Incoming first-year students discuss great books with world-class professors in classrooms all over campus.
Students explore a creative, specific topic in-depth by creating a class in Democratic Education at Texas. Students write a syllabus, prepare readings, and lead discussions in a seminar course that differs from a conventional college course.
EUREKA is a database that connects motivated undergrads with faculty research mentors and research experiences for a deeper, more involved experience of a world-class research institution.
On July 23rd, 574 of Texas’s brightest high schoolers bellowed out “The Eyes of Texas” in a closing ceremony marking their introduction to UT Austin. Many of these students will enroll in first-year honors programs and compete for UT Austin’s most prestigious scholarships.
Hundreds of rising high school seniors arrive on campus Thursday for the 30th annual Honors Colloquium. The free, invite-only program invites the brightest students from all over the state to explore UT.
Dean Woodruff writes in the Alcalde about Undergraduate Studies's mission to improve UT's graduation rates, and how the school tackles the challenge.
President Powers writes in the Statesman that "exposing our freshmen to a rich learning experience with our best faculty is central to our mission."
Registrar Shelby Stanfield received the Award for Innovation for his work as a force for change in the university’s ongoing effort to reform its core curriculum.
Wayfinder, the UGS dynamic advising tool, received a certificate of merit.
Brad Popiolek was awarded a certificate of merit for his work with Undergraduate Studies students. The National Academic Advising Association (NACADA) annually chooses several new advisors with strong interpersonal skills who make an impact on their advisees lives.