Each of these units assist undergraduates with what they need to create their own pathways to student success.
Assists with registration, scholarships and financial aid, tuition payments, and student records.
Provides free academic support for all students, including tutoring, academic workshops, and exam reviews.
Helps incoming students transition to UT with programs like First-Year Interest Groups (FIGs) and Signature Courses.
Determines degree requirements for all students, regardless of major, and sets the foundation for more advanced coursework.
Engages students in research and creative activity through poster sessions, competitions, and workshops.
Provides cost information and financial assistance for students through tools like tuition calculators and scholarship finders.
Undergraduate College recently honored outstanding educators with its prestigious Signature Course Awards. These awards, which include the Iverson Award for Innovation, Holleran Steiker Award for Creative Student Engagement, and the Signature Course Outstanding Campus Partner for Academic Enrichment, are presented annually to recognize innovative and empathetic teaching methods that have significantly impacted students’ learning experiences.
Bas De Beurs, who graduated in 2019, was awarded the prestigious Schwarzman Scholarship and will join the one-year master’s program in Beijing. This year’s cohort of 150 students was drawn from an applicant pool of over 4,000 and represents 43 countries and 114 universities from around the globe.