Virtually explore The University of Texas at Dallas in a fully immersive 360-degree experience.
Campus Visit Starting June 15, 2020, the Office of Undergraduate Admission will be reopening for visits from prospective students and up to two of their guests. For the health and safety of our visitors and campus community, we have developed and implemented safety measures that practice social distancing guidelines. Prior to your visit, please review the ways we are keeping our community safe.
The best way for potential Horned Frogs to experience TCU's beautiful campus is to take a tour in person. Year-round campus tours are offered weekdays at 9:30 and 1:30, and at 9:30 on Saturdays during the school year. Bring a parent or two and some comfy shoes.
Visit Texas Woman's University at our Denton, Dallas or Houston campuses. Meet with an admissions counselor, schedule a tour or join one of several special events for prospective first-year, transfer or graduate students held throughout the year.
Take a Virtual Tour of UTSA's Main Campus. University of Texas at Dallas Graduate Fair. September 26, 2018 Time: 12:00PM - 3:00PM. Location: Richardson, TX As part of the University of Texas at San Antonio's mission to recruit the best and brightest students for a top tier education, The Graduate School will be attending the University of Texas at Dallas Graduate Fair. If you are planning.
Virtual Sessions Resources. (COVID-19) recommendations from public health officials, The University of Texas at Austin has suspended campus visits, Admission Welcome Center tours and in-person events until further notice. In place of these in-person experiences, please consider one of our Virtual Sessions. For more all updates and guidance from the university related to COVID-19, visit.
The University of Texas at Dallas 800 W. Campbell Road, Richardson, Texas 75080-3021 972-883-2111.
Jog your memory using the virtual tour and even explore the area surrounding the campus using the interactive mapping tool. If you're just beginning your college search, a virtual tour can be a great way to get a feel for a campus before your visit. Remember, when you do go, be sure to ask current students about their college life. A student perspective can be the most helpful way to gauge.