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One of our campus landmarks is the turtle pond located on University Avenue between 24th & Inner Campus Drive. It's a popular spot on a clear day as you can watch turtles basking in the sun while perched on rocks and logs. Read more about the history of the turtle pond, as well as other campus landmarks, here.

 

 

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Physics and Astronomy Prospective Students Day

 

Once you're admitted to UT, start checking your inbox for an invitation to Prospective Student Welcome Days! All admitted physics and astronomy students have the opportunity to come and visit campus for an overnight stay and learn about research, classes, and life at UT!

 

All of the physics and astronomy student organizations come together to provide the best experience for you by answering any questions you have and exposing you to the opportunities available at UT. Our goal is for you to leave the event excited to join UT Physics and Astronomy!

See the event schedule from a previous event to see what's in store!  For more information on the Physics and Astronomy experience, check out this info sheet created by our student organizations.

 

If you have questions, feel free to contact any of the student organizations below:

Astronomy Students Association: utexasastronomy@gmail.com

Sigma Pi Sigma (Physics Honors Society): utspis@gmail.com

Society of Physics Students: spsofficers@gmail.com

Undergraduate Women in Physics: ut.uwip@gmail.com