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CAP Students

Coordinated Admissions Program

The Coordinated Admissions Program (CAP) was developed by The University of Texas System to expand the admission options available to students interested in enrolling at The University of Texas at Austin, the system's flagship university.

In general, the Coordinated Admissions Program (CAP) makes it possible for some freshman applicants to UT Austin to begin their studies at another UT System university. After successfully completing the CAP requirements during their freshman year, these students may transfer to UT Austin to complete their undergraduate studies.


Get to know UT Tyler

There's plenty that sets UT Tyler apart for the other seven universities in the prestigious University of Texas System. From cancer treatments to statewide political polling, undergraduate students have unique opportunities to conduct research that truly impacts lives in East Texas and beyond.

Our close-knit campus community will be here for you. We understand that college is one of the best and most challenging times in your life, which is why we have teams of academic, financial and student support experts here to help you every step of the way.

UT Tyler has more than 100 clubs and organizations, 17 DII athletic teams, a variety of rec sports and a 200-acre campus that will allow you to pursue a vibrant academic and social life.

The best way to get a feel for life as a UT Tyler Patriot is to visit campus. With multiple tour options and a dedicated visit day for CAP students, we hope to see you in Tyler soon.


Next Steps:

  1. Make UT Tyler your CAP selection
  2. Pay application fee
  3. Pay confirmation fee
  4. File your Federal Application for Federal Student Aid for BOTH the 2021-22 Academic Year and the 2022-23 Academic Year.
  5. Register for New Patriot Orientation & housing
  6. Register for Swoop Camp


Contact Us At:

CAP Admissions
George Norton

CAP Advising Coordinator
Ashley Bill