The times after registration when you can ad and drop classes from your schedule.
A restriction on your student record (because you owe money, need to see your advisor, etc.) that keeps you from registering.
Cashless, prepaid system that lets you buy stuff with your UT ID. More info.
The ticket option for UT students. TexasSports.com.
Could refer to the UT Austin yearbook or the Cactus Café, a live music venue in the Texas Union. More info.
A cloud-hosted learning management system by Instructure for use at The University of Texas at Austin.
Bookstore (and more) across the Drag from West Mall. More info.
Every degree includes this: 42 hours of coursework in English, literature, natural sciences and technology, math, history, government, social sciences, and arts. More info.
Lists all available classes each semester. View course schedule.
The Daily Texas
The first college newspaper to produce an online version.
Guadalupe St. between Martin Luther King Jr. Blvd. (MLK) and W. Dean Keeton St.
Area to the east of the Tower between Speedway and the E. 23rd St. circle.
Peter T. Flawn Academic Center. Home to the computer store, computer lab, A/V library, ID Center,
ITS Help Desk, Liberal Arts Career Services, and more.
Indicates that a course fulfills a content area required for graduation. More info.
The Forty Acres
The original UT Austin campus was located on 40 acres of land inside 24th, Speedway, 21st, and Guadalupe streets.
The UT Austin hand symbol. Also, the name of the costumed mascot created in the 1970s. Hook 'Em history.
ITS Help Desk
Computer help; find it on the 1st floor of the FAC. More info.
Student radio station. KVRX.org.
Times when professors and Tas are available to meet with students.
Perry-Castañeda Library. Main library with a coffee shop, computer workstations, and more.
Upper-division students who serve as guides, mentors, and friends.
Prerequisite. A class you have to take before you can take the class you want to take.
The last possible time to drop a class without penalty (or refund), between the 12th and 20th class day. Approval must be given by the dean.
Registration Information Sheet. Lists everything you need to know to register.
The group of six buildings on the South Mall.
Grassy area to the south of the Tower. Littlefield Fountain is here.
Speedway Ave. between 24th and Inner Campus Drive. Not uncommon to find free food here.
A must-read from your professor. View Syllabi and CVs.
Teaching Assistant. Graduate student who assists a professor, grades assignments, and leads labs/discussion groups.
Texas Student Television.
Student building by the Drag that's home to the Cactus Café, a ballroom, an underground pool hall, bowling alley, food, and more.
University Teaching Center. Building just west of the PCL that holds many auditorium-style classrooms.
Customizable online portal where you can pay bills, register for classes, and more.
Electronic identifier. With your password, your UT EID gives secure access to online campus services and transactions.
Your student identification card, used for Bevo Pay, door access, and more.
During registration, the process that allows students to wait for a seat in a class that's full.
William C. Powers, Jr. Student Activity Center. Newest student union building with food, black box theater, meeting rooms, dance rehearsal space, study space, and more.
Area to the west of the Tower to Guadalupe St.