How To Apply

Application Instructions 

 

A help document can be found here.  If you need assistance, contact Interfolio support.

Complete and submit your online application via Interfolio.  Click here to access the application link: apply.interfolio.com/69671

The essay should contain a minimum of 250 words and the document should be double-spaced and uploaded as a .pdf attachment.  In your essay, please address one of the following items:  

a.    Discuss your present academic focus.  What interests you most about chemistry?
b.    Describe one or two or your significant accomplishments or life experiences, noting your age at the time, and what each meant to your self-development. 
c.    Discuss an individual who has influenced you.  What are the attributes of this person that you most admire?  You may draw from fiction, biography, or your own experience.

You will also need to arrange for two letters of recommendation to be uploaded to your application.  Recommenders can be teachers, counselors, mentors, or others who are familiar with your academic achievements or personal character.  Parents and family members are not appropriate recommenders.  

Application Requirements (your application will not be complete until you complete these final steps):

 

We prefer to receive transcripts directly from your school's registrar's office.  These should be sent in PDF format via email to wssp@cm.utexas.edu.  If your registrar will not send transcripts via email, a student copy will be accepted.

If your transcript does not contain your standardized test scores, you should submit either a scanned copy of a paper score report in PDF format (preferred) or screen shots of your scores from the College Board website.  These should also be sent to wssp@cm.utexas.edu.  We prefer SAT scores, however if you have not yet taken the SATs then PSAT scores will be accepted.  If you have taken both, please send only your SAT scores; do not send both.  If you have also taken the ACT, please include those scores as well.

Students may also send emails to Brenda Baxendale at wssp@cm.utexas.edu if they have any questions, but due to potential high volume, response times may vary.  Please be patient and do not send multiple inquiries as this will only further delay a reply.