Application, Application Fee, and Supporting Documentation

UTSA uses either the State of Texas ApplyTexas Application or the Common Application as its undergraduate application for admission for U.S. citizens and permanent residents. International applicants who plan to enroll while residing in the United States using a nonpermanent visa may submit the ApplyTexas Application for International Undergraduate Admission or use the Common Application. Detailed on-line information about undergraduate admission to UTSA, including a link to the ApplyTexas Application and the Common Application may be found on the UTSA Future Roadrunner website.

In addition to filing the application for admission, applicants must also provide all required supporting documentation and an application fee to complete the application file by the published deadline for the appropriate term.

The application fee is nonrefundable and is required from ALL applicants. The application fee is $70. Application fee waivers may be available for eligible applicants.

Requirements for additional supporting documentation such as official high school and/or college transcripts, official test scores sent directly from the testing company, and other documents are stated in each admission section.

Upon file completion, the application and supporting documentation will be reviewed and an admission decision will be communicated to the applicant.

A student’s application may be rejected and/or offer of admission may be rescinded if UTSA determines a student knowingly falsified academic information or provided misleading information during the admission process.