Visiting the College
We would like to encourage all prospective (Non-UT) freshmen to visit us. Learn more about the College by attending an information session and take a campus tour. Click here for more information about visiting the campus and the Moody College.
Admissions applications for the Moody College of Communication are reviewed and decided upon solely by the Office of Admissions. The Moody College does not require any application materials beyond what is required by Admissions.
Fall 2015 Freshman Applications
UT Orientation is offered to all newly admitted freshman and transfer students. Orientation is a campus-wide program that is offered several weeks throughout the summer. During orientation students will attend various programs about the University, take necessary placement tests and work with an Academic Advisor within their major. Click here for more information about orientation.
There are various ways for a student to achieve honors:
- Senior Fellows
- Departmental Honors Program
- University Honors
- Graduating with Honors
- Honors Societies for Freshmen
- Dean's List
All of the College of Communication's scholarships for incoming freshmen are administered through the Freshman Scholarship Application (the ApplyTexas application).
First-Year Interest Groups (FIGs)
The FIG is a cluster of classes organized around an area of interest or academic major. Each FIG group has twenty students, one academic advisor and a peer mentor (a returning UT student). Click here for more information about FIGs.
Placement Test Information
Student Testing Services provides students with opportunities to take tests for credit and placement, and assists with all the details associated with testing. They can be reached at (512) 232-2662.
Transfer Equivalencies of coursework taken
The Automated Transfer Equivalency (ATE) system provides UT Austin transfer credit evaluations for courses commonly transferred from Texas colleges and universities.
Student Financial Services
Please contact the Office of Student Financial Services for financial aid options available to the students at the University of Texas at Austin.
The College of Communication offers seven degrees:
Bachelor of Science in Advertising
Bachelor of Science in Public Relations
Bachelor of Science in Communication and Leadership
Bachelor of Science in Communication Studies
Bachelor of Science in Communication Sciences and Disorders
Bachelor of Journalism
Bachelor of Science in Radio-TV-Film