individualized information from initial application submission to your final admission decision and beyond.

After you submit your admissions application, you’ll receive an email from us that includes your UT EID, allowing you to access MyStatus. During peak periods, this can take 2–3 days. Do not create a UT EID prior to submitting your admissions application as you will not be able to access MyStatus without an application on file.

Use your UT EID and password to log in.

Stay Informed

In addition to basic information about the status of your application, MyStatus offers a to-do list of items to help you stay on top of your application and admission. Here are some examples of the tasks you may see there:

  • Pay your application fee
  • Upload a résumé
  • Submit your official transcripts
  • ​Accept or decline your offer of admission

Document Upload System

Once you gain access to MyStatus you can use the Document Upload System to submit additional application items.

Within the Document Upload System you can upload items such as transcripts or letters of recommendation. You can also use Document Upload to request for someone (such as your high school counselor) to submit documents such as transcripts and letters of recommendation on your behalf.

Track Items

Having trouble keeping track of what’s been received by the Office of Admissions? MyStatus can help. Click the Documents tab to see a list of items on file.

Cancel or Decline

Should you change your mind about attending the university, you can use MyStatus to cancel your application or decline your offer of admission.