The LBJ School boasts a dynamic community of students, faculty and staff all working toward the same goal of making an impact on the world. Interested in visiting campus? We'd love to have you. Whether it's attending a class, connecting with admissions staff via an in-person or virtual information session, or attending a workshop or speaker series, we welcome you to experience all the LBJ School has to offer.
Fall 2020 update: Due to COVID-19, the LBJ School Building will remain closed to visitors. We’d love to arrange a virtual meeting with you, either through one of our Information Sessions or via a 1:1 Zoom. Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to arrange or see the Information Session registration link below.
Attend an Information Session
Our Office of Student Affairs and Admissions offers virtual and in-person Information Sessions. This is a great way to meet admissions staff, learn all about the programs we offer and learn how to submit a strong application.
Can't make it to one of our sessions? Take a look at our archived webinar series.
Meet the Faculty Graduate Advisors
Our graduate faculty advisors are experts on all the LBJ School has to offer and would be happy to speak with you — and with students as well. Learn more about those advisors and how to contact them.
Experience an LBJ School Class
Sitting in on an actual LBJ class can be a great way to get a feel for the community and the program. Use the course schedule to find a course that interests you, and email its professor directly to set up a possible time.
Attend an LBJ School Event
The LBJ School offers many workshops, sessions and speaker series to the public. Check out our calendar of events to learn about upcoming opportunities.
Also, visit the LBJ School YouTube channel for recordings of past events.
Experience the UT Austin Campus
Any good university educates its students. But a great university — one with monumental impact and a tradition of intellectual leadership — does more. It transforms lives on a grand scale.
Or, as we like to say, what starts here changes the world.