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If you are, or soon will be, a high school graduate with no previous college attendance, apply as an entering freshman. You can apply as an entering freshman if you have taken college courses while still in high school, but if you graduated from high school and took any college coursework afterward, you should apply as a transfer student.
General undergraduate admission to the university is based on your high school academic record, SAT or ACT scores, extracurricular work, volunteer work and essays.
Once your application is received and processed by the Office of Admissions, your application is reviewed by the Department of Theatre and Dance for acceptance as a Theatre and Dance major.
You will be notified of your admission status by the UT Office of Admissions.
Audition and Interview Requirements for Admission
The department strongly recommends an audition for students applying for placement into the Actor Training Program.
An interview is required of all prospective B.F.A. in Theatre Studies students.
Students applying to the B.F.A. in Dance are required to audition and submit letters of recommendation. Please download a B.F.A. Dance e-packet (PDF), which contains information about the B.F.A. Dance program and auditions.
For questions regarding the admissions process, contact the UT Office of Admissions
For questions regarding the Department of Theatre and Dance, contact:
Barbara Pope, Director of Undergraduate Admissions
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