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Report to the Governor, the Lieutenant Governor, and the Speaker of the House of Representatives on the Implementation of SB 175 (4.85 MB PDF) (December 2014)
This report is the fourth in a series of annual reports about the progress The University of Texas at Austin has made in recruiting a talented and diverse student body in the five areas outlined by SB 175. See the Texas Feeder School Supplement (1.15 MB PDF) for additional information.

The Number of Texas High Schools Represented in the Entering Freshman Class, 2014
This is an annual addendum to a 2010 study that developed a consistent methodology for counting Texas high schools sending its graduates to UT Austin. (This 2014 report includes students enrolled in PACE.) The original study is posted at Texas Feeder Schools.

The Performance of Students Attending The University of Texas at Austin as a Result of the Coordinated Admission Program (May 2014) (482 KB PDF)
This is the eleventh in a series of reports on the performance of students entering the University through the Coordinated Admission Program (CAP). The cohort applied for freshman admission for the fall of 2011, completed a minimum of 30 hours of coursework at a UT System school, and transferred to UT Austin for their sophomore year. This cohort is referred to as CAP11.

Fisher vs University of Texas at Austin documents and record are available online.

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