From signing your letter of intent, to figuring out fees and where to park you car – we have you covered. Learn more about the things you can check off your to-do list before arriving on campus
At Texas Law, we offer various scholarships for incoming 1L students. Learn more about what you need to qualify and how to apply:
Our goal is to help students attend The University of Texas School of Law by alleviating – or eliminating – financial barriers. It is our obligation to maximize all available resources to help meet your financial needs. Additionally, we strive to develop policies and procedures that recognize each student as an individual with individual needs and financial concerns.
The University of Texas at Austin campus is located in a dense urban center, and traffic can be quite intense, so you will save yourself a lot of hassle by parking at home and taking a UT shuttle from your community to campus. Other options include parking in the garages on campus, puchasing a parking permit or parking off campus in a nearby neighborhood.
See what we recommend for minimum specifications for student laptop:
To get you started at Texas Law, we want you to be informed of the "usual and customary" student fees as well as a few optional expenses – some of which can be overlooked when budgeting for your expenses as a UT Freshlaw. Check back soon for up-to-date information on fees.
All students entering a Texas public, private or independent institution of higher education must provide documentation that they have had a meningococcal (bacterial meningitis) vaccine or "booster" dose before the first day of the first semester they plan to enter that institution.