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Future students, parents, school children and teachers from across the state discover the university’s research, art, traditions and resources at Explore UT

Future students, parents, school children and teachers from across the state discover the university’s research, art, traditions and resources at Explore UT

Travis Imken, an aerospace engineering major and member of the Longhorn Band, is looking forward to graduating this May from The University of Texas at Austin. It’s been a long road to this milestone — one that began before he even applied to the university. As a junior in high school, Imken joined thousands of…   » Continue Reading

From Laredo, Donna and across the state, hundreds of buses bring school children and teachers to Austin for Explore UT

From Laredo, Donna and across the state, hundreds of buses bring school children and teachers to Austin for Explore UT

Thousands of volunteers, thousands of visitors and hundreds of activities make Explore UT one of the largest open house events in the country. On the first Saturday of every March, The University of Texas at Austin invites the state of Texas to explore its resources, residential life, technology, art and research. About 50,000 people arrive…   » Continue Reading

From the Piney Woods to the West Texas plains, thousands of Texans will travel to Explore UT

From the Piney Woods to the West Texas plains, thousands of Texans will travel to Explore UT

The Biggest Open House in Texas: Two hundred and eighty-six busloads of kids will hit the road to Austin on March 7. From El Paso and the Rio Grande Valley to East Texas and Plano, teachers and students from elementary schools, middle schools and high schools will be making the trek to Austin to participate in Explore UT: The Biggest Open House in Texas.

From Odessa to Brownsville, Explore UT opens higher education’s doors to thousands of Texans

From Odessa to Brownsville, Explore UT opens higher education’s doors to thousands of Texans

<a href="#photos”>PHOTO GALLERY When Jacob Schroeder and 30 of his friends from high schools in southwest Texas make the 150-mile trip to The University of Texas at Austin for the ninth annual Explore UT, they will join more than 50,000 people visiting campus that day, but they won’t feel like strangers. This will be a…   » Continue Reading