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UT College Project
Transcript of UT College Project
There is about 12,000 degrees given from the college yearly.
Each year, there is an average of 51,000 students attending the university.
About 24,000 faculty and staff members work at the University of Texas. Location of The University The University is located in Austin, Texas.
The address of the University is 1 University Station, Austin, Texas.
The University is 155 miles from Conroe. High School Requirements To be admitted into the UT College program, you must graduate under the Distinguished Achievements Program. You must also have taken a certain number of credit classes through your four years of high school. Application Requirements To turn in an application at UT, you must turn in the application form, 2 essays, an Apply Texas application, an official copy of your high school transcript, information of your class rank, ACT or SAT scores, proof of completion of High School courses, application fees, and what you are majoring in. Costs to Attend UT In-State Tuition: $9,792
Out-Of-State Tuition: $32,379
Books and Supplies: $874
Room and Board: $10,422 History of UT The first day of opening was officially September 15, 1883. Dr. John W. Mallet, one of the first chemistry teachers, was the first chairman of faculty. The first classes on campus were held in 1884. The first baseball team made its debut in 1885. In 1900, the school colors (burnt orange and white) were chosen. In 1915, Texas one its biggest football victory, 92-0. Why am I considering UT? I am considering UT because I am seriously thinking of becoming a lawyer, and UT has a good law school for an in-state school. Bevo, the Mascot Bevo, a longhorn, was picked as UT's official mascot in 1916. The mascot was original mascot was a dog named Pig. The very first Bevo was sadly eaten as the main course at a UT Banquet.