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Student Reviews of The University of Texas at Austin

4.2
based on 403 reviews
  • Brian from San Antonio, TX

    It's important to keep a balance between your academic life and your social life. You need to study hard to do well here, but remember to have a good time as well. There are many resources such as the U. Writing Center and the Sanger Learning… more read full review

    It's important to keep a balance between your academic life and your social life. You need to study hard to do well here, but remember to have a good time as well. There are many resources such as the University Writing Center and the Sanger Learning Center that assist struggling students. The TA's can also be very helpful in your studies. There are hundreds of student organizations on campus that you can join. There are fraternities, sororities, special interest clubs (such as gaming and radio), sports, and religious organizations. With thousands of people to talk to, it's not hard to enjoy a fulfilling social life at UT. read full review

  • Caroline from Houston, TX

    I am a resident of Kinsolving, an all girls dorm in the Northwest corner of campus. We have our own dining hall and about 1000 residents. It's not a bad place. Its annoying that the furniture in the rooms is all fixed to a certain place, its not… more read full review

    I am a resident of Kinsolving, an all girls dorm in the Northwest corner of campus. We have our own dining hall and about 1000 residents. It's not a bad place. Its annoying that the furniture in the rooms is all fixed to a certain place, its not like that in San Jacinto, Whitis or the renovated rooms of Jester. Every dorm has its own environment. Looking back, I wish I had not chosen an all girls dorm, just to have more male interaction. But there are plenty of guys that come in and out and you can have up to 72 hour passes for either gender to spend the night. Dorms are nice because they put you on campus, close to the hub of activities and classes. There are quite a number of rules of what you can and cannot have in the dorms, if you are interested in on-campus dorm life, look further into it. read full review

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