These institutions have a growing research enterprise and an expanding focus on graduate students. They have Basic Carnegie Classification of Research Universities with High Research activity. ERUs are designated by THECB. There are seven in Texas, including UTA, UTD, UTEP, and UTSA. Find out more about Emerging Research Universities.
Fall enrollment numbers reflect all students enrolled at the reporting institution as of the official census date, which is the 12th class day for the fall semester. Students who withdraw from a class on or before the official census date are not included.
Total men and women enrolled for credit in the fall of the academic year.
A permanent investment in the future of a university. Endowed funds are invested, rather than used as cash for immediate needs. A portion of the earnings from an endowment is distributed to the university. The remainder is added back into principal, ensuring steady growth of the endowment.
Institutions with large numbers of CAP students (e.g., UTA, UTSA) will see a negative impact on their traditional, 4-year, same graduation rates—since these students will not graduate from the original institution from which they initially enrolled. However, upon graduating from UT Austin, these CAP graduates are included in the original UT institution’s (not UT Austin’s) 4, 5, or 6-year, same or other rate.