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UTNIF Individual Events

Note: Please call to confirm any remaining spaces. It is possible that any enrollments after May 28 may be subject to waitlist pending dorm availability.

After we have reached capacity, students will be placed on the waitlist on a first-come first-served basis. Application fees will be refunded for any students we are unable to place off of waitlists, but we must receive the application fee before we can reserve positions.

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Why do so many students choose UTNIF for the summer forensic education programs? Check out our staff listings to see why!

Main Session: June 27-July 12, 2019
Extended Session: June 27-July 16, 2019

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Have questions?

Information and FAQ's for parents: UTNIF Admin Information Page

Or contact our Program Coordinator: 

Eric Lanning, 512-471-5518

The UT National Institute in Forensics was established in 1994, though the University of Texas forensic programs have been operating summer programs and short courses for high school students since the University Interscholastic League was formed out of the Debating League of Texas High Schools in 1913.

One of the oldest student programs at the University of Texas, the forensic program was organized on October 5, 1883 as the Athenaeum Literary Society, which established as its ultimate goal the “training and developing of its members in forensics” through “the awakening of a vital interest in cultural and literary pursuits and the discussion and explanation of current problems.” By 1909, the program expanded to pursue national intercollegiate contests by joining the Delta Sigma Rho National Forensic Honorary Society. Archival records show a continuing involvement in collegiate and high school competitions since the 1920’s.

We are immensely proud of our faculty and student alumni of the UTNIF!