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Bill To Extend Top Ten Percent Cap Passes House

With time running out at the legislature, a UT-specific cap on the Top 10 Percent Law takes another step forward in the legislative process. The Texas House of...

 
 

Lawmakers Find Unlikely Unanimity on Top 10 Law

For as much as the Top 10 Percent Law is loved and hated, lawmakers’ support for an extension to cap the rule is as surprising as it is unlikely. The students...

 
 

Supreme Court To Hear Oral Arguments on Race in Admissions

The U.S. Supreme Court will hear oral arguments for Fisher v. The University of Texas, which challenges the consideration of race in UT admissions, on Oct. 10....

 
 
UT’s Rural Enrollment Up, Hispanic Enrollment Edges Down

UT’s Rural Enrollment Up, Hispanic Enrollment Edges Down

How close is UT to creating a student body that looks like the rest of Texas? A new Office of Admissions report on enrollment diversity shows that progress is happening,...

 
 
UT Opens New Admissions Center With El Paso Chapter Help

UT Opens New Admissions Center With El Paso Chapter Help

Young Texans from all over the state flock to UT-Austin. But some of them find it extra-convenient to apply: they have a hometown UT Admissions Center where they...

 
 
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