Information for Alternate Applications

Undergraduate student pursuing a degree at another U.S. college or university who wants to take courses at UTA or a student who has a bachelor's and wishes to pursue their second bachelor's

Requirements for Transient/Visiting Students

A transient or visiting student who enrolls at UTA on a temporary basis (one non-consecutive semester at a time) to complete coursework they will transfer back to their home institution. Admittance to UTA requires good academic standing from their home institution.

Transient students will be classified as non-degree seeking students and therefore are not eligible for Financial Aid through UTA. 

Application Priority Dates

Fall: February 14
Spring: October 15
Summer: April 1

Applications are still accepted after the priority dates for each term, however for guaranteed consideration of admission, please submit the application and required documents by the priority date. 

Academic Programs



UTA offers more than 180 degree programs across nine colleges. With world-renowned faculty and resources, we help you carve out your path to becoming an innovator, thought-leader, and global citizen. 

UTA Academics

Ready to apply? Complete the following requirements

1. Apply to UTA

Complete and submit your admissions application to UTA.

ApplyTexas

2. Pay the Application Fee

If you did not submit your application fee through ApplyTexas, you can pay online.

Pay the Application Fee

3. Submitting Transcripts

Request an official transcript, official grade report, or letter from the registrar's office of your institution. Submitting transcripts significantly past the preferred deadline date may impede your eligibility to register for classes. Please review our Submitting Transcript Guidelines to ensure proper delivery of official documents to UTA.

Official Transcript Guidelines

4. Texas Success Initiative (TSI)

Grade reports and letters of good standing will not satisfy TSI requirements for enrollment purposes. In order to enroll in courses at UTA, you must provide proof of TSI status or receive a 1-semester TSI exemption by supplying an official transcript from your institution showing enrollment in good standing for the most recent long semester.

Requirements for Students Seeking a Second Bachelor's Degree

Students who have graduated with a bachelor's degree from a college or university and wish to receive a second bachelor's degree.

Application Priority Dates

Fall: February 14
Spring: October 15
Summer: April 1

Applications are still accepted after the priority dates for each term, however for guaranteed consideration of admission, please submit the application and required documents by the priority date. 

Tuition and Affordability



In order to qualify for maximum grant funding or loan assistance, you must submit FAFSA, turn in all required documents and be admitted by the priority dates. Contact the Office of Financial Aid and Scholarships for more information. 
Financial Aid and Scholarships

Ready to apply? Complete the following requirements

1. Apply to UTA

Complete and submit your admissions application to UTA through ApplyTexas as a transfer student.

ApplyTexas

2. Pay the Application Fee

If you did not submit your application fee through ApplyTexas, you can pay online.

Pay the Application Fee

3. Submitting Transcripts

Request an official transcript, official grade report, or letter from the registrar's office of your institution. Submitting transcripts significantly past the preferred deadline date may impede your eligibility to register for classes. Please review our Submitting Transcript Guidelines to ensure proper delivery of official documents to UTA.

Official Transcript Guidelines