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This website is for students who are currently enrolled at UT Austin and would like to transfer from another UT Austin college to the Moody College of Communication, or add a second major in the Moody College. An overview of the procedure is provided below.
You should also use the Helpful Links above to get step-by-step details on the Internal Transfer process.
Per University policy, students have a window of eligibility in which to apply to internally transfer into the Moody College. We advise you to make sure that you meet the eligibility requirements before beginning this process by reading about the University policy in the Eligibility tab above.
Once you have a good idea of what Moody major you would like to transfer into or add as a second major, you will need to attend a required information session. Please note that if you have not attended an information session recently (within the last year), you will not have access to the Internal Transfer Application or the Moody College Internal Transfer Advisor. The schedule and further information can be found at the Information Sessions link above.
The online application must be submitted by the posted deadline. After you’ve submitted your internal transfer application, be sure to review the What’s Next? section linked above.
Be sure to review the information on this website thoroughly, including the FAQ link above. You are also encouraged to review the Moody College’s Policies and Procedures webpages and the Current Students website. If you have additional questions, you may meet with our Internal Transfer Advisor after attending an Information Session.
If you are not yet a UT student, you should visit the Office of Admissions to find out how to be admitted to the University.
Damon O'Brien, Internal Transfer Advisor – Drop-in advising only available HERE (https://utexas.zoom.us/j/5145818686) Thursdays 8:30 AM to 10:00 AM (NOT available June 18th).
Lauren Brown, Program Manager - Application problems and technical assistance.