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Academic Rigor
4.4149
Dorm Life
3.9743
Food and Dining
4.0693
Bang for the buck
4.3523
Clubs and Activities
4.7817
Greek Life
5.0000
Campus Safety
4.4311
Most Helpful Review for The University of Texas at Austin
  • Category: Tips for prospective students
  • Review by: Francesca from San Antonio, TX
  • 121 out of 123 people found this review helpful

1. As a student at UT, you should always join at least one club. This way you can get to know at least a small amount of people. If you're in a tight knit club then you'll end up going places, like parties, together. 2. Don't be afraid to approach people in you classes and introduce yourself. It's always good to have at least one friend in each class. 3. Create study groups with friends and study ahead of time before you go out and party that way you don't fall behind in your school work. 4. Go to your...

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  • Alexa from Copperas Cove, TX
  • May-18-2015 I am a current student here

    I was never challenged in high school, even when I was taking college level courses, but UT definitely gives me the challenge I've been looking for. The people here are so nice and the professors and staff are so helpful. The great food and amazing city life is just an added bonus!

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  • Norman from Angleton, TX
  • Apr-05-2015 I am a current student here

    This really is the greatest college town. You have a great education with top-notch and award-winning professors on the same campus with other highly-motivated students and a vibrant community. There's just always SOMETHING going on here on the Forty Acres.

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  • Someone from Austin, TX
  • Mar-19-2015 I am accepted here and planning to attend soon

    I've lived in Austin almost my whole life, and I have to say first off that the city is great. UT has great facilities, a great location, and great students. There is nothing about this school that I am not looking forward to.

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  • Elizabeth from Plano, TX
  • Feb-07-2015 I am a current student here

    UT is a great place to come to for its education, environment, and importance as you move to adulthood. The sheer number of people almost guarantees you can make friends, and Austin is a fun, cultural place to live! There's never a down moment if you're looking for something to do.

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  • Student from Amarillo, TX
  • Jan-14-2015 I am a current student here

    The University of Texas at Austin is everything a college should be. The academics are rigorous and challenging, yet rewarding and interesting. Austin is a center for the arts and expression, and the spirit of the city flows through the University as well.

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  • Tiffany from Sugar Land, TX
  • Jan-12-2015 I am a current student here

    The University of Texas at Austin houses a large range of degrees with some of the best professors in the country. Campus organizations are welcoming and encourages life off campus as well. Overall, the institution is one of the best in the nation.

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  • Tannia from Baytown, TX
  • Jan-07-2015 I am a current student here

    UT is incredible because it has everything you could ask for and more. The professors are great so I feel like I'm getting my money's worth. There are so many opportunities to get involved in it's almost impossible to just join one organization.

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