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We recognize homeschool programs and will work with you during the admission process. You must submit official copies of your high school transcript and official SAT and/or ACT scores. Your application will be individually reviewed by our admissions team.
Learn about Daniel Johnson, a homeschooled student who attends UTA on a presitgious National Merit Scholar award.
Local homeschool students can take advantage of the Honors Academy, our innovative dual credit program for top students. As a member of the Honors Academy, you'll take classes at UTA that will satisfy both high school and college credit requirements.
We have over 180 degree programs. Even if you don’t know which one you want to pursue, or if it changes after you enroll (which happens all the time), you should see all of the majors available to you.
The Honors College at UTA is a diverse community of undergraduates who want to gain the most from their educational experiences. Being an Honors student will push you further than you’ve ever gone before, putting all your skills and perseverance to the test. But the rewards from an Honors degree are greater than you can imagine.
College is an investment. But it’s not one you should have to worry about while you’re focusing on your studies. We strive to keep the cost of a UTA education low. It's one of the reasons we're ranked as a best value and why our students graduate with the least amount of debt of any public university in the nation.
Homeschool Visit Day is a special campus visit experience specifically designed for homeschooled students.