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Visit Plan II

Connect with Plan II Honors!  

High School Juniors and Seniors are invited to learn more about the Plan II Honors program.  There are several different ways to learn more about our program and application process.



Virtual sessions via Zoom: Register here


August 30th  6pm (CST)

September 13th  6pm (CST)

September 27th  6pm (CST)

October 11th  6pm (CST)

October 25th  6pm (CST)

November 15th  6pm (CST)



On campus sessions:  Register here 


September 8th  10am - 11:30am

September 22nd  10am - 11:30am

October 6th  10am - 11:30am

October 9th  10am - 11:30am

October 27th  10am - 11:30am

November 10th  10am - 11:30am

November 17th  10am - 11:30am




Our Plan II Honors sessions (both virtual and in person) cover: 

  • What is Plan II? and Plan II core curriculum
  • Current Plan II student Q&A
  • Double-major & dual-degree info
  • Application process/Evaluation criteria
  • Plan II student organizations & community   
  • Study abroad
  • Civic engagement and internships
  • Housing



Request a Plan II Class Visit!

Thank you for your interest in visiting a Plan II class! We will begin visits for the Fall 2023 semster in September.  Request a visit here:  

IMPORTANT:  Preference will be given to High School seniors applying for Fall 2024/newly admitted High School seniors for Fall 2024Please note that we do not offer classes in the evenings or on weekends.


For a description of the Plan II Curriculum, please visit:

For questions related to the application and admissions, please visit our prospective students page (

or contact Admissions Director Kerry Pasquale at

Summer visits:

Plan II Honors discourages visits to campus during the summer or over Spring Break, when future students can't attend a Plan II class, meet Plan II Honors majors, meet with faculty or see campus in any way that will be helpful for a student considering college choices.  This is a really active, busy campus—during the long semesters.  In the summer there are a lot of relatively empty buildings on a hot and quiet campus.  A summer visit simply does not give a prospective student good information.  And that's true at the vast majority of college campuses nation-wide.   (Think about bringing prospective students to your high school for a visit in July….  What would they see?)  Only a visit during a long semester can really give a prospective applicant the full picture of what it might be like to be a student at UT Austin.  We cannot meet individually with drop-ins during the summer.