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Office of Student Success

We provide students with academic and advising support, wrap-around services and resources to assist in navigating institutional requirements.

The portfolio communicates student success data to colleges and schools to support their efforts to improve graduation, retention, and persistence rates, and collaborates with campus partners in academic planning to streamline the educational experience for all undergraduates.

Leadership Team

Sanger Learning Center
Providing small group and individual tutoring for UT coursework and connecting students with experienced peers for academic support.

Vick Advising Excellence Center
Creating training resources for advisors across campus so that all students receive accurate and personalized advising. Supporting students exploring academic options or internally transferring.

UT for Me – Powered by Dell Scholars
Eliminating the gap in graduation rates for low-income students through access to technology, academic resources, and financial support.

University Leadership Network
Encouraging and supporting students to graduate in four years and become leaders through professional and experiential learning opportunities that advance their education, communities, and lives.

Student Success Programs
Ensuring Longhorns have the opportunity to complete a world-class education within four years.

Texas Success Initiative
Assessing University students’ basic reading, math, and writing skills and then providing instruction to strengthen skills to promote academic success at the University.

Heman Sweatt Center
Creating community and honoring the legacy of Heman Marion Sweatt.

Darren Walker Scholars
Providing an undergraduate education for students of the highest caliber with substantial financial need and a history of overcoming economic, social, or educational obstacles.

Student Success Symposium
Celebrating the efforts of the campus community and offering insights into goals for the coming year—open to faculty and staff who work to help our students succeed.

Creating a culture of healthy connections and coping skills through six pilot programs that aim to reduce substance misuse and its harms.