Explore UT - The Biggest Open House in TexasRealms of Discovery

At Explore UT, visitors are encouraged to unravel scientific mysteries, unleash creative energies and uncover the realms of discovery that are a part of everyday life at The University of Texas at Austin. Explore UT is organized into six realms of discovery. Adventurers of all ages can choose from more than 400 programs. On the Explore UT map and in program listings each realm can be identified by the color noted.

Embrace a culture of innovation found in the arts, architecture and communication.
Harness the creativity and critical thinking found in business, information, education and the liberal arts.
    Engineering Expeditions Embark on a journey to solve global problems and improve lives through engineering.
    Public Service Passageway Learn how your world is enriched through the law, social work and public service.
Experience the sciences and see the innovative fun in pharmacy, nursing and geosciences.
Discover our Longhorn community and see firsthand the many ways we are changing the world.

Explore UT has something for everyone to discover and enjoy. In addition, some programs have been identified as appropriate for explorers of a specific age or those audiences with unique interests:

Early Learners   Early Learners (4-7 years old) Programs that are most appropriate for children in grades pre-K to 2.
Intermediate Learners   Intermediate Learners (8-11 years old) Programs that are most appropriate for children in grades 3 to 6.
Children Under 12   Children Under 12 Programs that are most appropriate for all children under the age of 12.
teens   Teens (12-18 years old) Middle and High School students.
longhorn   Prospective Students Information on life as a college student.
  Teachers Programs offering professional development credit.
Adults   Adults Advanced programs that have a special appeal to young adult and adult audiences (lectures, historical exhibits, etc.)
All Ages   All Ages Programs that appeal to the heart and imagination of explorers regardless of age.

Educators seeking professional development credits will find that opportunity through attending programs identified by the symbol of an apple.