This report shows number of university first-time undergraduate applicants by institution by admission action and residence type by gender and ethnicity. Data for each selected report year appear on separate pages with individual pages accessible via a pulldown menu.
Higher Education Admissions:
All undergraduate, graduate, and professional student applications for summer and fall terms at each Texas public university. This report is collected each fall and includes only the applications that are complete.
(Source: THECB CBM00B Admission Report).
- Top 10% - Applicant accepted and ranked in top 10% of high school graduating class (undergraduates only)
- Top 25% - Applicant accepted and ranked in top 25% of high school graduating class if not included in top 10% (undergraduates only)
- Other Criteria - Applicant accepted based on other criteria, including provisional basis
- Applicant Rejected or Withdrew - Applicant rejected or withdrew application
- Texas Resident
- Other U.S. State - out-of-state resident
- Other Country - applicant from foreign country
- Unknown Residence - applicant residence information not known
Effective fall 2010, federal reporting of race/ethnicity categories changed. Through the 2009-2010 academic year, the THECB reporting categories were:
- Asian or Pacific Islander
- American Indian or Alaskan Native
- Unknown or Not Reported
The Race/Ethnicity categories used for reporting beginning in Fall 2010 are:
- African American
Hispanics are identified by an ethnicity question that is separate from the racial question. Hispanic students, except international ones, are counted as "Hispanic".
Students who are "Two or more races" (or multi-racial) are non-international, non-Hispanic students who selected two or more races.
"Asian" includes Asian, Hawaiian, and Pacific Islanders.
"Other" includes American Indian, Alaskan Native, Unknown, and Two or more races (multi-racial).
"International" students are shown as a separate category.