College Applications and Admission
College Admission Deadlines:Listed in this chart are some of the schools to which AHS Seniors apply most frequently.(Please remember to check the college's website frequently for updates or changes to deadlines.)
- Research colleges that interest you
- Research careers that interest you
- Check the admission requirements for each college on their website
- Finalize your college list
- Use the application checklist for each college from their website
- Know your deadlines: applications, housing, financial aid, scholarships
- Get assistance from the College and Career Center
University of Texas at Austin's Automatic Admission Policy
Visit UT Austin's Admission Decision website for automatic admission information. https://admissions.utexas.edu/apply/decisions
UT Austin Memo - Automatic Admission for the 2023-2024 academic year
College Applications:Apply Texas - goapplytexas.org
Apply for admission to any Texas public university, community college, and private college.
Submit your profile, application, and essays online | Copy application information to another institution| Apply for scholarships from participating universities
Common Application - commonapp.org
- ApplyTexas Application Walk Through (Texas Tech University)
Explore more than 900 colleges and universities | They represent an enormously diverse variety of institutions – small and large, public and private, coed and single sex, highly selective and relatively open enrollment | Keep track of each college’s unique application requirements | Link the common application to your Xello accountCommon Black College Application - commonblackcollegeapp.com
The Common Black College Application allows students to submit a single application to all 68 of the participating HBCU member institutions and specify the top four choices for only $20.
Learn about Historically Black Colleges and Universities (HBCUs) and more to further your college preparation experience. | Each of the member schools work to make college affordable and ensures students graduate on time with no or low debt.
***Let your College and Career Advisor know if you use this application so your transcript can be uploaded to the counselor portal.
When applying to colleges, you may need to submit additional documents. These documents may include:
✓ Test Scores: Request official test scores from your testing account (ACT, SAT, TSI, AP, IB)
✓ Letter of Recommendation
✓ High School Transcript
✓ College Transcript – Dual Credit students
✓ Application Fee Waivers - If you qualify for free or reduced lunch benefits, you may be eligible for free resources when applying to college (see your College & Career Advisor)Additional Resources: