Plan a Visit
Visiting our Undergraduate Programs
There are a variety of ways prospective students can visit the Department of Art and Art History. Your experiences with our admissions team can range from a group presentation at a University-wide open house event, to an individualized itinerary to shadow a current student. We encourage you to review the options below before planning your visit to campus.
Information sessions are held on most Mondays and Fridays to provide a prospective freshmen and transfer students with a general introduction to the department. Information sessions are held in the afternoon so they can be paired with a morning university tour and information session from the Office of Admissions. Learn more about College of Fine Arts Information Sessions.
Department admissions events range from University-wide open house events sponsored by the Office of Admissions, to one-on-one interactions with our faculty to gain portfolio feedback. View our upcoming admissions events.
Individual appointments for prospective freshmen and transfer students may be scheduled Monday-Friday. Depending on the availability of our faculty and student ambassadors, individual appointments may include the opportunity to sit-in on a class, gain portfolio feedback, or a tour of the department. Individual appointments are intended to help you explore our programs in an in-depth way, but do not factor into the admission decision process. To inquire about an individual appointment, contact:
Karoline Liu, Director of Recruitment and Admissions
Individual appointments for current or former UT Austin students who are looking to change or add majors in our department may contact:
Elana Logsdon, Academic Advisor for Undergraduate Students
Visit our General Information page for directions to campus, information on parking and other suggestions for your visit.
Group visits to the Department of Art and Art History are available for students in grades 8-12* or community college, for groups of 75 or fewer guests. Department representatives are available to provide information about our academic programs, admissions, and tour studio facilities in the Department of Art and Art History. Group visits may also include activities with the Visual Arts Center and Blanton Museum of Art if scheduled through these organizations. To inquire about a group visit for your student group, please contact Karoline Liu, Director of Recruitment and Admissions, at 512-471-0265.
*If your group is in middle school, please understand that we do not have a team outreach staff assigned to work with this age group. Please contact us to explore other programming options through the university Visitor's Center.