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Magic in the Metroplex

MIM Counselor Inquiry Form

This joint program provides high school and independent college counselors with a chance to experience first-hand the opportunities and cultures of our campuses. North Texas has many exciting possibilities for college students, and we want you to learn more about them throughout the days of Magic in the Metroplex!

We are currently evaluating our options for our program in spring 2022. If you are interested in learning more about our campuses, please complete an inquiry form to stay up to date regarding this program.

Frequently Asked Questions

Please note that our policies may shift slightly year to year. This guide is meant to help you better understand the general logistics of our tour.

What colleges are included on the Magic in the Metroplex tour? 

Austin College, Southern Methodist University, Texas Christian University and the University of Dallas are excited to share more about our campuses during the virtual Deans’ Panel.

When is Magic in the Metroplex tour scheduled for?

This year we are offering a virtual Magic in the Metroplex event once in the fall and spring.

We will offer a virtual Deans’ Panel on Friday, October 23, 2020 from 2:00-3:00 p.m. (CST) and again on Thursday, March 4, 2021 from 2:00-3:00 p.m. (CST).

How does the invitation process work?

For the fall 2020 and spring 2021 virtual Deans’ Panels, all counselors are invited to attend. Please submit the registration form, indicating which date(s) you will attend. You will receive a confirmation and the event Zoom link(s) via email.

Who should I contact if I have questions about the tour?

You can reach out to Sarah Hossain, Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admission at Austin College. Her email is shossain@austincollege.edu.

How can I virtually explore the colleges?

Please click the name of the college you want to explore below: 

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