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Visit the Forty Acres.

Here’s how.

We encourage prospective undergraduates and their families to visit The University of Texas at Austins campus, nicknamed the Forty Acres after its original footprint.

Go to the Prospective Freshman Session and Tours page.

Prospective Freshman Sessions and Tours

High school students considering The University of Texas at Austin are best served by a Prospective Freshman Session and Tour. An admissions officer shares details about the university, after which current students lead a campus walking tour.

Go to the Graduate Campus Tours page.

Prospective Graduate Student Campus Tours

If you're a prospective graduate student, your next step should be on campus. There's no better way to sample life at The University of Texas at Austin than a graduate campus tour.

Go to the Special Interest Sessions page.

Special Interest Sessions

Want to learn more about a particular college, school or academic program? Interested in a residence hall tour? Register for an interest session taking place the day of your visit.

Go to the Group Visits page.

Group Visits

Teachers, counselors, and group coordinators: it is never too early to prepare your students for college. Visiting our campus can be a great way to introduce groups of 10-100 students to life beyond high school. We encourage you to request a group visit today!