A new application, UTSWApp, is now available for both the
School of Health Professions
and the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences.
Applicants should visit the program webpages for admissions requirements and to apply.
Medical school applicants will continue to use MyGateWay to submit secondary applications. Please register below.
First time UT-PACT applicants: follow instructions for the First Time Users below.
Returning UT-PACT applicants: follow instructions for Registered Users
First time users, please register.
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Registered users, please sign in.
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Medical School applicants click here
UT-PACT applicants click here
Current Students (including MS0's):
For Student & Alumni Affairs [MyGateWay] Username or Password?
For UT Southwestern [MEDNET] UserId or Password? go to
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