Plan II Freshman Application Dates & Deadlines
ApplyTexas.org will be active for Fall 2016 application on August 1.
Plan II Honors recommended application completion date. It is NOT a deadline--nothing closes or cuts-off on October 15. Plan II conducts rolling admissions. Plan II reviews applications in the order that the applications are completed. The later an applicant completes the application, the later that application will be reviewed. Because we will have been offering admission to complete applicants beginning in October, there will be fewer spots available later in the cycle when the applications completed closer to the December 1 deadline are reivewed. Fewer available spaces means a lower likelihood of admission. Competition will be stiffer as fewer spots are available.
- Plan II admission offers are non-binding and non-exclusive regardless of the date of the offer of admission
- Submitting an application on or before October 15 will not guarantee early notification or increase the likelihood of admission.
Freshman Scholarship Application (FSA) deadline: Students must complete the FSA to be eligible for any and all merit-based scholarships offered through UT and Plan II Honors. To access and submit the FSA, applicants must first complete and SUBMIT the ApplyTexas application (including all supporting documents). Every Plan II applicant should be sure to complete this application; it is the basis of all merit scholarships. Financial need is not a factor.
This is the final UT and Plan II application deadline for freshman admission in the fall semester.
This is a DUE-DATE, not a “postmarked by” date! ALL application materials must be received at the UT Office of Admission by December 1.
Plan II strongly suggests that all applicants strive to complete the application by the October 15 recommended application submission date.
On or before March 31
Plan II admission notification will be mailed to applicants who have not yet received a Plan II admission decision.
Final deadline to accept or decline a Plan II admission offer and pay the $200 enrollment fee to UT Austin. Again, this is a due-date, not a “postmarked by” date!