Coronavirus (COVID-19): Admissions FAQ

Texas Law is working in partnership with The University of Texas officials to monitor and respond to our current global heath environment. Although the University’s coronavirus website will continue to be the primary source of information about the institution’s overall preparations for and response to the coronavirus, the following questions and answers are designed to provide additional information regarding admissions. We will continue to update these FAQs as new information becomes available.


  1. •Will the admissions and financial aid offices be fully operational and open during the fall semester?

    Both our Admissions and Financial Aid Offices will be fully operational during normal business hours, however, our offices will continue to be closed to the public throughout the fall semester for in-person appointments and tours.

    You may contact us at (512) 232-1200 or send us an email at:

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  2. •Will I be able to visit the law school on my own even though the admissions office is closed?

    Unfortunately, the law school will be closed to the public throughout the fall semester with the law school buildings accessible only through key card access.

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  3. •I have questions and would like to speak with an admission professional, what are my options?

    While we are unable to accommodate in-person meetings, we welcome the opportunity to speak with you over the phone or setup a virtual meeting at a time that is convenient for you. The best way to schedule a meeting is use our Scheduling Assistant.

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  4. •Do you anticipate having in-person classes in the spring?

    The University leadership has not made any determinations about the spring semester, but we will update this page as soon as this information becomes available.

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