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The University of Texas at Austin

The University of Texas at Austin is recognized as one of the nation’s top 15 research universities, as well as the leading research university in the entire Southern and Southwestern United States, according to the authoritative 1995 report on program quality by the National Research Council in Washington D.C.

  • The Texas faculty includes 2 Nobel Prize winners, nearly 30 Fellows of the American Academy of Arts & Sciences and more than a dozen Fellows of the National Academy of Sciences--among the highest numbers for any University in the nation without a Medical School on campus. For more about UT faculty visit http://www.utexas.edu/law/depts/admissions/about/faculty.html.

  • Tarlton Law Library, the sixth largest academic law library in the nation, is considered the finest legal research center in the Southwest.

  • The Nettie Lee Benson Latin American Collection is one of the most comprehensive and distinguished Latin-American libraries in the world.

  • Today, the University of Texas at Austin is nationally and internationally recognized for its top ten programs in Accounting, Architecture, Artificial Intelligence, Asian Studies, Astronomy, Botany, Classical Philosophy, Classics, Computer Sciences, Continental Philosophy, Engineering, Evolutionary Biology, Evolutionary Psychology, Film, Latin American Studies, Pharmacy, Public Affairs, and Zoology; top fifteen programs in Anthropology, Chemistry, Geography, Geology, Germanic Studies, Law, Linguistics, Mathematics, Physics, Psychology, Sociology, and Spanish; and top twenty programs in Art History, Business, Economics, English, Government, History, Music, and Philosophy.

  • More then just academics, the university boasts many cultural and entertainment facilities, including the Jack S. Blanton Museum of of Art. It includes 12,000 pieces of art that span the history of Western culture from antiquity to the present.

  • UT offers world class athletic facilities.