Fall 2018 Application Cycle
The University of Texas at Austin will continue to participate in the Early Decision application process for Fall 2018.
For more information on Early Decision, visit the PharmCAS website.
Early Decision Application
Opens: July 18, 2017
Closes: September 5, 2017
Interview Day: Sunday, October 15, 2017 (block out day)
Details and instructions will be provided if you are invited for an Early Decision interview.
Regular Decision Application
Opens: July 18, 2017
Closes: November 1, 2017
Interview Day #1: Saturday, January 20, 2018 (block out day)
Interview Day #2: Saturday, January 27, 2018 (block out day)
Interview Day (back-up): Saturday, February 3, 2018 (block out day)
Details and instructions will be provided if you are invited for a Regular Decision interview.
The Pharm.D. application process requires that you submit both the PharmCAS application AND a UT Austin College of Pharmacy Supplemental Application by the appropriate closing deadline. More information and needed links can be found on the Texas Two-Step Application Submission Process page.
Key points to keep in mind
- If you are a re-applicant to UT Austin College of Pharmacy, you will need to submit all material required by PharmCAS.
- An “APPLY TEXAS” undergraduate transfer application is NOT required for Pharm.D. admissions.
- If you would like to be considered for undergraduate transfer admission to The University of Texas at Austin as well as admission to the Pharm.D. program (in case you are not admitted into the Pharm.D program, for example), you must complete the UT Austin transfer admission application in addition to the Pharm.D. application process.
- If you would like to be considered for the Early Decision Application cycle, you must take the PCAT exam no later than July, be enrolled for Organic Chemistry I during the fall semester, and complete, pay, and submit both applications by the September deadline.
- Academic performance
- PCAT scores
- Letters of reference (three required)
- Communication skills (both oral and written)
- Knowledge or experience with pharmacy
- Community involvement
- Organization experience and leadership
- Teaching, tutoring and/or mentoring
- Research experience
Applicants must be interviewed before acceptance can be offered.