德克萨斯大学奥斯汀分校

University of Texas at Austin

  • 美国, 得克萨斯州
  • 私立大学
  • $ 33842

    一年学费
  • 40%

    录取比例
  • 39955

    学生人数
  • 1%

    城市华人

学校信息

学校介绍
公立常春藤初始成员之一,商科与工科学生的理想选择

德克萨斯大学奥斯汀分校位于美国第二大州德州的首府奥斯汀市,是人数最多的美国大学之一,在美国南部极富盛名。奥斯汀市是德州沙漠中的“绿洲”,有山岭湖泊环抱,气候迥异于周围的沙漠区,曾名列美国五座最佳居住城市之列。

德克萨斯大学奥斯门分校的整体学术实力很强,工程、商科和传媒等尤负盛名。学校办有全美最大规模的学生报纸《Daily Texan》,但报导重点不是校内信息,而是当地、德州乃至全美的消息,为大众传播系学生提供了最好的实习场所。该校的体育运动也很知名,美式足球队曾于2006年夺得全国冠军。

德州大学所在的奥斯汀是本地区的政治、文化和科技中心,著名企业有其校友戴尔创办的全球最大的计算机系统公司戴尔公司,因此奥斯汀市还被誉为美国IT业的“硅山”。这里的生活环境也非常友好。

德州大学奥斯汀分校早前中国学生较少,近年来有逐渐增多的趋势。在申请德克萨斯大学大学奥斯汀分校时,虽然不强制要求,但学校还是强烈建议提交个人简历,并为此开通了网上系统,同时也可以邮寄或传真。另外SATII的成绩在申请中招生官不会考虑,但被录取的学生则可能获得学分。

地理位置

本科项目申请

申请材料
材料名称 必交 选交 材料说明
申请费用 $90
财产证明 国际学生需要提交财产证明
高中成绩 提交高中成绩单
推荐信 建议提交2封推荐信
作品集 申请艺术专业的学生需要提交作品集
GPA 需要提交GPA成绩
ACT 需要提交SAT或ACT成绩,ACT送分码为4220
SAT 需要提交SAT或ACT成绩,SAT送分码为6882,
SAT II SAT2成绩不会放在申请中考虑,而是录取后采纳考虑
IELTS 提交托福或雅思成绩,雅思最低要求6.5分
TOEFL 提交托福或雅思成绩,托福送分码为6882,托福最低要求79分
申请时间表

12/01

常规录取截止日

03/01

常规录取通知日

01/00

早录取截止日

05/01

决定是否接受 Offer

毕业后职业发展

90

排名

$52200

毕业起薪

$96100

中期薪资

24%

STEM学位比例

学校信息概览

统计数据
基本信息
联系我们
University of Texas - Austin 2400 Inner Campus Drive Austin, TX 78712 United States (512) 471-3434 www.utexas.edu
概况
创立时间: 1883-01-01
男女同校: 1
学校性质: Public
所在城市: Large city
校历: Semester
哲学与宗教: None
宗教信仰: None
费用
州内学生学费: $9798
外州及国际学生学费: $33842
食宿费: $11362
书本费: $750
学生分布
全部研究生: 39955
全日制本科生: 37083
在职本科生: 2872
男生: 19392
女生: 20563
Total Grad Students: 12231
全日制研究生: 10907
在职研究生: 1324
助学金
概况
助学金截止时间: March 31 (priority)
学费保障计划: Not Available
预付学费计划: Not Available
学费分期付款计划: Available
州内学生学费: $9798
外州及国际学生学费: $33842
联系财务部门
电话: (512) 475-6282
邮件: Not Reported
网址: http://finaid.utexas.edu
资助/贷款 联邦资助 机构资助 州资助 学生贷款 总计
平均数值 $4522 $4326 $3752 $5957 $10500
% 学生得到的 27% 39% 39% 43% 62%
评分
  • A+ 学术能力
  • A+ 体育
  • A 校内饮食
  • B 校内住宿
  • A+ 校园品质
  • A- 多样性
  • A+ 校园规模
  • C+ 保守程度
  • B+ 自由程度
  • C 毒品安全
  • A 希腊生活
  • A+ 姑娘和小伙儿
  • A 姑娘们的吸引力
  • A- 小伙儿的吸引力
  • B- 健康和安全
  • A+ 当地环境
  • A+ 校外饮食
  • B+ 校外住宿
  • D+ 停车场
  • A+ 聚会
  • A 技术支持
  • A 交通便捷
最好 & 最坏
事实 & 统计
  • 快乐的学生
    93% of students return after their first year.
  • 可验证的成功
    79% of students will complete their education and graduate with a degree.
  • 学识渊博的教授
    98% of students surveyed rated the general knowledge of professors as above average.
  • 低课业压力
    65% of students surveyed rated the manageability of work as above average.
  • 大的寝室
    64% of students surveyed felt that dorms were more spacious than average.
  • 接纳校园社区
    62% of students surveyed said that the campus community as a whole is very accepting of members of minority groups.
  • 好的地区氛围
    93% of students surveyed said that there is always something fun and interesting going on near campus.
  • Students Don't Want to Leave
    52% of students surveyed said that they would totally live in the area after graduation.
  • 校园自豪感
    56% of students surveyed said that they love everything about the school and have a lot of campus pride.
  • Highly Satisfied Students
    84% of students surveyed would make the same school choice if they could do it all over again.
  • 帮助找工作和实习
    70% of students surveyed said that the career center is very helpful and provides services to students beyond help landing a job.
  • 强力的校友纽带
    69% of students surveyed said the alumni network is very strong and involved in activities on campus.
  • 厉害的社会科学
    73% of students surveyed agreed that there are lots of popular activities around campus every day.
  • 向最棒的人学习
    88% of faculty have earned the highest degree in their field.
  • 帮助成功
    The school has academic and career counseling available to help you when you need it.
  • 获得AP学分
    If you took AP classes in high school, you might be able to get college credit for them.
  • Work Part-Time During School
    Employment services are available for students.
  • 帮助被雇佣
    Placement services are available to graduates.
  • 极端的多样性
    One of the most racially diverse campuses-50% of students are minorities.
  • 昂贵的
    Tuition is a steep $33,128, one of the most expensive rates in the country.
  • Don't Move Off Campus
    Average off-campus housing is a steep $10,946.
Best Of
  • 1
    Longhorn football
  • 2
    Wearing shorts and flip-flops all year
  • 3
    Good academics at a quality price
  • 4
    6th St. when you are 21+
  • 5
    Great alumni
  • 6
    Greek system
  • 7
    Bar on campus - Cactus Café
  • 8
    Basketball and baseball
  • 9
    The girls
  • 10
    Cheap drinks
Worst Of
  • 1
    No parking
  • 2
    Heavy traffic
  • 3
    Cost of living
  • 4
    6th St. until you are 21
  • 5
    Drag rats
  • 6
    Foreign professors that you can't understand
  • 7
    Jester
  • 8
    The constant handing out of flyers on the West Mall
  • 9
    Theft
  • 10
    Protests

学校信息

学术
事实 & 统计
  • 师生比例
    18:1
  • 全职师资
    2,462
  • 兼职师资
    502
  • 全职教员
    2,462
  • 终极学位的教员
    88%
  • 平均工资
    $102,252
  • 全职保留比率
    93%
  • Part-Time Retention Rate
    68%
  • 毕业率
    79%
  • 可提供的项目/专业
    163
  • 学术/职业咨询
    Yes
  • 治疗服务
    Yes
  • 班级规模
    • Fewer than 20 Students: 36%
    • 20 to 49 Students: 40%
    • 50 or More Students: 23%
  • 教育项目
    Occupational: No
    Academic: Yes
    Continuing Professional: No
    Recreational/Avocational: No
    Adult Basic Remedial: No
    Secondary (High School): No
  • 特殊证书机会
    Advanced Placement (AP) Credits: Yes
    Dual Credit: Yes
    Life Experience Credits: No
  • 本科院校/部门
    • Architecture
    • Cockrell School of Engineering
    • Communication
    • Education
    • Fine Arts
    • Jackson School of Geosciences
    • Liberal Arts
    • McCombs School of Business
    • Natural Sciences
    • Nursing
    • Pharmacy
    • Social Work
  • 授予学位
    • Bachelor's degree
    • Certificate
    • Doctorate - Professional practice
    • Doctorate - Research/scholarship
    • Master's degree
    • Post-bachelor's certificate
  • 最受欢迎的专业
    • Accounting: 2%
    • Biology and Biological Sciences: 2%
    • Business Administration and Management: 2%
    • Business/Commerce, General: 3%
  • 特殊的学习选项
    • Study abroad
    • Teacher certification (below the postsecondary level)
  • 学校的最好的地方
    • Architecture Library
    • PCL
    • Starbucks
    • UGL
    • The Union
  • 成功小贴士
    • Block your classes together; you will be more likely to go.
    • Get a flu shot.
    • Go to class. (Special circumstance if you can't understand your professor, there are notes on the web, you will not be penalized for not attending class, or you can use the time you should be in class for studying, then it is okay to skip class). But overall, going to class can really help your grades.
    • Go to your professor's office hours. It will help him know who you are, and will show that you are interested in learning and could help your grade at the end of the semester.
    • Have study groups that are productive.
    • If you are at all thinking about going to graduate school or working in the field that you are studying in, make friends with your teachers, and stay in contact with them throughout college. Just stop by their office hours, or send them an e-mail every once in awhile. You will need a letter of recommendation from them at some point.
    • Join some sort of organization.
    • Keep up with your reading in your classes, or you will regret it at exam time.
    • Make friends in class who you can get notes from if you have to miss class.
    • Make friends with your advisor so that they know you and can help you. They may be able to get you into that class that you absolutely have to have but couldn't get into.
    • Make friends with your dean if it is at all possible, as they may be able to write you a great letter of recommendation if you need it.
    • Meet your professors and TAs.
    • Pick a major that you are interested in, but don't be afraid to change it once you get here. If you don't like your classes, you will not do as well.
    • Start meeting people as soon as you get to school-in your dorm, on campus, wherever. You will be glad you did.
    • Try to block your classes close enough together so that you don't have a class in Jester and then one in the CMA the next hour. This is so that you don't have to make it all the way across campus in 10 minutes. That hike is killer. And unless you are a speed demon, you will be a little late to your second class, or you'll have to leave your first class a little early.
  • 你知道吗
    • There are more than 750 student organizations at UT. And if you still can't find the one you want, you can form your own. You just need two friends, because with three people you can form your own club or student organization at UT. This is where some of the more interesting organizations here have come from, such as The Duncan Gilman Fan Club-Duncan Gilman is a student at UT.
    • In the Spring of 1974, one of the most infamous student organizations was formed-the Association of Streaking Students (A.S.S.). Students really can create any kind of club they want.
    • There are more than 100 undergraduate degree programs, 170 graduate degree programs, and more than 50 honors programs.
    • There are more than 350 study abroad opportunities in 80 countries.
    • More than 400 patents have been awarded to the University since its inception.
    • The fall 2003 incoming freshman class had the highest academic qualifications in the University's history and included the largest percentage of Hispanic students.
    • The largest college at the University, with over 14,000 students, is the College of Liberal Arts.
    • The University awards 11,000 degrees annually, more than any other university.
学生投票

你对以下的陈述是同意还是不同意? 基于 334 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 我的大类教育要求是有价值和有意义的
  • 可以轻松选到自己想上的课程
  • 学术导师乐于助人
  • 打分是公平和公正的
  • 有很多种有趣的课程可以选择
  • 学生被鼓励去探索大范围的课程和话题
  • 课业压力可以轻松管理
  • 线上也有很多好的课程可选
  • 助教是有效的
  • 课程安排/注册过程是有效和学生友好的
  • 教室/实验室是最新的且新技术有效的

你经常做什么 基于 211 个问卷回复

从来没有
总是这样
  • 上课(讲座和讲座)
  • 做所有的家庭作业
  • 做所有被分配的阅读
  • 充分的学习
  • 有效利用研讨小组和课后答疑时间
  • 记笔记

这所学校在你申请时处于什么位置? 基于 211 个问卷回复

  • 33% 这是我的女神校
  • 56% 这是我的最想去的学校之一
  • 11% 这是我的保底学校
入学政策
入学数据
全面入学数据
全部的申请者: 38161
男性申请者: 18361
女性申请者: 19800
全部: 15335
男性接纳度: 6780
女性接纳度: 8555
录取比率: 40%
拒绝率: 47%
联系我们
电话: (512) 475-7399
邮件: Not Reported
网址: http://www.utexas.edu/student/admissions
申请信息
开放入学: No
一般申请: No
Application Fee: $75
申请网站: http://bealonghorn.utexas.edu/services/apply/apply
需要知道的重要日期 截止日期 注意事项
最早申请日期 01-00 01-00
一般时间 12-01 03-01
必须申请 05-01
入学政策
Consideration
必须 建议 非强制性
学分绩
高中学校排名
高中成绩单
大学预科课程
推荐信
面试/作品集
SAT/ACT
TOEFL
注册新生数据
全部注册新生: 7249
全日制注册男生: 3125
全日制注册女生: 3993
兼职注册男性: 65
兼职注册女性: 66
候补名单数据
申请者放置: ? 0
接受申请者: ? 0
注册的学生: ? 0
转换数据
接受的申请者: 6687
接纳的申请者: 3080
Students EnrolledF: 2228
标准化考试数据
标准化考试分数 Critical Reading Math Writing Composite (out of)
SAT分数的中位数 550 - 670 590 - 710 550 - 680 1690 - 2060 (2400)
ACT分数的中位数 25 - 33 26 - 32 7 - 9 25 - 31 (36)
总体数据
高中班级的top10%: 75%
需要的SAT/ACT: either
提交SAT的学生: 55%
提交ACT的学生: 83%
SAT单项测试的要求
没有报告的
事实 & 统计
  • 在去学校之前应该知道的事情
    • Don't go to the Health Center for a gynecological exam.
    • Don't judge other people too quickly because they're figuring out what they think and who they are, just as you are. In two weeks you might be doing what you would have judged them for.
    • If a street is named after a river, such as Rio Grande, Colorado, Leon, they run north and south. If a street is a numbered street, it runs east and west.
    • If an address is 2323 San Antonio, that means it is located at 23rd and San Antonio; 2401 Leon means 24th and Leon.
    • Keep up with your reading because it will come back to bite you in the a$$.
    • Student season tickets are the way to go for football.
    • When your parents are coming in town for a visit, and if they don't know their way around, buy them a map. There is nothing worse than Parents Weekend with a bunch of lost parents going the wrong way on one-way streets.
    • You can get free condoms at the Health Center.
    • Your ideas and beliefs about everything, i.e. getting drunk the night before a test, will change when you get to college. It doesn't mean that you are a bad person and it's okay, it happens to everyone.
  • 访谈与信息会话
    UT arranges special group visits for groups of 10 or more college-bound high school students. During these group visits, there are presentations by staff and students, as well as offer a tour of campus. Please call (512) 475-7440 ("schedule a visit for 10 or more people" option) at least two weeks before your group's desired visit date to schedule an appointment.
  • 校园旅行
    High school juniors and seniors and their families are encouraged to visit the campus to learn more about UT. Staff at the Freshman Admissions Center will help arrange a campus visit to address your interests and needs as a prospective student. Please call (512) 475-7440 at least two weeks in advance to schedule an appointment. The University also sponsors guided walking tours of the campus for non-college-bound visitors. These depart from the Information Desk on the ground floor of the Main Building (UT Tower). Tours are offered Monday through Saturday most of the year. Reservations are not required.
  • 探视
    There are no specifically scheduled overnight visits, except for Longhorn Honors, which is for students who have been offered admission to the University. High school seniors who have been offered admission to UT are invited to an overnight stay and a full day of activities on campus. Prospective students will have the opportunity to interact with current UT students, faculty, and staff.
  • 校园全景
工作 & 实习
事实 & 统计
  • 职业中心
    Career Exploration Center A115 Jester Center
    (512) 471-1217
    www.utexas.edu/student/careercenter
    Monday 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Tuesday 9 a.m.-7 p.m., Wednesday-Friday 9 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • 雇用服务
    Yes
  • 安置服务
    Yes
  • Other Career Services
    • Career counseling
    • Career testing
    • Credentials service
    • Graduate school planning
    • Library resources
    • Presentations and workshops
  • 找工作或者实习的建议
    Try to do several internships while in college, as it will help you out once you have graduated. Internships give you contacts and valuable experience, as well as great people who can give you recommendations for future jobs or graduate school. The people who do internships are the ones who are more likely to find jobs when they graduate-sometimes with the companies they interned for, sometimes with other companies.
学生投票

职业中心在学生找实习和找工作提供的帮助 基于 154 个问卷回复

  • 70% 很有帮助。他们帮助你寻找工作和实习且提供工具和工作坊。
  • 27% 有一些帮助。职业中心给学生提供了资源但并不是针对个人的。
  • 3% 有些没有用。这里有一些资源但是并不是针对个人的。
  • 0% 完全没有用。他们几乎没有帮助学生找工作和实习。

学校校友纽带的强力程度 基于 159 个问卷回复

  • 69% 很强力。校友参与了很多活动且做了很多校园招聘。
  • 30% 比较强力。这里有些活动且你可以和你需要的校友联系。
  • 1% 有些弱。几乎没有校友活动且和校友没有真正的联系。
  • 0% 几乎没有。毕业之后,校友和学校之间没有联系。
开设专业
MajorCertificateAssociateBachelor'sMaster'sDoctoral
Agriculture 2 6
Botany and Plant Sciences 2 6
Botany and Plant Physiology 2 6
Architecture and Planning 56 5
Architecture Studies 25
Architecture 1
Environmental Architecture and Design 9
Landscape Architecture 15
Historic Preservation and Conservation 5 2
Planning and Development 26 3
Urban, Community and Regional Planning 26 3
Arts 2 237 55 9
Art History 36 18 4
Art Studies 7
Design and Applied Arts 16 7
Design and Visual Communications 10 5
Interior Design 6 2
Film, Video, and Photography 1
Film and Video Studies 1
Fine Arts 78 10
Studio Arts 78 10
Music 1 33
Music History and Literature 3
Music Performance 1 25
Music Technology 3
Music Theory and Composition 2
Performing Arts 8 20 5
Dance 5 3
Drama and Theatre Production 3 17 5
Visual Arts 59
Biological Sciences 833 9 53
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 148 7
Biology 685 0
Biology and Biological Sciences 685
Biomedical Sciences and Molecular Medicine 0
Cellular Biology 8 22
Ecology, Evolution, and Population Biology 1 9
Ecology and Evolutionary Biology 1 9
Microbiology 4
Neuroscience and Neurobiology 11
Neuroscience 11
Business 628 1009 376 17
Business Management 627 198 59 9
Business Administration and Management 612 136 59 9
Logistics and Supply Chain Management 62
Non-Profit and Public Management 15
Entrepreneurship and Small Business Operations 1
Entrepreneurship 1
Finance and Accounting 567 317 7
Accounting 262 317 2
Finance 305 5
Management Sciences and Information Systems 77
Management Information Systems 77
Sales and Marketing 167 0 1
Marketing 167 0 1
Communications 5 1061 153 19
Advertising 231 88 8
Digital and Print Journalism 152 28 1
Journalism 152 28 1
Graphic Communications 5
Graphic Communication and Printing 5
Mass Communications and Media 406 37 10
Public Relations 157
Radio, Television, and Digital Communication 249 37 10
Speech Communication and Rhetoric 272
Computer and Information Sciences 2 195 42 24
Information Studies 2 195 42 24
Computer and Information Studies 2 195 42 24
Education 380 84
Education Studies and Research 39 17
Curriculum 39 17
Educational Administration and Supervision 45 38
Educational Administration 45 38
Library Science 136 5
Library Science and Administration 136 5
Special Education 47 8
Special Education and Teaching 47 8
Teaching 113 16
Art Teacher Education 20
Foreign Language Teacher Education 14 10
Health Teacher Education 4
Mathematics Teacher Education 5 5
Music Teacher Education 3
Physical Education Teaching and Coaching 42
Science Teacher Education 25 1
Engineering 1065 450 210
Aerospace Engineering 113 25 9
Aerospace and Aeronautical Engineering 113 25 9
Agricultural and Environmental Engineering 25
Environmental Engineering 25
Architectural Engineering and Technology 56 9
Architectural Engineering 56 9
Biological Engineering 86 7 21
Bioengineering and Biomedical Engineering 86 7 21
Chemical Engineering 128 6 25
Civil and Surveying Engineering 106 99 31
Civil Engineering 106 99 31
Electrical and Communications Engineering 236 121 67
Electrical and Electronics Engineering 236 121 67
Engineering Sciences and Mechanics 4 6
Engineering Mechanics 4 6
Industrial Engineering and Technology 57 6
Industrial and Engineering Management 36
Industrial Engineering 21 6
Mechanical Engineering and Technology 217 51 21
Mechanical Engineering 217 51 21
Mineral and Petroleum Engineering 123 40 12
Petroleum Engineering 123 40 12
Plastics and Materials Engineering 6 12
Materials Engineering 6 12
Environmental Sciences 19 6 2
Conservation and Environmental Studies 19 6 2
Environmental and Marine Sciences 6 2
Environmental Studies 19
Health Care 4 350 113 156
Communication Disorders 109 20 6
Audiology 5
Communication Sciences and Disorders 109 20 1
Diagnostics 4
Clinical Laboratory Technician 4
Intervention and Treatment 19
Athletic Training 19
Nursing 168 85 8
Family Practice and Pediatric Nursing 85
Nursing Science, Education, and Practice 8
Registered Nursing (RN) 168
Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences 5 140
Pharmaceutical Sciences 5 16
Pharmacy Studies 124
Public Health 4 50 3 2
Public Health Education 50 3 2
Public Health Studies 4
Languages and Literature 552 81 63
English 316 40 22
Creative Writing 18
English Language Studies 270 15 14
Professional, Technical, Business, and Scientific Writing 46
Rhetoric and Composition 7 8
Language Studies and Linguistics 42 10 15
Comparative Literature 5 7
Foreign Languages and Literatures 1
Linguistics, Interpretation, and Translation 41 5 8
Regional Language and Literature Studies 54 12 11
Arabic Language and Literature 0 0 1
East Asian Languages and Literatures 32 6 1
German Language and Literature 10 2
Hebrew Language and Literature 2
Latin and Ancient Greek Studies 12 5 5
Russian and Eastern European Languages and Literature 1
Romance Languages 140 19 15
French Language and Literature 33 12 1
Italian Language and Literature 4
Romance Languages and Literatures 1 0 2
Spanish Language and Literature 102 7 12
Law 46 376
Advanced Legal Studies 46
Advanced Legal Research 46
Law and Legal Studies 376
Law Studies 376
Mathematics & Statistics 7 190 50 20
Computational and Applied Mathematics 7 1 15 6
Mathematics 189 24 14
Statistics 11
Philosophy and Religion 13 82 2 6
Philosophy Studies 13 61 2 6
Ethics 13
Philosophy 61 2 6
Religion 21 0 0
Islam 1
Judaism 1
Religious Studies 19 0 0
Physical Sciences 187 23 72
Astronomy and Astrophysics 17 5 6
Astronomy 17 5 6
Chemistry and Chemical Technology 89 10 36
Chemistry 89 10 36
Earth Sciences 30
Geology and Earth Science 30
Physics 51 8 30
Psychology & Counseling 336 50 50
Clinical Psychology and Counseling 41 35
Clinical Psychology 6
School Psychology 41 29
Psychology 336 9 15
Recreation & Fitness 169 20 9
Health and Physical Fitness Education 24
Kinesiology and Exercise Science 90 20 9
Sport and Fitness Management 55
Social Sciences & Liberal Arts 36 2060 171 99
Area and Ethnic Studies 4 94 38 12
African American Studies 0 0
European and Russian Studies 1 0
Hispanic American Studies 2
Latin American Studies 19 23 1
Minority and Group Studies 4 19
North American Studies 38 6 11
Women's Studies 18 6
Consumer and Retail Merchandising 40 9
Apparel and Textile Science 40 9
Economics 330 21 10
Economics and Econometrics 330 21 10
Family Studies and Consumer Sciences 7
Food and Nutrition Studies 123 1 3
Foods, Nutrition, and Wellness Studies 123
Nutrition Sciences 1 3
History 255 9 27
Human Development 5
Family and Community Services 5
International Studies and Government 18 418 57 14
International Relations and National Security Studies 38
International Studies 13 51
Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution 5
Political Science and Government 367 19 14
Liberal Arts and Humanities 6 126
Social Sciences 3 667 36 33
Anthropology and Archaeology 96 6 15
Geography 83 8 3
Sociology 3 457 22 15
Urban Studies and Affairs 31
Social Services 81 273 15
Public Policy, Administration, and Social Work 81 273 15
Public Policy Analysis 91 4
Social Work and Youth Services 81 182 11
奖学金
学生投票

哪一个陈述更好地描述了你在学校的财务资助经历? 基于 593 个问卷回复

  • 35% 很顺畅,并且我拿到了我需要的财务资助。
  • 19% 过程有点儿苦难,但是我拿到了我需要的财务资助。
  • 7% 完全是令人头疼的一件事情,并且使用了各种方式来接受补助。
  • 24% 是一个开放的过程并且我正在解决它。
  • 17% 我没有申请财务资助。

学生情况

校友和毕业生
事实 & 统计
  • 校友办公室
    Etter-Harbin Alumni Center
    2110 San Jacinto Boulevard
    Phone: (512) 471-8839
    www.texasexes.org
  • 校友服务
    • ALCALDE Magazine
    • Alumni class notes
    • Alumni directory
    • Alumni discounts
    • Alumni group travel
    • Career network
    • Career services
    • Continuing education
    • Lifetime e-mail forwarding
    • Move Center
    • Tailgates at the Alumni Center
    • Texas Exes business network
    • Texas Exes chapters around the world
    • Texas Orange Pages
    • UT Library Access
  • 校友出版物
    The ALCALDE
  • 主要校友活动
    • Alumni College
    • Class reunions
    • Distinguished Alumnus Awards
    • Pre- and post-football game gatherings at the Alumni Center
  • 著名校友
    • Bill Archer - former U.S. representative from Texas
    • James A. Baker III - former chief of staff for President Ronald Reagan, former secretary of the treasury, former secretary of state
    • Barbara Barrie - actress
    • Robert Benton - screenwriter
    • Lloyd Bentsen - former U.S. senator from Texas, Democratic nominee for vice president in 1988
    • Dolph Briscoe - former governor of Texas
    • Laura Bush - former first lady
    • Earl Campbell - football player
    • Liz Carpenter - journalist
    • Tom C. Clark - Supreme Court justice
    • Roger Clemens - baseball
    • Rita C. Clements - former first lady of Texas
    • Joel Coen - writer/director
    • Dabney Coleman - actor
    • John B. Connally - former governor of Texas
    • Mrs. Nellie Connally - former first lady of Texas
    • Denton A. Cooley - heart surgeon, performed first implantation of a total artificial heart
    • Barbara Conrad - opera singer
    • Margaret Cousins - author
    • Roy Crane - cartoonist
    • Ben Crenshaw - golfer
    • Robert L. Crippen - astronaut
    • Walter Cronkite - journalist
    • Mrs. Bing Crosby - actress
    • Michael Dell - computers
    • Lloyd Doggett - senator
    • Edwin Dorn - former assistant secretary of defense, former dean of LBJ School
    • Ron Ely - actor
    • Don Evans - former secretary of commerce
    • Farrah Fawcett - actress
    • Peri Gilpin - actress
    • Marcia Gay Harden - actress
    • Shelby Hearon - author
    • Stephen Herek - director
    • Miss Ima Hogg - philanthropist
    • Karen Elliott House - journalist
    • Kay Bailey Hutchison - senator
    • Bobby R. Inman - retired U.S. admiral
    • Lady Bird Johnson - former first lady
    • Janis Joplin - musician
    • Tom Kite - golfer
    • Tom Landry - football player and coach
    • Tom Loeffler - former U.S. representative from Texas
    • Jayne Mansfield - actress
    • Red McCombs - co-founder of Clear Channel Communications
    • Matthew McConaughey - actor
    • Bill Moyers - journalist
    • Tommy Nobis - football player
    • Fess Parker - actor
    • Frederico Pena - former secretary of transportation and energy
    • Mitch Pileggi - actor
    • Dan Rather - journalist
    • Sam Rayburn - speaker of the House
    • Kevin Reynolds - director
    • Harvey Schmidt - composer
    • Alan Shivers - former governor of Texas
    • Sheik Abdullah Tariki - co-founder of OPEC
    • Owen Temple - Texas country singer
    • Fernando Belaúnde Terry - former president of Peru
    • Rip Torn - actor
    • Tommy Tune - actor
    • Eli Wallach - actor
    • William S. White - author and columnist
    • Ricky Williams - football player
    • Owen Wilson - actor
    • Ralph W. Yarborough - former U.S. senator from Texas
    • Renee Zellweger - actress
多样性
事实 & 统计
  • 非洲裔美国人
    4%
  • 亚洲人
    17%
  • 西班牙人
    21%
  • 国际的
    5%
  • 本土美国人
    0%
  • 白人
    49%
  • 未知
    0%
  • 历史上是否是黑人大学
    No
  • 民族学院
    No
  • 州外学生
    11%
  • 一般住处
    • California
    • Foreign countries
    • Illinois
    • New Jersey
    • New York
  • 学生年龄细分
    Under 18: 1%
    18-19: 32%
    20-21: 33%
    22-24: 16%
    25+: 18%
  • 女教员
    36%
  • 男教员
    64%
  • 教员多样性
    African American: 3%
    Asian American: 4%
    Hispanic: 4%
    International: 19%
    Native American: 0%
    White: 69%
    Unknown: 0%
  • 同志骄傲大游行
    Austin is pretty cool, and it’s definitely the liberal bubble of Texas, so the gay acceptance is probably higher here than anywhere else in Texas. There are gay organizations on campus such as She Says, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Gay Students Association, Rainbow Summit, OUTlaw, MBA OUTsource, and even an all-gay fraternity, the Delta Lambda Phi Colony. But again, there are definitely the more conservative students on campus who may not be as open-minded. Over all, UT is pretty tolerant.
  • 政治活动
    Very high on the UT campus. Austin is a very liberal town and UT is a very liberal campus. However, the conservatives also have their voice. One of the biggest controversies on campus every year comes from a conservative group, Justice for All, an anti-abortion group. And on the liberal side, Guadalupe was shut down from MLK to Dean Keeton for six hours in spring of 2003 during an anti-war protest.
  • 经济地位
    There are definitely all levels of economic status here at UT. It depends on where you look as to what kind of impression you get about the economic status here. There are wealthy students, students from middle-class families, and students with very little money. With 50,000 students, there are obviously going to be great disparities in the economic status of the students here. Some students are completely funded by financial aid, while others pay their way by working their way through college, and then there are students completely funded by their parents.
  • 最寻常的地区
    Christianity is pretty popular on campus. There are several churches on campus, and you will often see people on campus passing out bibles or preaching. This is in addition to the many Christian groups that can be found on campus. There are a lot of Jewish students at UT, with Hillel just across the street and several organizations on campus. The Church of Scientology is one you can’t miss, as it is huge and directly across from campus, so if that interests you, they are always recruiting. Many students are non-religious, or at least, they do not go to church regularly while at school here. But if you are looking for some religion, check out the booths on the West Mall, ask friends in the dorm where they go to church, attend Greek bible studies, or just look around campus or in the phone book. You can try a different church every weekend for months.
  • 校园内的少数俱乐部
    Asian American Relations Group, Asian Pacific American Coalition, Beta Alpha Psi, Black Health Professions Organization, Hillel Jewish Students Association, Hindu Students Council, Indian Cultural Association, Indian Graduate Business Association, Jewish MBA Association, Latin American Linguists and Anthropologists, Longhorn American Indian Council, Longhorn College Chapter of the N.A.A.C.P., Mexican Student Association, Minority Culture Committee, Minority Women Pursuing Law, Multicultural Awareness Society, Queer People of Color, S.E.E.D. (Society Encouraging Excellence through Diversity), Society of Hispanic Professional Engineers, Student Recruitment and Orientation Committee, Thurgood Marshall Legal Society
  • Did You Know?
    Students represent all 254 counties in Texas, all 50 states and 115 foreign countries.
学生投票

学生在以下领域的多样性是怎样的? 基于 329 个问卷回复

非常同质化
差异性很大
  • 经济地位
  • 道德声望
  • 国际学生
  • 政治关系
  • 宗教背景
  • 性取向

How would you best describe your personal political beliefs? 基于 212 个问卷回复

  • 7% 激进的/自由的
  • 27% 自由的
  • 25% 中度的
  • 16% 保守的
  • 3% 非常保守
  • 8% 自由人
  • 15% 不是很确定

How would you best describe the political beliefs of campus as a whole? 基于 322 个问卷回复

  • 13% 激进的/自由的
  • 48% 自由的
  • 18% 中度的
  • 3% 保守的
  • 1% 非常保守
  • 2% 自由人
  • 15% 不是很确定

你加入了哪一个政党 基于 172 个问卷回复

  • 17% 共和党
  • 34% 民主党
  • 26% 无党派
  • 2% 其他没有提及的党派
  • 20% 我不关心政治

校园对于同性恋、双性人的接纳度 基于 172 个问卷回复

  • 61% 接纳度很高。这些学生被视作是正常学生。
  • 36% 接纳,他们被公平对待,但是仍然有一些人不认可。
  • 3% 有一些接受,但是这些学生可能是群体外部的,并且是害怕被孤立的。
  • 0% 不接受的,他们经常保持沉默。

学校整体对于少数群体的接纳程度? 基于 212 个问卷回复

  • 62% 非常接受的。
  • 32% 大多数学生是很接纳的,只有少数案例是不接受的
  • 5% 校园接纳度是分散的,不是所有的少数群体都是可以被接纳的
  • 1% 作为少数群体在这里是非常痛苦的
毒品安全
事实 & 统计
  • 与酒精相关的案件
    207
  • 与酒精相关的逮捕
    140
  • 毒品相关的提供
    21
  • 毒品有关大逮捕
    51
  • 最受欢迎的毒品
    • Adderall
    • Alcohol
    • Cocaine
    • Marijuana
    • Ritalin
  • 毒品咨询项目
    Confidential Telephone Counseling
    (512) 471-2255
学生投票

说出校园里最受欢迎的毒品 基于 238 个问卷回复

  • 38% 酒精
  • 32% 大麻
  • 19% 处方研究药物
  • 4% 没有
  • 2% 可卡因
  • 1% 迷幻药
  • 1% 处方止疼药(安定剂)
  • 1% 其他处方药
  • 1% 迷幻剂
  • 1% 类固醇
  • 0% 甲基苯丙胺
  • 0% 海洛因

你将如何描述校园里的毒品使用状况 基于 239 个问卷回复

  • 7% 毒品没有在校园里使用,是真的
  • 38% 几乎没注意过。很少学生参与
  • 38% 有点明显,少于一半的同学参与
  • 15% 很明显,很多学生参与
  • 0% 非常明显,大多数学生参与

你将如何描述学校里的群体性醉酒现象? 基于 238 个问卷回复

  • 7% 学生几乎不在校园里喝酒
  • 15% 几乎没注意过。很少学生参与
  • 14% 有点明显,少于一半的同学参与
  • 43% 很明显,很多学生参与
  • 21% 非常明显,大多数学生参与

低龄儿童如何接触到酒精 基于 239 个问卷回复

  • 5% 不限制
  • 21% 有点限制
  • 49% 不太限制
  • 26% 开放的

个人的压力如何影响学生摄入酒精和毒品? 基于 240 个问卷回复

  • 33% 你可以有足够的社会生活可以免除毒品和酒精
  • 54% 很多人以某种形式参加,如果你不参加会被区别对待
  • 11% 如果你不喝酒会觉得有点尴尬
  • 2% 如果不参与就会被排挤
希腊生活
事实 & 统计
  • 兄弟会的本科男生
    9%
  • 姐妹会的本科女生
    12%
  • 兄弟会的人数
    32
  • 姐妹会的人数
    25
  • 兄弟会
    • ACACIA
    • Alpha Epsilon Pi
    • Alpha Phi Alpha
    • Alpha Tau Omega
    • Beta Kappa Gamma
    • Beta Theta Pi
    • Chi Phi
    • Delta Chi
    • Delta Sigma Phi
    • Delta Tau Delta
    • Gamma Beta
    • Kappa Alpha Psi
    • Kappa Sigma
    • Lambda Chi Alpha
    • Lambda Theta Phi
    • Omega Delta Phi
    • Omega Psi Phi
    • Phi Delta Theta
    • Phi Gamma Delta
    • Phi Kappa Psi
    • Phi Kappa Theta
    • Pi Kappa Alpha
    • Pi Kappa Phi
    • Sigma Alpha Epsilon
    • Sigma Alpha Mu
    • Sigma Chi
    • Sigma Lambda Beta
    • Sigma Phi Epsilon
    • Sigma Pi
    • Tau Kappa Epsilon 
    • Theta Chi
    • Zeta Beta Tau
  • 姐妹会
    • Alpha Chi Omega
    • Alpha Delta Pi
    • Alpha Epsilon Phi
    • Alpha Kappa Alpha
    • alpha Kappa Delta Phi
    • Alpha Phi
    • Alpha Xi Delta
    • Chi Omega
    • Delta Delta Delta
    • Delta Gamma
    • Delta Sigma Theta
    • Kappa Alpha Theta
    • Kappa Delta
    • Kappa Delta Chi
    • Kappa Kappa Gamma
    • Kappa Phi Gamma
    • Lambda Theta Alpha
    • Pi Beta Phi
    • Sigma Delta Lambda
    • Sigma Delta Tau
    • Sigma Gamma Rho
    • Sigma Lambda Gamma
    • Sigma Phi Omega
    • Zeta Phi Beta
    • Zeta Tau Alpha
  • Multicultural Colonies
    • Alpha Kappa Alpha (NPHC)
    • alpha Kappa Delta Phi (TAPC)
    • Alpha Phi Alpha (NPHC)
    • Beta Chi Theta (Affiliate)
    • Beta Kappa Gamma (TAPC)
    • Chi Upsilon Sigma (Affiliate)
    • Delta Kappa Delta (Affiliate)
    • Delta Sigma Theta (NPHC)
    • Gamma Beta (TAPC)
    • Kappa Alpha Psi (NPHC)
    • Kappa Delta Chi (UGC)
    • Kappa Phi Gamma (TAPC)
    • Lambda Theta Alpha (UGC)
    • Lambda Theta Phi (UGC)
    • Omega Delta Phi (UGC)
    • Omega Phi Gamma (Affiliate)
    • Omega Psi Phi (NPHC)
    • Phi Iota Alpha (Affiliate)
    • Sigma Delta Lambda (UGC)
    • Sigma Gamma Rho (NPHC)
    • Sigma Lambda Beta (UGC)
    • Sigma Lambda Gamma (UGC)
    • Sigma Phi Omega (TAPC)
    • Theta Nu Xi (Affiliate)
    • Zeta Phi Beta (NPHC)
    • Zeta Sigma Chi (Affiliate)
  • 其他希腊组织
    • Gamma Sigma Alpha
    • Greek Council
    • Greek Peer Advisors
    • Interfraternity Council
    • Order of Omega
    • Panhellenic Council
  • Did You Know?
    • Fraternity and sorority members are 28 percent more likely to graduate than their non-Greek peers.
    • Kevin Dunn from "The Real World: Back to New York" went to UT. He was in the communications school, and he was a member of Delta Tau Delta.
    • Matthew McConaughey was a Delta Tau at UT.
    • Farrah Fawcett was a Texas Tri Delt (Delta Delta Delta).
    • Kay Bailey Hutchison and Ima Hogg were members of Pi Beta Phi at the University of Texas.
    • Jim "Mattress Mac" McIngvale from Gallery Furniture in Houston, was a Pike (Pi Kappa Alpha) at UT, as was Fess Parker who was Disney's Davy Crockett in the 1950s.
    • Lynda Bird Johnson, LBJ's oldest daughter, was a Zeta (Zeta Tau Alpha) at Texas.
    • Pi Beta Phi was the first sorority on the UT Campus and will be 105 years old in 2007.
    • If a chapter's name is Texas Alpha, it means it was the first of its national organization to be founded in that state. Pi Beta Phi and Sigma Phi Epsilon are both the Texas Alpha chapters at the Univeristy of Texas.
学生投票

在校园场景里希腊生活的角色 基于 453 个问卷回复

  • 53% 兄弟会很大,你不必加入社团去享受,但是你可能会考虑加入
  • 39% 希腊生活是平均的,如果你不加入没有人会区别对待你。
  • 5% 希腊生活很大,如果你不是希腊人,你就什么都不是
  • 2% 在社会生活中希腊生活是不重要且没有什么影响的
  • 0% 我们没有希腊生活

非组织人对于组织人的总体态度 基于 452 个问卷回复

  • 6% 很多不是会的人认为希腊会员做了很多对社团有益的事情
  • 40% 大多说非会员对于会员很冷漠。
  • 29% 非会员认为希腊人只对她们加入的党派有好处。
  • 25% 非会员认为他们是势力而且排外的。

进入兄弟会或者姐妹会的难度 基于 452 个问卷回复

  • 3% 很容易
  • 35% 有些容易
  • 50% 有些困难
  • 12% 很困难
姑娘们 & 小伙儿
事实 & 统计
  • 女生
    51%
  • 男生
    49%
  • 计划生育
    Yes
    University Health Center-SSB
  • 与学生碰面最好的地方
    1. Fraternity parties
    2. Downtown
    3. Dorms
  • Best Places to Hook Up
    1. Frat houses
    2. Bars
    3. Dorms
    4. Mt. Bonnell
    5. Your bed, you exhibitionist you
  • 社会科学
    The social scene on and around the UT campus is definitely one of the most positive things about this university. We are often ranked as one of the top 10 (or at least in the top 20) party schools in the nation. The students at Texas definitely know how to have fun. Whether it is storming Guadalupe after Ricky Williams won the Heisman, and thousands of students were singing the "Eyes of Texas," while others climbed on top of a Capital Metro Bus, or a rowdy frat party, the social scene at UT can't be beat. After we win a home football game, there are always huge celebrations on campus, at the fraternity houses, and downtown. Organizations on campus have house and apartment parties, and this is a great way to spend time with your friends outside of working on the main purpose of your organization, whether it be political, service, honorary, or social.
  • 同盟或者恋爱关系
    The people who want to be in relationships, at least the guys, are in them. Most guys want hookups (not to say that girls don't want them, as well), but it is pretty much guaranteed that guys are interested in casual hookups. Freshman year is definitely not a time for relationships, as there are too many people to meet to be tied down. I also don't recommend long distance relationships or relationships where one partner is still in high school during your freshman year. This is especially true if you will be living in a coed dorm. Cheating will occur. I've seen it too many times, and as much as you want to say you won't do it, it is more than likely going to happen. So, you might as well just go to college single and be able to do what you want to do without hurting someone else. Dating, as in going out on dates, is almost non-existent here, outside of relationships. Dating consists of hanging out, going to parties, or maybe going to or meeting up at a bar. I would ask the new generation of Longhorn men to try and change this, and take the girls out on real dates once in awhile. Trust me, they'll appreciate it.
  • 与男生/女生碰面的最好的地方
    With 50,000 students on campus and 7,000 freshman in your class, there have got to be a few that you like. A great way to meet people is if you live in a coed dorm because everyone is right there, either right down the hall, next door, or on the next floor. And the coed dorm is also very conducive to hookups, as everyone is located quite conveniently. Fraternity parties are also a popular place to meet people, and alcohol helps everyone overcome any shyness they might possess. Students might also meet someone in class-a novel idea. Study groups are good for your grade point average, as well as your social life, if you pick those you find most attractive to join your group. Bars, once you are 21, are definitely a place to meet people, and you could meet a different sort of person than the type you normally hang around with. Sixth Street attracts people from all over Austin, not just students. Organizations on campus are another opportunity to meet people, and these people you know you will have something in common with.
  • 着装礼仪
    You can wear anything at UTA when you are going to class. It's easy to spot the freshmen girls on campus because they are the ones who take the time to shower before class, to put on full makeup, to wear a skirt and cute top. Once girls get older, they realize that it doesn't matter what they look like for class and they wear what everyone else wears: T-shirts, jeans, pajama pants, soft shorts, wind pants, sweat shirts, tank tops, little or no makeup, un-showered. You can tell the freshmen guys by the orange shirts that they wear to class at least three days a week. A little thing we like to say is, "We get it, you got in!" Once they grow out of that, guys wear T-shirts, jeans, khaki shorts, athletic shorts, wind pants, khaki pants, sweatshirts, and polo shirts. Pretty much everyone in the Greek system will wear their Greek T-shirts almost everyday on campus. Flip-flops are definitely a must on campus, and they are worn year-round, as it never really gets too cold for them. Reefs are very popular, as are Rainbows. Lots of guys wear boots, New Balance tennis shoes, and Merrells are also pretty popular.
学生投票

我会说学校里的女生是 基于 250 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 迷人的
  • 运动好的
  • 有创造力的
  • 友好的
  • 有趣的
  • 令人讨厌的
  • 学习认真的
  • 聚会
  • 开朗的
  • 同性恋
  • 宗教信仰的
  • 聪明的
  • 高傲的

我会说学校里的男生是 基于 251 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 迷人的
  • 运动好的
  • 有创造力的
  • 友好的
  • 有趣的
  • 令人讨厌的
  • 学习认真的
  • 聚会
  • 开朗的
  • 同性恋
  • 宗教信仰的
  • 聪明的
  • 高傲的

在学校最好的交友方式是? 基于 174 个问卷回复

  • 27% Join clubs and find people with similar interests
  • 18% Mostly people in the same major
  • 17% Just talk 2 people "hi my name is.."
  • 13% Living on campus
  • 9% Greek life
  • 7% Join a spirit group
  • 5% Parties and Sixth Street
  • 3% Campus jobs
  • 1% Living at an off campus dorm

你如何排名学校的社会现象? 基于 293 个问卷回复

  • 73% 非常有生气的,每天都有许多流行活动
  • 24% 活跃的,有一些流行活动
  • 2% 安静的,只有一些流行的活动和机会来遇见新的人
  • 1% 缺乏,几乎,没有有趣的或者流行的活动

校园信息

校园管理
事实 & 统计
  • 学生最有可能因为...被抓住
    • Drinking in the courtyard
    • Getting caught with alcohol underage
    • Smoking weed in your dorm room
    • Throwing a party in an apartment
    • Violating parking regulations
学生投票

行政策略对于以下话题的排名严厉程度 基于 438 个问卷回复

很严格
非常宽容
  • 寝室酒精的使用
  • 出席率
  • 创建新的学生组织
  • 毒品使用
  • 荣誉守则
  • 噪音干扰
  • 停车
  • 游行示威
  • 未达到法定年龄喝酒
  • 寝室探视

校园警察或安保如何影响你的校园经历 基于 461 个问卷回复

  • 45% Very positively. Officers are kind and helpful.
  • 54% 比较好的,如果你尊重他们会很好相处。
  • 1% 有点不好,他们只对破坏感兴趣。
  • 0% 非常不好,他们把每个人都当成罪犯来对待。
体育
事实 & 统计
  • 体育协会
    • NAA
    • NCAA
  • 体育部门
    NCAA Division I-A
  • 体育会议
    Football: Big Twelve Conference
    Basketball: Big Twelve Conference
  • 学校昵称
    Bevo the Longhorn
  • 参与大学体育的男生
    269 - 2%
  • 参与大学体育的女生
    268 - 1%
  • Students Receiving Athletic Financial Aid
    Football: 86
    Basketball: 26
    Baseball: 38
    Cross Country/Track: 58
    Other Sports: 188
  • Graduation Rates of Athletic Financial Aid Recipients
    Football: 28%
    Basketball: 25%
    Baseball: 15%
    Cross Country/Track: 56%
    Other Sports: 70%
  • 大学男生的体育运动
    • Baseball
    • Basketball
    • Football
    • Golf
    • Swimming and diving
    • Tennis
    • Track and field
  • 大学女生体育运动
    • Basketball
    • Golf
    • Rowing
    • Soccer
    • Softball
    • Swimming and diving
    • Tennis
    • Track and field
    • Volleyball
  • 体育俱乐部
    • Aikido
    • Archery
    • Badminton
    • Ballet Folklorico
    • Ballroom dance
    • Baseball
    • Bass team
    • Crew
    • Cycling
    • Dance team
    • Fencing
    • Golf
    • Gymnastics
    • Handball
    • Ice hockey
    • Japanese karate
    • Judo
    • Kendo
    • Lacrosse (men's and women's)
    • Marathon team
    • Polo
    • Powerlifting
    • Racquetball
    • Roller hockey
    • Rugby (men's and women's)
    • Sailing club
    • Sailing team
    • Soccer (men's and women's)
    • Squash
    • Table tennis
    • Tae Kwon Do (ITF and WTF)
    • Tennis
    • Ultimate Frisbee (men's and women's)
    • Volleyball (men's and women's)
    • Water polo (men's and women's)
    • Waterskiing
    • Wrestling
    • Wushu
  • 校内
    • Basketball
    • Billiards
    • Bowling
    • Flag football
    • Golf
    • Handball
    • Racquetball
    • Soccer
    • Softball
    • Swimming
    • Table tennis
    • Tennis
    • Track
    • Ultimate Frisbee
    • Volleyball
  • 体育场地和工具
    • Anna Hiss Gym
    • Bellmont Hall
    • Clark Field
    • Gregory Gym
    • Jamail Texas Swimming Center
    • Penick–Allison Tennis Center
    • PRC Commons Rec Center (PRC)
    • Recreational Sports Center (the Rec)
    • Whitaker Fields
    • Whitaker Tennis
  • 大多数受欢迎的运动
    Definitely football, basketball, baseball
  • Most Overlooked Teams
    Swimming & diving, volleyball, rowing
  • 获得门票
    Students can order the Longhorn All-Sports Package with their registration for only $70. This makes students eligible for the draw for tickets for all home games for all UT sports. It is a great investment, as regular tickets for every game would greatly exceed the $70 cost. However, student season tickets are really the more important investment because you are guaranteed the same seats for every game, you don't have to go through the draw, you can make a block with your friends, and you can get a ticket for the OU and for the A&M games. This is definitely the way to go. However, if you are not an upperclassman, don't expect to get the best seats.
  • 散步的最好地点
    South Mall, Pease Park (west of campus, near Lamar Boulevard), the indoor track in Gregory Gym, from campus to the Capital Building, up and down the Drag
  • Did You Know?
    • While Ricky Williams was playing for Texas, many people called him "little Earl" because his awesome playing style was reminiscent of another UT running back, Earl Campbell. While Earl Campbell was playing football at Texas he was awarded the Heisman Trophy, and is the only Longhorn to have won the O'Brien Memorial Trophy for the outstanding player in the southwest.
    • Ricky Williams was not only awarded the Heisman Trophy in 1998, but he also won the Doak Walker award for the best college running back in both 1997 and 1998. Also in 1998, he received the Maxwell award, which honors the nation's outstanding college football player. Ricky is also the only University of Texas player to win The Walter Camp Football Foundation Player of the Year trophy, which is awarded to the nation's top player who has exemplified the qualities of self-discipline, unselfish team play, desire to excel, mature judgement and respected leadership.
    • The Longhorns also have two winners of the Lombardi Trophy, Tony Degrate in 1984, and Kenneth Sims in 1981. Tommy Nobis, like Ricky Williams, was awarded the Maxwell award in 1965. Three Longhorns have also won the Outland Trophy-Scott Appleton in 1963, Tommy Nobis in 1965, and Brad Shearer in 1977.
    • Fourteen Longhorns can be found in the National Football Hall of Fame.
    • The Texas Longhorns have won a total of 43 national championship titles. The men's swimming and diving team were back-to-back national champions in 2000, 2001, and 2002. Women's track and field, both indoor and outdoor, won two back-to-back national championships in 1998 and 1999.
    • Texas Longhorns have won 47 gold medals, 25 silver medals, and 10 bronze medals at the Olympic Games. The University of Texas has produced 42 olympic medalists. Current and former Longhorns won 21 medals at the 2004 summer Olympic Games including 11 gold medals.
    • The University's first football game was played in 1893. The first Texas-Texas A&M game was played in 1894.
    • The University of Texas has won more Big 12 titles in men's and women's sports than any other school.
    • In the fall of 2002, Sports Illustrated named UT number 1 among the nation's 324 Division I athletic programs.
学生投票

体育运动在校园的流行度 基于 511 个问卷回复

  • 27% 几乎所有的事情都围绕体育运动展开
  • 65% 体育运动是大学生活的很大一部分
  • 7% 会参与体育运动,但是并不是校园生活的很大一部分
  • 1% 没有人关注体育运动

校内和俱乐部运动流行吗? 基于 510 个问卷回复

  • 23% 他们和大学生体育运动一样流行
  • 58% 他们没有那么大学生体育那么流行,但是仍然是校园生活的很大一部分。
  • 19% 有一些人参加,但是并不是校园生活的主流。
  • 1% 几乎没有人参加他们

你如何描述体育器材 基于 507 个问卷回复

  • 43% 体育器材是国内最好的
  • 51% 体育是重要的,并且器材的质量是给专业和非专业的都能用的
  • 4% 对于运动员比较好用,对于一般人而言就那样
  • 2% 体育器材是在需求标准之下的
校园饮食
事实 & 统计
  • 新生伙食预算
    Yes
    All campus residents are required to purchase a meal plan.
  • Student Favorites
    • Chick–fil–A
    • Wendy’s
  • 24小时伙食提供
    None
  • 校园外使用的钱
    • 7-Eleven
    • Aster's Ethiopian Restaurant
    • Austin's Pizza
    • Big Bite Pizza & Grill
    • Burger King
    • Campus Convenience Store (Dobie Mall)
    • The Castilian Cordova Cafe
    • Chili's
    • Chipotle Mexican Grill
    • Crave Thai and Sushi
    • Cuatros
    • CVS
    • Denny's
    • Dobie Cafeteria
    • Domino's Pizza
    • Drag Mart
    • Flying Falafel & Po-Boys
    • Gatti's Pizza
    • Hoa Hoa Restaurant
    • Jack in the Box
    • Jamba Juice
    • Kismet Cafe
    • LonghornDelivery.com
    • Mangia Chicago Stuffed Pizza
    • McDonald's
    • Mellow Mushroom
    • Miltos Pizza
    • Niki's Pizza
    • Pie Guys Pizzeria
    • The Pita Pit
    • Pizza Hut
    • Pluckers
    • Popeyes
    • Potbelly Sandwich Works
    • Quiznos Sub
    • Romeo's Ristorante Italiano
    • Schlotzky's Deli
    • Slices & Ices
    • Smoothie King
    • Spicy Pickle
    • Subway
    • Taco Bell
    • Taco Cabana
    • Taco Shack
    • Terra Burger
    • Texadelphia
    • Texas Expresso
    • Tiff's Treats
    • UTX Mart
    • Wendy's
    • West Campus Market
    • Which Wich Superior Sandwiches
    • Wing Zone
    • The Yogurt Spot
  • 特殊的选择
    There are egg roll stands on Guadalupe in front of the Co-op and Barnes and Noble, and on 21st Street in front of Littlefield Fountain with lots of cheap food options. Double Dave’s has a catering truck in front of the PCL where you can grab a slice of pizza between classes. Other stands include Groundhog Coffee Carts (21st & Speedway, Law School), Pato’s Tacos (East & West of RLM on 26th), Arturo’s II (Doty Fine Arts Center), Speedway Coffee Company (24th & Speedway, RLM), University Coffee Company (University and W. Dean Keeton, 23rd and San Jacinto, and Communications Plaza), and O’s to Go (24th and Speedway). In addition to these, there is Subway in the Law School, O’s Restaurant at 24th and Speedway, as well as the Dobie Food Court, which has many different options.
  • Did You Know?
    • The Castilian (a private dorm one block off campus) rated Cordova Café the 3rd best cafeteria in Austin behind Luby's and Furr's a few years ago. Residents and non-residents with Bevo Bucks, who buy a meal plan, or who pay the per-meal rate, can enjoy the all-you-can-eat breakfast, lunch and dinner buffet 7 days a week.
    • You can use your Bevo Bucks at non-food places on campus, such as the UT Duplicating Service and the UT Learning Center.
Dining Halls & Campus Restaurants
  • 40 Acres Bakery
    Location: Jester City Limits Food Court
    Food: Cookies, pastries, Starbucks coffee
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Cypress Bend
    Location: San Jacinto Residence Hall
    Food: Convenience store with grill and deli
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 7 a.m.-9 p.m., Friday 7 a.m.-4 p.m., Saturday-Sunday 12 p.m.-7 p.m.
  • Freshens
    Location: Jester City Limits Food Court
    Food: Smoothies
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-9 p.m., Saturday 2 p.m.-8 p.m., Sunday 2 p.m.-9 p.m.
  • Jest A' Healthy Store
    Location: Jester City Limits Food Court
    Food: Healthy and organic food items
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Friday 10 a.m.-3 p.m., Sunday 5 p.m.-9 p.m.
  • Jest A' Pizza
    Location: Jester City Limits Food Court
    Food: Pizza
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 11 a.m.-12 a.m., Friday 11 a.m.-2 p.m., Sunday 5 p.m.-12 a.m.
  • Jester City Limits Food Court
    Location: Jester Residence Hall
    Food: A la carte cafeteria
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 7 a.m.-11 p.m., Friday 7 a.m.-9 p.m., Saturday 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Sunday 9 a.m.-11 p.m.
  • Jester City Market
    Location: Jester Residence Hall
    Food: A la carte and grocery items
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 7 a.m.-11 p.m., Friday 7 a.m.-9 p.m., Saturday 2 p.m.-8 p.m., Sunday 2 p.m.-11 p.m.
  • Jester Second Floor Dining Hall
    Location: Jester Residence Hall, Second Floor
    Food: All-you-can-eat buffet
    Hours: Monday-Friday 11:15 a.m.-2 p.m., 4:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m.
  • Kin's Market
    Location: Kinsolving Residence Hall
    Food: Grab-n-go food items, groceries, snacks
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 7 a.m.-11 p.m., Friday 7 a.m.-3 p.m., Saturday 3 p.m.-7 p.m., Sunday 4 p.m.-11 p.m.
  • Kinsolving Dining Center
    Location: Kinsolving Residence Hall
    Food: Cafeteria-style
    Hours: Monday-Friday 7 a.m.-9:30 a.m., 10:30 a.m.-2 p.m., 4:30 p.m.-7 p.m., Saturday 11 a.m.-2 p.m., 4:30 p.m.-7 p.m., Sunday 11 a.m.-2 p.m.
  • Littlefield Patio Café
    Location: 2503 Whitis Ave.
    Food: Made-to-order breakfast, lunch, and dinner
    Hours: Monday-Thursday 7 a.m.-8 p.m., Friday 7 a.m.-2 p.m., Sunday 4 p.m.-8 p.m.
学生投票

按照下列主题给校园建筑打分 基于 482 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 便捷的时间
  • 少数的选择
  • 健康/有机的选择
  • 半夜的选择
  • 质量
  • 价值
  • 选择的多样性
  • 素食主义者的选择

校园里最棒的食物选择是什么 基于 289 个问卷回复

  • 14% SAC
  • 13% Chick-fil-a
  • 12% Jester
  • 12% Kinsolving
  • 12% Union
  • 11% The drag
  • 8% Food is pretty good, wish it was open later,.
  • 5% Littlefield Patio Cafe
  • 4% Cypress Bend
  • 4% Food stands on campus
  • 4% Starbucks
  • 1% NEZ
  • 0% J2
  • 0% Wendy's
  • 0% Athlete Dining Hall
  • 0% I live at an off campus dorm w/their own cafeteria
  • 0% Anything in West Campus
  • 0% Jester pizza
  • 0% Burrito Factory
校园住宿
事实 & 统计
  • 校园住宿是否可得
    Yes
  • 校园住宿容纳能力
    8,004
  • 住在校园里的学生
    20%
  • 宿舍的数量
    14
  • Number of Campus-Owned Apartments
    3
  • 最好的宿舍
    San Jacinto
  • Worst Dorms
    Jester (Though some would argue that this is the best dorm because of the number of people and the location.)
  • 你可以得到什么
    • Cable TV and Internet access (ResNet)
    • Minifridge
    • Window coverings
  • Also Available
    • Apartments for married or single students
    • Coed and single-sex dorms
    • College of Engineering Peer Mentor Program
    • Handicap-accessible housing
    • Honors housing, Living Learning Centers
    • Residential FIGs (Freshman Interest Groups)
    • Wellness/substance-free floors
  • 你知道吗
    • Jester Dorm has its own zip code and is the largest dorm in the nation.
    • San Jacinto is the newest dorm on campus and was built in 2000.
    • Littlefield is the oldest dorm on campus and was built in 1926.
    • The original Brackenridge dorm was built in 1890 and burned down in 1952 and stood where Welch is today. The second and current Brackenridge was built in 1933.
Dormitories
  • Andrews
    Floors: 5
    Number of Occupants: 132
    Bathrooms: Communal
    Coed: Yes
    Room Types: Doubles
    Special Features: Rooms have movable furnature and vanity/sink areas. Hall features courtyard with grills, grand piano, hotel-style ice machine, hardwood floors, honors housing, individual climate control, laundry on each floor, rec room, study rooms, two sundecks, TV rooms, vending machines. Computer lab next door; close to dining and Guadalupe Street shops.
  • Blanton
    Floors: 7
    Number of Occupants: 274
    Bathrooms: Communal
    Coed: Yes
    Room Types: Doubles
    Special Features: Rooms have built-in and movable furnature. Hall features a courtyard, honors housing, laundry facilities, lounge, piano, study rooms, sundeck, TV rooms, and vending machines. Computer lab nearby; close to dining and Guadalupe Street shops.
  • Brackenridge
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 128
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: Yes
    Room Types: Double, single, one triple
    Special Features: Rooms have movable furniture and bunkable beds. Hall features kitchenette, laundry facilities, rec room, study lounge, TV lounge, and vending machines. Connected to Roberts Hall; close to dining and the gym.
  • Carothers
    Floors: 5
    Number of Occupants: 131
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: Yes
    Room Types: Double
    Special Features: Rooms have individual climate control, movable furniture, and vanity/sink areas. Hall features a 24-hour desk, computer lab, courtyard, handicap-accessible facilities, honors housing, multi-purpose lounge, piano, study rooms, sundeck, vending machines, and wood floors. Close to dining and Guadalupe Street shops.
  • Duren
    Floors: 6
    Number of Occupants: 569
    Bathrooms: Private
    Coed: Yes
    Room Types: Doubles
    Special Features: Rooms have individual climate control, movable furniture and vanity/sink areas. Hall features 24-hour desk, private courtyard, exercise room, game room, laundry facilities formal lounge, multi-purpose lounge, study lounge on each floor, secure access to living areas, TV rooms, video surveillance of entry areas. Close to dining.
  • Jester Center
    Floors: 10-14
    Number of Occupants: 2,849
    Bathrooms: Private, semi-private, and communal
    Coed: Yes
    Room Types: Double rooms, some triples
    Special Features: Rooms have built-in furniture and a vanity/sink area. Hall features a computer lab, fitness/weight room, grand piano, laundry facilities, on-site dining facilities, study lounge on each floor, big-screen TV lounge, and vending machines. Close to gym, library, and colleges of business and education.
  • Kinsolving
    Floors: 5
    Number of Occupants: 735
    Bathrooms: Semi-private and communal
    Coed: No, women only
    Room Types: Doubles
    Special Features: Rooms have built-in furniture and a vanity/sink area. Hall features a 24-hour desk, air conditioning, computer lab, four elevators, fitness room, grand piano, handicap-accessible facilities, laundry facilities, multi-purpose lounge, on-site dining facilities, patio, rec room/TV lounge, study lounges on every floor, and vending machines. Home to Academic Community Center; close to Guadalupe Street shops.
  • Littlefield
    Floors: 3
    Number of Occupants: 152
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: No, women only
    Room Types: Doubles, one single
    Special Features: Rooms have movable furniture, and a vanity/sink area. Hall features laundry facilities, a large living room, on-site dining facility, TV lounge, study lounges on each floor, vending machines, and verandas for relaxing and studying. Close to other dining facilities and Guadalupe Street shops.
  • Moore-Hill
    Floors: 5
    Number of Occupants: 386
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: Yes
    Room Types: Doubles
    Special Features: Rooms have movable furnature. Hall features laundry facilities, rec room, study lounge, big-screen TV lounge. Close to dining and the aquatic complex.
  • Prather
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 158
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: Yes
    Room Types: Doubles
    Special Features: Rooms have moveable furniture and bunkable beds. Hall features laundry facilities, study lounges, TV lounge, and vending machines. Close to dining, gyms, and library.
  • Roberts
    Floors: 4
    Number of Occupants: 127
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: Yes
    Room Types: Double and single
    Special Features: Rooms have movable furniture and bunkable beds. Hall features courtyard, study lounges, TV lounge, and vending machines. Close to dining and laundry facilities.
  • San Jacinto
    Floors: 5
    Number of Occupants: 728
    Bathrooms: Private
    Coed: Yes
    Room Types: Doubles
    Special Features: Rooms have loftable/bunkable beds, moveable furniture, and a vanity/sink area. Hall features an amphitheater, computer lab, game room, handicap-accessible facilities, laundry facility, multi-purpose lounge, on-side dining facilities, study lounges on each floor, TV lounge, and vending machines. Close to alumni center, rec center, and stadium.
  • Simkins
    Floors: 2
    Number of Occupants: 190
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: No, men only
    Room Types: Doubles
    Special Features: Rooms have built-in furniture and moveable/bunkable beds. Hall features a computer lab, outdoor courtyard with barbecue pits and a sand volleyball court, kitchenette, laundry facilities, recreation area, study lounge, TV lounge, and vending machines. Close to the engineering school, law school, and fine arts building.
  • Whitis Court
    Floors: 2
    Number of Occupants: 197
    Bathrooms: Community
    Coed: Yes
    Special Features: Rooms have bunkable beds and movable furniture. Hall features coed classroom facilities and conference room, community kitchens, handicap-accessible facilities, laundry facilities, study lounges, large TV lounges, and vending machines. Home to the Residential FIGS program for students to live and interact with other first-year students taking the same classes. Close to dining and Guadalupe Street shops.
  • Brackenridge Apartments
    Special Features: Brackenridge features unfurnished one-, two-, and three-bedroom air-conditioned apartments with blinds, electric laundry hookups in some units, refrigerator, stove, tile floors. All apartments have 24-hour University police patrol, cable TV hookups, high-speed Internet access, laundry facilities, maintenance, playground, tennis court, and hiking and biking trails.
    3501 Lake Austin Blvd., about six miles from campus; on the University shuttle and Capitol Metro bus routes
  • Colorado Apartments
    Special Features: Colorado features unfurnished one- and two-bedroom apartments with blinds, central heat and air conditioning, refrigerator, stove, and tile floors. All apartments have 24-hour University police patrol, cable TV hookups, high-speed Internet access, laundry facilities, maintenance, playground, tennis court, and hiking and biking trails. Close to shopping and the Colorado River.
    2501 Lake Austin Blvd., about six miles from campus; on the University shuttle and Capitol Metro bus routes
  • Gateway Apartments
    Special Features: Gateway features one- and two-bedroom apartments with blinds, central heat and air conditioning, carpeting, refrigerator, and stove. All apartments have 24-hour University police patrol, cable TV hookups, high-speed Internet access, laundry facilities, maintenance, playground, tennis court, and hiking and biking trails.
    1618 W. Sixth St., about six miles from campus; on the University shuttle and Capitol Metro bus routes
学生投票

按下列主题给校园住宿打分 基于 564 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 总体建筑质量
  • 便利设施舒适度
  • 清洁度
  • 彩票系统
  • 是否临近教室
  • 居民社区
  • 社会氛围
  • 宽敞度
  • 规则执行的力度
  • 价值
校园质量
事实 & 统计
  • 服务性员工
    1,314
  • 校园规模
    350 acres
  • 学生中心
    The Texas Union
  • 校园图书馆
    Yes
  • 主要图书馆
    13
  • 凉快的地方
    • South Mall
    • The Tower Steps
    • The West Mall
  • 校园里的酒吧
    Cactus Café
  • 校内保龄球
    Dobie and Union
  • 校内咖啡馆
    • In the Union
    • Starbucks
  • 校内电影院
    Dobie and Union
  • 学校俚语
    • "Q" Drop: A notation appearing on a student's transcript when they drop a class between the 12th class day and the 4th week of classes. This notation indicates a drop without an academic penalty. Approval must be given by the chair of the department offering the course and by the student's advisor and dean.
    • 2222: Koenig Lane on the East Side of Mopac, this also becomes Hwy. 290 on the east side of I-35. This is north of Campus.
    • 2244: Bee Caves Rd. on the West Side of Mopac, this is South of Campus.
    • 6 Pack: The six buildings, Batts, Mezes, Benedict, Calhoun, Rainey, Parlin, that are located on the South Mall. Mostly liberal arts classes are held there, so probably every freshman will have an intro class in one of these buildings.
    • 6th or Downtown: 6th Street is where most of the college bars are, and when people are going out, this is probably where they are going.
    • Abel's: Cain and Abel's
    • ACES Building: Applied Computational Engineering and Sciences Building
    • Amy's: Amy's Ice Cream, the closest location to campus is at 35th and Guadalupe. They have fun ice cream flavors like Shiner (like the beer), Belgian Oreo, Tuaca, Mexican Vanilla, Guinness, Trifle and then you can also get a crush'n like Butterfinger, Snickers, or strawberries. It is an Austin original.
    • Baby A's: Baby Acapulco's, a popular Mexican restaurant to get margaritas-better margaritas than food, but try it for yourself.
    • Big 12: The athletic conference to which the University belongs. UT is a part of the S outhern division of the conference with Baylor University, Oklahoma State University, Texas A&M University, Texas Tech University and University of Oklahoma. Schools in the northern division include Kansas State University, University of Colorado, Iowa State University, University of Kansas, University of Missouri and University of Nebraska.
    • The Castle: Some people's nickname for Castilian.
    • Cedric: Cedric Benson
    • Chance: Chance Mock
    • CMA: Communications Building
    • The Co-op: The University Co-op on the Drag. This is where you buy your books, UT clothing, school supplies, and any other UT paraphernalia. There is also the Co-op for Women and the Co-op Annex with discounted clothing. Both are just a few doors down.
    • CPE: Chemical and Petroleum Engineering Building
    • Daily Texan: The campus newspaper. It has a rather liberal point of view, so that is something to remember; however, it is good to read to keep up on campus events. The Firing Line is where people write in to complain, and that section is always entertaining.
    • Dean Keeton: Name of 26th Street while it is on campus
    • Dirty's: Dirty Martin's Kumbak Café on 27th and Guadalupe-great and cheap burgers
    • The Drag: Guadalupe Street-it borders UT and has stores and restaurants such as The University Co-op*, By George, Urban Outfitters, Chipotle, Texadelphia, Einstein Brother's Bagels.*The Co-op should not be confused with A co-op which is a place where some students live cooperatively in housing where they share housework and cooking.
    • Drag Rat: Homeless or just wandering people who look somewhat unwashed. They live, sit, sleep, play music or beg on the drag. Don't give them money. Don't feel guilty about having money in your pocket. You could sit on the sidewalk all day, too, and ask for handouts, but you are contributing to society by getting an education. Generally, they will just sit around and play with their dogs, and ask for your money. However, they might not be homeless at all, they may just be a strange guy who went to your high school and decided to pretend to be a drag rat.
    • Earl: Earl Campbell
    • East Mall: The mall east of the Tower. This is a route you can take when you walk to the Stadium, and the Geology building. The large East Mall fountain is located there. It is located on the East side of the Tower, farthest away from the Drag.
    • ECJ: Ernest Cockrell Jr. Hall
    • ESB: Experimental Science Building
    • Forty Acres: The original UT campus was located on 40 acres surrounding what is now the Tower. This is the area framed by 24th, Speedway, 21st, and Guadalupe Streets.
    • GDI: Someone who is not in a fraternity or sorority, stands for Gosh Darn Independent.
    • Gregory: Gregory Gym
    • Hardin House: Also known as the Virgin Vault and Hard-on House
    • Hooking Up: Messing around, fooling around, making out, but not necessarily having sex. It can be anything from kissing to "everything but." Typically when you actually have sex you say you actually had sex, so hooking up does not mean having sex, but the definition really varies from person to person.
    • Hyde Park: An area north of campus that many students choose to live, there are houses and apartments and the rent is often cheaper.
    • Jester Jail: Some people sometimes refer to Jester as this because of its resemblance to a prison
    • Mack: Mack Brown
    • Mexican Martini: Margarita served in a martini shaker and martini glass with olives.
    • Midnight Rope-a-Ho: Midnight Rodeo
    • MIP: Minor in Possession of Alcohol, lots of people get lots of these while in college, very commonly given downtown. If you have gotten into a bar with a fake ID and a cop comes in, definitely put down your drink before the cop sees you. If he checks your ID and sees it's fake and you don't have a drink, you might get out of a ticket . . . probably not, but it's worth a try. If you are at an apartment party with alcohol there and you are a minor, you are almost guaranteed an MIP whether you are drinking or not.
    • MLK Blvd: 19th Street
    • MoPac: Mopac and Loop 1 are the same. The freeway west of campus, MoPac stands for Missouri Pacific because of the rail line that runs parallel to it.
    • Natty: Natural Light Beer
    • NOA: North Office Building A (Yes, you can have classes there.)
    • Old Villas: The Villas on San Gabriel, these were the first built in 1998. New Villas or Villas Nueces are the Villas on Nueces. New New Villas or Villas Guadalupe are the Villas on Guadalupe. Simple, yes, but something to know.
    • OU: Two meanings: the school, University of Oklahoma, one of our biggest rivals, as in, OU Sucks!; Also, the weekend in October when we travel to Dallas to play OU at the Cotton Bowl. As in, "Who are you going to OU with?"
    • PCL: The main library, Perry Castaneda Library
    • PI: Public Intoxication, another `fun' ticket that TABC can give you, very often happens downtown. Try not to get into fights, don't stumble around, or to slap a police horse.
    • A Purple: A purple margarita at Baby A's, they are their strongest margarita.
    • The Rec: Rec Center
    • Red River Shootout: the annual game in Dallas between Texas and OU played at the Cotton Bowl.
    • Renaissance Market: Area of the Drag at 23rd Street where locals and hippies sell their handmade-wares, jewelry, candles, purses, candle holders; also called Hippie Square.
    • Ricky: Ricky Williams
    • Riverside: A street, but also an area where many students live. There are many luxury apartment communities such as Melrose and Crossing Place which offer cheaper living for students, but not the convenience of apartments nearer to campus.
    • RLM: Robert Lee Moore Hall
    • Roy: Roy Williams
    • Sco Pro: Scholastic Probation
    • Shacking: Spending the night over at someone's house/dorm/apartment (usually a member of the gender to which you are attracted to) with or without hooking up.
    • Sorostitute: A derogatory term for a girl who is in a sorority, implies promiscuity.
    • South Mall: the mall facing the Capital, where the 6 pack is located.
    • SSB: Student Services Building (This one can go either way, some people call it SSB, some call it the Student Services Building, or the Health Center)
    • TABC: Texas Alcohol and Beverage Commission, the feared and evil cops who will give you an MIP or PI if you are caught drinking. They are always out on 6th Street, will try to get into frat parties, and will walk in undercover into apartment parties if the door is open, so keep the door closed and don't let people in that you don't know, especially if they look like they're 30+.
    • Tex: The voice on the line when you use the phone to register for your classes. This is almost obsolete now that most registration is done online. However, there is an icon for Tex that you can push on the webpage after you register to hear Tex's voice. Everyone should do it at least once. It is a Texas institution that is being phased out by technology, and that is very sad.
    • TJ: T.J. Ford
    • Town Lake: The same as a part of Lake Austin which is actually the Colorado River
    • UGL: Undergraduate Library-ithe same building as the FAC-the Flawn Academic Center.
    • UTC: University Teaching Center, across from the Business School.
    • Villas: The Villas are a popular place to live in West Campus, especially for sophomore sorority girls, so guys, you might want to get in there too. However, there are several Villas and you must know what to call each of them.
    • Vince: Vince Young
    • West Campus: Not actually a part of campus. It is West of campus, and covers the area from roughly 19th to 29th, and Guadalupe to Lamar. Many UT students, though, consider WC a part of campus.
    • West Mall: The mall facing the Drag. There are often tables out with different organizations passing out flyers, recruiting members or volunteers.
    • Y'all: You all, you guys.
  • 传统
    • "Hook'em Horns" hand signal : The "Hook'em Horns" hand signal that is known across the nation and to Texas fans everywhere was introduced at a Friday night pep rally in Gregory Gym before the Texas Christian University football game in 1955. Harley Clark, head cheerleader, and his friend, Henry Pitts, invented the sign, which is made by extending the index and little fingers and tucking the middle and ring finger beneath the thumb. Harley thought this would be a great symbol for University of Texas students because it resembled the head of a Longhorn.
    • Bevo: The mascot of the University of Texas, Bevo, a Longhorn steer, made his debut in 1916 during the 21-7 Texas win over Texas A&M. Stephen Pickney (1911) spearheaded a movement to provide a live mascot for the University of Texas, collecting $1.00 each from 124 alumni. On Thanksgiving Day, 1916, the frightened Bevo was dragged on to the field and formally presented to the students. The first mascot was branded by Aggies with "13-0" which was the score of the A&M victory the year before. A humiliated group of Texas students tried to save face by altering the numerals "13-0" to read "Bevo," the Longhorn name in the first place. ("Bevo" was the name of a popular beer made by Budweiser.)
    • Big Bertha: Big Bertha, the largest marching drum in the world, became the "Sweetheart of the Longhorn Band" in 1955. Big Bertha was originally built for the University of Chicago, but luckily for the University, Longhorn band lover and supporter, D. Harold Byrd, and the band director of the time, Moton M. Crockett, purchased and brought Big Bertha to her final home right here in Austin. When Bertha is brought out for football games, her handlers are known as the "Bertha Crew."
    • Lighting the Tower: Lighting the Tower is tradition for UT Austin. The entire Tower is lit orange for a conference championship (Big Xll Conference Championship), and an orange Tower with a number one signifies a national championship. The tower is also lit orange for special holidays, graduation ceremonies, and various other events. When Ricky Williams won the Heisman Trophy, the Tower was lit up with his number, 34.
    • Running the flag : Running the flag onto the field started on January 1, 1961 when the University of Texas played Mississippi in the Cotton Bowl. By request of Mississippi, a large Texas flag was made for their half-time show, so that they could salute the University of Texas and the state. Following the game, they presented the flag as a gift to Texas Governor Price Daniel who gave it to the Longhorn Band. The flag was so big, it was impossible for the band to handle, as well as participate in their own halftime activities, so he gave it to the Athletic Department. The Athletic Department then turned over all rights and operations of the flag to Alpha Phi Omega, a service fraternity. Today, the flag measures 45 by 25 yards and weighs 400 pounds. It is the largest Texas flag in the world. At the beginning of every home football game and at some out-of-town games, members of Alpha Phi Omega run the flag onto the field.
    • Smokey the Cannon : Smokey the Cannon creates the thunderous roar that is heard after each Longhorn touchdown, field goal and extra point. Four blank, 10-gauge shotgun shells are fired in approval of the Horns. The Texas Cowboys are the keepers of Smokey, and they set the cannon off every time we score.
    • University colors: Orange and white were officially adopted by the Board of regents on May 10, 1900, after a student vote. As early as 1885, students had used orange and white ribbons on special occasions. Athletic teams later unofficially adopted burnt orange as their color of choice. This is a good choice, as that other UT (Tennessee) school is also orange and white, and we need to distinguish ourselves. The official colors, as used in the University seal, are focal orange and pure white. The second place colors were orange and maroon . . . wouldn't that have been interesting?
    • UT school song : The UT school song was composed by John Lang Sinclair. It is considered by some a sort of unofficial state song, was first sung at a minstrel show to benefit the University track team at the Hancock Opera House in Austin on May 12, 1903.
  • 校园传说
    • If a virgin ever graduates from UT, the horses in Littlefield Fountain will fly out of the fountain.
    • If you see an albino squirrel on campus before you take a test you will get an A.
  • 最喜欢做的事情
    Bowl at the Union, drink at the Cactus Café, eat at the Union, see a movie at Dobie Theatre. sit on the Tower steps or South Mall, or work out at Gregory or the Rec. Go to the gym, movies at the Union or Dobie, (off-campus private dorm with a small mall on the base level), bowling at the Union Underground, Dobie Mall, Cactus Café/Bar, shopping on the Drag, or eat at the Union or other campus restaurants.
  • 学生组织网站
  • 校内组织
    There are more than 900 student organizations at the University of Texas, here are a few of the myriad of choices.
  • 提供的学生活动
    • Campus ministries
    • Choral groups
    • Concert band
    • Dance
    • Drama/theater
    • International student organization
    • Jazz band
    • Literary magazine
    • Marching band
    • Music ensembles
    • Musical theater
    • Opera
    • Pep band
    • Radio station
    • Student government
    • Student newspaper
    • Student-run film society
    • Symphony orchestra
    • Television station
    • Yearbook
  • 后备军官训练队
    Air Force ROTC: Yes
    Navy ROTC: Yes
    Army ROTC: Yes
  • 你知道吗
    • UT's first athletic field was named for James Clark. He was not only the University librarian, but the registrar, and the groundskeeper.
    • Most of the buildings on campus are built in the Spanish Renaissance architectural style.
    • Paul Philipe Cret was supervising architect for the UT campus and designed 19 buildings including the main building and the Tower.
    • The University of Texas recently acquired the Watergate papers and will house the archives of Woodward and Bernstein in the Harry Ransom Center. Under terms of an agreement, the bulk of the archives were made available for public examination in March 2004.
学生投票

在以下领域给校园设施打分 基于 310 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 娱乐
  • 教室
  • 计算机房
  • 食堂
  • 学校总体建筑
  • 绿色建筑
  • 住宅
  • 绿化地带
  • 图书馆
  • 建筑的现代性
  • 表演艺术
  • 科学实验室
  • 学生中心
  • 学生景点
  • 视觉艺术

你最喜欢在学校做的事情是什么 基于 149 个问卷回复

  • 26% I like exploring the city of Austin in general
  • 18% Go eat on the Drag (Guadalupe)
  • 9% Hang out in the Student Activity Center
  • 8% Going to South Congress street
  • 8% Go to Gregory Gym & spend time in Winship
  • 7% Sixth Street
  • 7% Football gamesss!!
  • 4% Paddleboarding
  • 4% Hanging out in the turtle pond
  • 3% Union bowling
  • 2% Swing dancing (Thursday nights)
  • 1% Visit the Austin Public Library for books and DVDs
  • 0% Go shopping at the nearby malls
  • 0% West Campus Parties
  • 0% Party
  • 0% Go running on the trails
  • 0% Union
  • 0% Hanging out with friends at my dorm lounge
  • 0% Kayaking
  • 0% West Campus

你最喜欢的校园活动和传统是什么 基于 162 个问卷回复

  • 21% "Hook'em Horns" hand signal
  • 21% Lighting the Tower
  • 12% University colors
  • 11% Bevo
  • 9% UT school song
  • 8% Football Games
  • 6% Texas Roundup
  • 3% I don't have school spirit
  • 3% Smokey the Cannon
  • 2% Running the flag
  • 2% Foam Sword Fight
  • 1% Big Bertha
  • 0% Career Expo
  • 0% The giant texas flag
  • 0% Cultural Festivals

对于身体残疾的学生学校是否友好? 基于 163 个问卷回复

  • 47% 非常友好,学校会竭尽所能来满足他们的所有需求。
  • 44% 很友好,他们的大部分需求都能够满足
  • 9% 挺友好的,学校采取了一些措施但是并不足够。
  • 0% 不友好,残疾学生被忽视了。

What is your overall opinion of your school and the campus community? 基于 312 个问卷回复

  • 51% 我很热爱我的学校并且为他骄傲。
  • 45% 我喜欢学校里的几乎每一样东西,但是我仍然希望这里有所变化。
  • 3% 学校很好,我们只是在这里接受教育而已。
  • 1% 我讨厌我的学校并且没有学校精神。
安全 & 健康
事实 & 统计
  • 校园犯罪
    • Aggravated Assault: 2
    • Arson: 2
    • Burglary: 37
    • Murder/Manslaughter: 0
    • Robbery: 6
    • Sex Offenses: 1
    • Vehicle Theft: 10
  • 保卫处
    UT Police Department
    2201 Robert Dedman Dr.
    (512) 471-4441
    www.utexas.edu/police
  • 安全服务
    • Alcohol awareness programs
    • Bicycle registration
    • Community Oriented Policing (COP) Program
    • Defensive Driving Classes
    • Emergency call boxes (120+)
    • Fingerprinting
    • K-9 Unit
    • Lost and found
    • Personal safety programs
    • Rape Aggression Defense (RAD)
  • 健康中心
    University Health Services
    100 W. Dean Keaton St.
    (512) 471-4955 (appointments), (512) 475-NURSE (24-hour nurse advice)
    healthyhorns.utexas.edu
    Monday-Friday 8 a.m.-5 p.m.
  • 健康服务
    • Alcohol and drug counseling
    • Birth control
    • Classes and workshops
    • General medical care
    • Immunizations and allergy shots
    • Mental health
    • Nutrition
    • Pharmacy
    • Sports medicine
    • Urgent care
    • Women's health
  • 托育服务
    Yes
  • Did You Know?
    You can become a Sexual Health Peer Advisor or an Alcohol and Drug Education Peer Advisor at the University Health Services and receive class credit, as well as volunteer your time and learn valuable information.
学生投票

你对下面归于校园内性侵的说法是否同意? 基于 206 个问卷回复

强烈反对
强烈同意
  • 酒精在校园内性侵扮演了重要角色。
  • 校园行政人员给性侵提供了好的环境。
  • 校园行政人员努力工作来防止性侵。
  • 朋友、同学或者自己曾经是校园或者校园附近受到过性侵。
  • 我们学校有解决性骚扰的快捷途径。
  • 校园性侵是一个很严重的问题。
  • 学生严肃看待校园性侵。

关于安全你关心什么? 基于 287 个问卷回复

  • 14% 独自一人走路
  • 13% 抢劫或者偷窃
  • 11% 校园附近的犯罪
  • 11% 学校里没有学生
  • 10% 性侵
  • 8% 醉酒
  • 7% 没有
  • 6% 黑暗的小路
  • 4% 毒品
  • 3% 没有强大的安保
  • 3% 没有安全护送服务
  • 3% 学生间的暴力
  • 2% 寝室安全
  • 2% 团伙暴力
  • 1% 没有急救电话

校园内的警察是否可见 基于 286 个问卷回复

  • 17% 经常看到并且愿意帮助学生。
  • 64% 在需要帮助的时候出现。
  • 9% 只是负责监管停车或者分发停车券
  • 8% 不是经常见到
  • 2% 我们有校园警察吗

你在学校里感到安全吗? 基于 361 个问卷回复

  • 27% 校园里非常安全
  • 53% 总体上是安全且舒适的,独自行走的时候
  • 18% 一群人在一起更安全
  • 2% 相对不是很安全。
停车场
事实 & 统计
  • 学生经常停车
    Yes
  • 新生是可以停车的?
    Yes
  • 大致的停车费用
    $66–$743
  • 普通的停车券
    • Expired meter: $15
    • Unauthorized parking in a state vehicle or university vehicle space: $20
    • Parking without an authorized valid permit: $25
    • Fire lane: $50
    • Parking in an at-all-times space requiring a specific permit: $50
    • Handicapped zone: $150
    • Possession, counterfeiting, altering of parking permit and or possession of lost or stolen permit: $150, plus the cost of the permit
  • Best Places to Find a Spot
    • Brazos Garage
    • 27th Street Garage
  • Good Luck Getting a Spot Here
    Everywhere! There are 70,000 students, faculty, and staff at UT, and only 14,000 parking spaces, so good luck!
  • 获得停车许可
    The following permits are available: C+ - Available to all students for use in any UT student "C" lots, "Longhorn" lots, and University garages: $170 annually; R - Available to on-campus resident students only for use in University garages: $677-$743 fall and spring, $376-$413 fall or spring, $131-$170 summer; S - Available to commuting Students for use in University garages: $602 annually, $287 fall or spring, $131 summer; DC - Available to students with valid Texas disability placard or license plate to be used in any "D" parking space: $110 annually; N - Available to all students, faculty, and staff for use in any University garage during evenings and weekends only: $110 annually or $60 in conjunction with C permit; M - Available to all students, faculty, and staff for parking motorcycles in "M" permit parking areas: $66 annually.
  • 停车服务
    Trinity Parking Garage
    1815 Trinity St.
    (512) 471-7275
    parking@utexas.edu
    www.utexas.edu/parking
  • Did You Know?
    The availability (or unavailability) of parking is is why it is best to live at in an apartment building with parking that is close enough to campus that you can walk to class. Your other option is living on a bus route so that you can take a bus to campus. Parking on campus is not your best option by any means.
学生投票

按照下列话题给校园停车打分 基于 354 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 距离班级的距离
  • 到宿舍的距离
  • 找到停车点的容易程度
  • 强制停车
  • 许可证费用

离开学校停车的便利程度 基于 353 个问卷回复

  • 0% 免费的,并且经常有很多停车点。
  • 12% 免费的,但是很快就停满。
  • 7% 费用合理,并且经常有很多停车点
  • 44% 费用合理,但是很快就停满
  • 12% 价格合理,很容易找到停车点。
  • 25% 价格离谱,并且没有开放的停车点。
Technology
事实 & 统计
  • 无线连接
    Yes
    Available in most campus buildings
  • 24小时的实验室
    Yes
    Area 101 (Monday–Thursday only)
  • 打印是否需要付费?
    Yes
    11 cents/page for black and white; 80 cents/page for color. Prints can be charged on your Bevo Bucks card.
  • 特殊的软件和硬件折扣
    Adobe Acrobat, Adobe Design Premium CS4, Adobe Photoshop, Apple Works, Dreamweaver, Final Cut Pro, Flash, Microsoft Office, Microsoft Vista, Quicken, Windows XP
  • 你知道吗
    UT's Web site has been known to receive more than 680,000 hits per day.
学生投票

根据以下主题来给电脑打分 基于 472 个问卷回复

很弱
非常棒
  • 电脑实验室的可得性
  • 校园技术支持
  • 免费/打折的软件
  • 计算机实验室的数量
  • 打印的价格限制
  • 网络的可靠性
  • 网络速度
  • 教室和实验室的技术
  • 无线的可得性

带自己的电脑是否有必要? 基于 297 个问卷回复

  • 5% 不要浪费钱,校园里有足够的可以使用的电脑
  • 17% 对于学校里的功课是没有必要的,但是对于社交和娱乐很重要。
  • 78% 非常重要,尤其是在学期中实验室特别拥挤的时候。
  • 0% 学校给每个学生都提供了电脑
周边交通
事实 & 统计
  • 在城镇游玩的最好方式
    • Bike
    • Capital Metro
    • Drive your own car
    • Take a cab
    • Walk
  • Best Ways to Get to the Airport
    • Take a cab-a ride to the airport from campus costs around $20.
    • Take Airport Boulevard South to Highway 71, go east on 71 until you hit the ABIA exit.
    • Take I-35 South to Ben White/Highway 71 exit, go east on Ben White/Highway 71, then follow 71 until you see signs for the airport and take the ABIA exit.
    • Take I-35 South to Riverside Drive exit, go east on Riverside to Highway 71, then follow 71 until you see signs for the airport and take the ABIA exit.
Campus Shuttle
  • T Shuttle Routes

    shuttle@www.utexas.edu - www.utexas.edu/parking - Shuttle Routes: Burton Drive (BD), Crossing Place (CP), Cameron Road (CR), Disch Falk (DF), Far West (FW), 40 Acres (FA), Intramural Fields (IF), Lake Austin (LA), Lake Shore (LS), Pickle Research Campus (PRC), Red River (RR), West Campus (WC), Wickersham Lane (WL)

    (512) 474-1200

  • Capital Metro Transit

    (512) 474-1200 or (800) 474-1201

    2910 E. 5th St.

    www.capmetro.org

  • Austin Bergstrom International Airport

    Non-Stop Service to Atlanta, Baltimore/Washington (BWI), Chicago (O'Hare), Cincinatti (International), Cancun, Cleveland, Dallas/Fort Worth (Dallas/Love Field), Denver, Detroit (DTW), El Paso, Harlingen, Houston (Bush Intercontinental), Houston (Hobby), Las Vegas (International), Los Angeles, Lubbock, Memphis, Mexico City, Midland/Odessa, Minneapolis/St. Paul, Nashville, New York/Newark, Orlando, Phoenix (International), St. Louis (International), Salt Lake City, San Diego, San Jose, and Tampa.

    3600 Presidential Blvd.

    (512) 530-3300

    www.ci.austin.tx.us/austinairport

  • Greyhound

    The Austin Greyhound station is located 3.6 miles (about 10 minutes) north of campus.

    916 E. Koenig Ln.

    (512) 458-4463 or (800) 229-9424

    www.greyhound.com

  • Amtrak

    The Austin Amtrak station is located 2.6 miles (about 10 minutes) southeast of campus.

    250 N. Lamar Blvd.

    (512) 476-5684 or (800) USA-RAIL

    www.amtrak.com

学生投票

给下列交通打分 基于 192 个问卷回复

不适用
自由
  • 校园巴士
  • 公共交通
  • 出租
  • 邮政车

给下列交通的便利程度打分 基于 191 个问卷回复

不适用
非常方便
  • 校园巴士
  • 公共交通
  • 出租
  • 邮政车

给下列长途从家到学校的交通工具打分 基于 191 个问卷回复

不适用
非常方便
  • 飞机
  • 长途汽车
  • 长途火车
  • 共乘

学校提供的交通工具的便利程度 基于 390 个问卷回复

  • 68% 非常易得,列数多且有很多停靠点
  • 25% 比较方便的,时间通常与上课时间对上
  • 6% 有点不好用,接的次数和停靠点不是很方便
  • 1% 很难使用,一点也不可靠也不便捷
  • 0% 没有

在学校里有自己的车是否是必要的 基于 390 个问卷回复

  • 1% 校园很大,所以学生需要依赖一辆汽车
  • 2% 公交总是不可靠,所以需要一辆车
  • 81% 学生通常步行或乘公交,但是汽车对于外出很棒
  • 15% 汽车毫无存在价值,你可以在步行距离内完成所有的事情
  • 2% 你不能有车

去周边城镇是否方便 基于 390 个问卷回复

  • 30% 很容易
  • 61% 相对容易
  • 8% 相对困难
  • 1% 很困难

环境 & 氛围

当地
事实 & 统计
  • 有趣的当地逸事
    1. Janis Joplin was voted the Ugliest Man on Campus.
    2. Matthew McConaughey was arrested for playing the bongos naked in his house in Tarrytown just west of the University.
    3. The best snow cone stand in Austin is located on Lamar Boulevard, right before Barton Springs when you are driving south. It is called Sno Beach. You have to try their snow cones with cream; they are delicious!
    4. Every spring, Austin celebrates Eeyore's Birthday Party. It was started in 1963 by a group of UT frat guys and was invitation-only. It has grown larger every year, and it's now a fundraiser benefiting local charities. You will definitely find all kinds of people at Eeyore's Birthday, from students, to hippies, to ex-students bringing their kids to experience what they experienced 40 years ago.
    5. We have our own local celebrity: Leslie. He does have a last name, it is Cochran, but he is known to everyone simply as Leslie. He is a transient transvestite who walks around Austin generally wearing a thong and tutu and tank top. He has recently gotten breast implants. He has a bike with a cardboard box house built up around it with various sentiments written on it, many blasting the Austin police force.
    6. The films The Rookie, The Faculty, The Life of David Gale, Spy Kids, The New Guy, The Alamo, Cheer Up, Dazed and Confused, Slacker, Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The New Generation, Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003), Varsity Blues, Miss Congeniality, Lone Star State of Mind, and The Newton Boys are just some of the recent films that have been made in Austin.
    7. In 2003, Austin was ranked 4th on Travel and Leisure's poll of Best Loved Cities, 1st on the Forbes list of Best Cities for Singles, and 3rd on Hispanic Magazine's Best Cities for Hispanics.
    8. In 2002, Money magazine rated Austin one of the Top 10 Best Places to Live, and USA Today said that Austin was 4th in Best Cultural Attractions, 5th in Best Nightlife, 5th Friendliest City in the Country, 3rd Best City in the Spring, and 3rd overall in Best-Looking People.
  • 当地名人
    • Lance Armstrong - cyclist
    • Asleep at the Wheel - band
    • "Stone Cold" Steve Austin - wrestler
    • Marcia Ball - musician
    • Ray Bensen - musician
    • Sandra Bullock - actress
    • Michael Dell - computers
    • The Fabulous Thunderbirds - band
    • Fastball - band
    • Pat Green - musician
    • O. Henry - writer
    • Tobe Hooper - director
    • Janis Joplin - musician
    • Richard Linklater - director
    • Matthew McConaughey - actor
    • Benjamin McKenzie - actor
    • Willie Nelson - musician
    • Robert Rodriguez - director
    • Spoon - band
    • Bob Schneider - musician
    • Quentin Tarantino - actor/director
    • Stevie Ray Vaughn - musician
    • Django Walker - musician
    • Jerry Jeff Walker - musician
  • 当地俚语
    • Congress: A main street downtown that runs into the Capital
    • Co-op: The store on the Drag that sells UT memorabilia and books for UT classes
    • The Drag: Guadalupe Street while it is in front of the University; there are lots of shops and restaurants that are very popular with students and with tourists visiting UT.
    • First Thursday: On South Congress Avenue on the first Thursday of every month there is an open house of sorts where all of the stores are open late and people can walk around and eat and drink and shop and listen to music. It is very popular.
    • Leslie: A local celebrity-Austin's very famous transvestite.
    • South Congress: The part of Congress Avenue where there are many cool shops that trendy people like to frequent
  • 名胜古迹
    • Barton Creek Greenbelt
    • The Bats
    • Governor’s Mansion
    • Mount Bonnell
    • South Congress
    • Texas History Museum
    • Texas State Capital Building
    • Zilker Park
  • 购物中心
    • Arboretum
    • Barton Creek Square Mall
    • Highland Mall
    • Prime Outlets At San Marcos
  • 电影院
    Regal Metropolitan Stadium 14
    901 Little Texas Ln.
    Austin
    (512) 447-0101
  • 主要体育队伍
    • Austin Ice Bats: hockey
    • Austin Wrangler: arena football
    • Round Rock Express: minor league baseball
  • 距离主要城市的路程
    • Dallas: TX: 3 hours
    • Houston: TX: 2 hours, 30 minutes
学生投票

根据以下话题给当地氛围打分 基于 301 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 生活成本
  • 食堂
  • 当地人对学生的友好程度
  • 博物馆的吸引程度
  • 夜生活
  • 停车
  • 娱乐
  • 职业运动
  • 安全
  • 景色
  • 购物
  • 交通

你们学校的当地氛围如何 基于 302 个问卷回复

  • 92% 城市生活很棒,这里经常有很多有趣的事情发生。
  • 5% 多样性的城镇,没有大城市,但是有足够多的与校园不相关的活动。
  • 1% 很有魅力的小镇。
  • 2% 在大城市附近,但是离开学校没啥好玩的。
  • 0% 挺偏僻的

与其他大学靠近吗?之间有交流吗? 基于 303 个问卷回复

  • 46% 这附近有很多经常交流的学校和学生
  • 43% 附近有学校,但是学生不交流
  • 12% 附近没啥学校

你觉得自己毕业之后会留下来吗? 基于 302 个问卷回复

  • 50% 完全会
  • 44% 如果我找到好工作就留下来
  • 6% 完全不可能
周边饮食
事实 & 统计
  • 学生最爱
    • Chuy's
    • Hula Hut
    • Magnolia Café
    • Texadelphia
    • Trudy's
  • 24小时餐馆
    • Burger King drive-thru
    • IHOP
    • Katz's Deli
    • Ken's Donuts
    • Kerbey Lane Café
    • Magnolia Café
    • Star Seeds
    • Taco Cabana
    • Whataburger
  • 最佳亚洲餐馆
    Suzi's China Grill
  • 最佳早餐
    • Magnolia Café
    • The Omelettry
  • Best Healthy
    • Central Market
    • West Lynn Café
    • Zen Japanese
  • 最佳披萨
    • Gumby's
    • Pizza Hut
  • 最佳翅膀
    • Plucker's
    • Wing Zone
  • 和父母一起的最佳选择
    The Oasis
  • 其他值得去的地方
    • Hudson's on the Bend
    • Rosie's Taqueria
    • Texas Land & Game Cattle Co.
Grocery Stores
  • Central Market
    38th and Lamar
  • HEB
    41st and Red River, Hancock Shopping Center
  • Randall's
    Between 34th and 38th, just west of Lamar
  • 起司蛋糕工厂
    Food: American
    10000 Research Blvd.
    (512) 241-0777
    www.thecheesecakefactory.com
    Price: $10-$25
    Cool Features: List of 36 different cheesecakes from which to choose. Try the orange chicken, pad Thai noodles, the club, or Chinese chicken salad.
  • Chuy's
    Food: Mexican
    1728 Barton Springs
    (512) 474-4452
    www.chuys.com
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: The decorations are very original with lots of Elvis. Best salsa in town! Try the banditos, enchiladas with deluxe sauce, and their great salsa!
  • Dirty Martin's
    Food: Burgers
    2808 Guadalupe
    (512) 477-3173
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: An Austin landmark since 1926. Try the Sissy Burger, onion rings, or chocolate shake.
  • El Arroyo
    Food: Mexican
    1024 W. Fifth St.
    (512) 474-1222
    www.el-arroyo.com
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Pat Green sings about it
  • EZ's
    Food: American
    3918 N. Lamar Blvd.
    (512) 302-1800
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Discount with your student ID. Try the margherita pizza or chocolate shake.
  • Freebird's Burrito
    Food: Burritos/quesadillas
    41st and Red River, Hancock Shopping Center
    (512) 451-5514
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Try the quesadilla with guacamole-it comes on the inside, rather than on top, yummy!
  • Hula Hut
    Food: Mexican/Polynesian
    3825 Lake Austin Blvd.
    (512) 476-4852
    Price: $10-$20
    Cool Features: On the shore of Lake Austin, nice views, excellent salsa-same as Chuys! Try the Hulala (a drink in a fishbowl), Shiner Bock fajitas, or coconut shrimp.
  • Katz's Deli and Bar
    Food: Deli, sandwiches, American, breakfast
    618 W. Sixth St.
    (512) 472-2037
    Price: $10-$20
    Cool Features: Pick-up service, happy hour in the morning from 7-11, and again from 4-7 p.m. Try the Reuben, matzo ball soup, bagel with lox, fried pickles, or cheesecake shake.
  • Kerbey Lane Café
    Food: American, breakfast, Mexican
    2606 Guadalupe
    (512) 477-5717
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Try the Kerbey Queso, pancake of the day, or baked potato omelet.
  • Magnolia Café
    Food: American/Mexican/Breakfast
    2304 Lake Austin Blvd.
    (512) 478-8645
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Very cheap. Try the Mag Mud queso, flamingo sandwich, potato landscape, or omelets.
  • Mustache Pete's
    Food: Pizza
    415 W. 24th St.
    (412) 447-7383
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: All-you-can-eat buffet every day for $5.99, happy hour 4-7 p.m. daily with $1.00 selected drafts. Try the pepperoni rolls or dessert pizza.
  • The Oasis
    Food: American/Mexican
    6550 Comanche Trail
    (512) 266-2441
    Price: $10-$20
    Cool Features: High above Lake Travis. beautiful views of the sunset, outdoor patio seating. Try the Fajitas or cheeseburger.
  • The Omelettry
    Food: American/breakfast
    4811 Burnet Rd.
    (512) 453-5062
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Small and funky, cash only. Try the Chocolate chip pancakes or guacamole omelet. Nestle Quik chocolate milk is also available.
  • Player's
    Food: burgers
    300 W. MLK Blvd.
    (512) 478-9299
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Sports bar, open late. Try the Veggie burger or fried mushrooms.
  • Romano's Macaroni Grill
    Food: Italian
    701 Capital of Texas Hwy., Building K
    (512) 329-0000
    www.macaronigrill.com
    Price: $10-$20
    Cool Features: Large wine list
  • Salt Lick BBQ
    Food: BBQ
    18001 FM 1826 Driftwood, Texas
    (512) 894-3117
    Price: $10-$20
    Cool Features: BYOB, all-you-can-eat family-style dining available. Try the brisket or ribs.
  • Scholz Bier Garten (pronounced Schultz's)
    Food: American
    1607 San Jacinto Blvd.
    (512) 474-1958
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Oldest restaurant and bier garten in Texas-1866, 30 draft beer taps, outside patio, very popular on game days. Try the chicken fried steak, BBQ brisket, or bratwurst.
  • Suzi's China Grill
    Food: Chinese and sushi
    7858 Shoal Creek Blvd.
    (512) 302-4600
    Price: $10-$20
    Cool Features: Try the Shrimp lo mein, Alaska roll, or Philly roll.
  • Texadelphia
    Food: Cheesesteak sandwiches, queso
    2422 Guadalupe St.
    (512) 480-0107
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Cheap beers, on the drag. Try the cheesesteak sandwich with mustard, veggie sandwich, and queso with guacamole added.
  • Texas French Bread
    Food: Sandwiches, bakery
    2900 Rio Grande
    (512) 499-0544
    Price: $5-$10
    Cool Features: Loaves of bread and cakes to go. Try the Vegetarian sandwich, la nicoise sandwich, turkey sandwich, or pasta salad. Lunch Special: half a sandwich, soup of the day or salad (green, fruit, or pasta), drink and a cookie.
  • Trudy's Texas Star
    Food: Mexican
    409 W. 30th
    (512) 477-2935
    Price: $8-$15
    Cool Features: Upstairs restaurant with bar, downstairs bar with appetizers. Also serves breakfast. Get the Mexican martini-these are the most famous in town, and they have a limit of two. Try the Mexican martini, Texas star nachos, or flaquities
  • West Lynn Café
    Food: Vegetarian
    1110 W. Lynn St.
    (512) 482-0950
    Price: $10-$15
    Cool Features: Great wine list. Try the mushroom-walnut crepes.
学生投票

按照下列主题给校外餐厅打分 基于 452 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 价格
  • 便利
  • 健康有机的选择
  • 深夜选择
  • 品质
  • 学生折扣
  • 选择的种类
  • 素食主义者

你如何给校外餐厅的多样性打分 基于 481 个问卷回复

  • 71% 当地特色很多样性
  • 25% 足够多的种类,不至于腻味
  • 3% 只要连锁餐厅和快餐
  • 1% 少数食物的无尽重复
周边住宿
事实 & 统计
  • 住在校外的学生
    80%
  • Average Off-Campus Room & Board
    $11,362
  • 租房的最佳时间
    October, when you want to secure a place the following August. Yes, it sounds crazy, but it is what you have to do if you want a good place around campus, especially in West Campus. If you are looking outside of West Campus, you can wait longer. If you are really brave and want to wait until the last minute, you can sometimes get a great deal by looking for an apartment in July or August right before you need an apartment in mid-August. But you never know what is going to be left over, so it is best to look early and get your lease signed.
  • 流行的地区
    • North Campus
    • Riverside
    • West Campus
  • 平均租金
    • 1 BR: $575
    • 2 BR: $1,350
    • 3 BR: $1,800
学生投票

按照下列主题来给校外住宿打分 基于 389 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 可得性
  • 成本
  • 获得的便利程度
  • 房东
  • 停车
  • 到学校的距离
  • 到公共交通的距离
  • 购物的距离
  • 质量
  • 安全
  • 多样性

校外附近住宿如何,值得吗? 基于 390 个问卷回复

  • 17% 完全值得,很容易就找到地方了,而且价格也是合理的。
  • 73% 价格和可得性不是很好,但是附加的自由还是很值得的。
  • 9% 高价或限制性的选择让很多学生住校。
  • 1% 不值得那么费事还有花费的代价,每个人都住在学校。

学校帮学生在校外找住宿是否有帮助? 基于 387 个问卷回复

  • 16% 非常有帮助。
  • 49% 有一些帮助。
  • 35% 不是很有帮助。
  • 0% 学校不允许学生住校外。
聚会场合
事实 & 统计
  • 主要有夜生活的地方
    • 4th Street - Slightly Older Crowd
    • 6th Street - College Crowd
    • Campus Area - Students
    • Red River - Music Scene
  • 学生最爱
    • Aquarium
    • Cain and Abel's
    • Cheers Shot Bar
    • Fuel
    • The Library
    • Logan's
  • 其他检查的地方
    • Agave
    • Blind Pig Pub
    • Buffalo Billiards
    • Chuggin' Monkey
    • Dizzy Rooster
    • Fuel
    • Maggie Mae's
    • SoHo Lounge
    • Spill
    • Treasure Island
    • The Vibe
  • Local Specialties
    Texas Beers: Lone Star, Pearl, Shiner Bock, Ziegenbock
  • 最喜欢的喝酒游戏
    • Beer pong
    • Card games
    • Kings
    • Power Hour
  • 夜生活的主要资源
    • www.austin.citysearch.com
    • www.austin360.com
  • 关门时间
    2 a.m.
  • 喝酒最便宜的地方
    Aquarium The Library
Club Listings
  • Roxy

    Roxy is another popular 6th Street dance club for the scantily clad girls and randy young men. It's got an upscale crowd by any means, and they definitely tend toward the younger side of 21. These party animals dance like it's spring break, especially on Thursday College Nights.

    304 E. 6th St.

    (512) 477-7523

  • Platinum X

    Plays every type of music from dance and trance, to hip hop and R&B. Platinum X has four bars and three dance floors, and it's always 18 and up. As it is 18 and up, this tends to be a rather young crowd, many taking advantage of the fact that they can get in here underage, so if you're older and just want to dance, I don't recommend this for you. However, if you are a guy looking to get with young girls, you are in the right place.Just make sure she's out of high school, please.

    419 E. 6th St.

    (512) 476-7088

  • Texture

    Texture claims "Austin's best dance vibe." The Texture story is a "Celebration of self-expression, all preferences, all colors: Texture celebrates who we are as individuals, no matter of what race, color, creed, or choice. Texture will embody creativity by combining light, color, language, music and movement to shape ideas and visions." If that sounds interesting to you-check it out. It closes at 4 a.m.

    505 Neches, 5th and Neches

    (512) 480-8921

  • Spiro's

    Spiro's has gone through some changes over the past few years, and it was recently bought and renovated. Spiro's now has five bars and three dance floors, including an outdoor back patio area/dance floor that is very nice. The main dance floor plays everything from `80s and `90s dance and pop songs to techno music. The second dance floor has hip hop, R&B, and rap, and there is a VIP lounge. The club's most popular dance floor is its Latin Patio, hosting live bands and DJs playing salsa, Spanish rock, and current Latin dance music. Tuesday is Salsa Night outside on the back patio, and a dance instructor gives free lessons at the club from 8:30 p.m. to 10 p.m.

    611 Red River St., 6th and Red River

    (512) 472-4272

  • Paradox

    Paradox is always 18 and up, and doors open at 9 p.m. Friday's Mega 93.3/99/7 is at Paradox with DJ Jason Tolfa for Hip-Hop, R&B, dance hall and reggae broadcast live on 93.3/99.7. Saturday's Mega 93.3/99.7 is back live at Paradox handing out free stuff.

    311 E. 5th St., 5th and Trinity

    (512) 468-7615

  • Element

    Thursday through Saturday, it's open till 3:00 a.m. Thursday is Latin Night and Friday is Ladies Night. This club plays hip hop and R&B and hass 13,000 square feet of space for partying for the crazy club kids of Austin. There are even three full bars to top it off. However, they do have a dress code to uphold-no shorts, sandals or tennis shoes. So dress up in your finest and visit this Warehouse District hot spot.

    301 W. 5th St., 5th and Lavaca

    (512) 480-9888

  • 311

    311 is a Blues Club, very laid-back, not your typical blaring techno music dance club. It is a very fratty scene, but there are definitely all types. There are the bikers, hippies, Texas Exes, and businessmen. 311 attracts all ages, there are very often older men and women dancing with college kids or up on stage with the band. It is a very intimate setting, very enjoyable, and open till 2 a.m.

    311 E. 6th St., between Trinity and San Jacinto

    (512) 477-1630

  • KAOs

    KAOs is a club on Riverside, where one of the DJs from the Beat 104.3 broadcasts from on the weekends. To describe the club, I will take a quote from austin.citysearch.com, a personal review from someone who has visited the club: "Kaoz iz tight, it be comin real. I just don't like it when they play techno. It might be ghetto but aint nothin' wrong with that. I still have a good time with all my homies at Kaoz!!" So, if that is your kind of place, you know where to go.

    2003 E. Riverside

    (512) 445-6888

  • Emo's

    Emo's is the place to be if you are punk, trying to be, or are just into the music. They are one of the few places downtown that will let those poor, neglected minors in, so head on down there-all ages, all the time. They definitely get some pretty good bands down there, like Ash, Jimmy Eat World, and Saves the Day, so if you're into that scene, check it out.

    603 Red River, 6th and Red River

    (512) 477-3667

  • Iron Cactus

    This is both a restaurant and a bar serving mostly Mexican food, some seafood dishes, and a few other interesting dishes thrown in, such as duck quesadillas. There is an upstairs patio where you can sit outside and look out over 6th Street. It is a very nice view, romantic and relaxing. In the winter there are heaters, and in the summer, there are misters, so you are comfortable throughtout the year. I recommend the Limorita-it is pink, and is made with Bacardi Limon and tastes like pink lemonade. Try the Cactus Juice, which has Everclear in it. Bar Hours: Monday-Wednesday 1 p.m.-12 a.m., Thursday-Friday 11 a.m.-2 a.m., Saturday 12 a.m.-2 a.m. Kitchen Hours: Monday-Friday 11 a.m.-11 p.m., Saturday 12 a.m.-11 p.m., Sunday 4-10:30 p.m.

    606 Trinity, 6th and Trinity

    (512) 472-9240

    www.ironcactus.com

  • Ginger Man

    Ginger Man is a beer bar located on 4th Street that is pretty cool. It's best to be unpretentious in its pretentious 4th Street surroundings. There are 80 beers on tap, and more than 100 bottled beers to choose from, so for the connoisseur of Coors, this is the place. They also have a good wine and cider list. Overall, it's not a bad place to check out, very chill, usually pretty crowded, but not to the point that you can't move without stepping on someone. Hours: Monday-Friday 2 p.m.-2 a.m. Saturday-Sunday 1 p.m.-2 a.m.

    304 W. 4th St, 4th St.

    (512) 473-8801

    www.gingermanpub.com

  • Logan's

    Plays lots of good `70s, `80s, and `90s music (all songs that you know and can sing to). It has a small dance floor where there are always people dancing. Hours: Monday-Friday 4 p.m.-2 a.m., Saturday-Sunday 11 a.m.-2 a.m.

    200 E. 6th, 6th and San Jacinto

    (512) 236-0300

  • The Library

    Usually a very crowded bar filled with college students. The Library and Aquarium are pretty similar bars, and are right next door to each other. You often go from one to the other. If you can find somewhere to sit, it's a good, chill bar. Hours: Sunday 8 p.m.-2 a.m., Monday-Tuesday 7 p.m.-2 a.m., Wednesday-Friday 4 p.m.-2 a.m.. Saturday 7 p.m.-2 a.m.

    407 E. 6th, 6th and Trinity

    (512) 236-0662

    www.librarybars.com/austin

  • Cain and Abel's

    This is the place to be on Tuesday nights when you live in West Campus. You can walk there, and therefore walk home. You can drink $1 beers from 7 p.m. to 11 p.m. This is a very popular Greek hangout. They also now serve food all day and until 5 a.m. Minors can get in during the day and after 2 a.m. Hours: Monday-Friday 4 p.m.-2 a.m.

    2313 Rio Grande,

    West Campus

    (512) 476-3201

  • Aquarium on 6th

    This is usually a very crowded bar filled with college students. It's a place where you will likely run into someone that you know. There's no cover, and you get a free T-shirt on your birthday. Hours: Tuesday-Sunday 8 p.m.-2 a.m.

    403 E. 6th St., 6th and Trinity

    (512) 499-8003

  • Fadó Irish Pub

    Fadó is a little bit of an older crowd since it is on 4th St., but the college crowd still hangs out there. It is usually crowded and very dark, covering a broad range of traditional, contemporary, and progressive Irish and European music. Get a Guinness, Boddingtons, Harp or Bass on tap. Fadó provides live satellite feeds for Gaelic games, rugby, and English premiere league soccer, to name just a few. Hours: Open daily from 11:45 a.m.-2 a.m. Happy hour food specials from $2.95. Specials change weekly.

    214 W. 4th St, 4th St.

    (512) 457-0172

    www.fadoirishpub.com

  • Cheers Shot Bar

    On the weekends, it gets pretty crowded, and the main bar is narrow, so it can be hard to get around. However, during the week, it is usually not very crowded. There is also an upstairs and a small downstairs, as well as a back patio that can get you away from the crowd. This is more of a place to go get a shot or two and then move on, rather than sitting and hanging out. They have lots of fun shots to try. Hours: Open daily from 9 p.m.-2 a.m.

    416 E. 6th, 6th and between Trinity and Neches

    (512) 499-0093

  • There are a bunch of coffeehouses and cool places to see music.

学生投票

按照下列主题给校外的酒吧打分 基于 344 个问卷回复

很差
非常棒
  • 去很方便
  • 费用不高
  • 到学校的距离
  • 喝酒的价格
  • 有趣
  • 选择的多样性

学校里的party是怎样的 基于 345 个问卷回复

  • 20% 每天都有不眠之夜的聚会
  • 54% 从周三到周六有很多选择
  • 15% 只有周末在一些比较正式的家庭聚会
  • 3% 好的聚会很少且遥远
  • 7% 聚会,那是什么

每年最大的聚会是什么? 基于 150 个问卷回复

  • 69% Round Up
  • 13% Halloween on 6th
  • 12% Gone to texas
  • 5% KAPPAWEEN
  • 1% Fest Africa after party
气候 & 天气
事实 & 统计
  • 平均温度
    Spring - High: 79 °F
    Spring - Low: 58 °F
    Summer - High: 94 °F
    Summer - Low: 72 °F
    Fall - High: 80 °F
    Fall - Low: 59 °F
    Winter - High: 62 °F
    Winter - Low: 42 °F
  • 平均降水
    Spring: 3.23 in./month
    Summer: 2.70 in./month
    Fall: 3.19 in./month
    Winter: 2.11 in./month