The Center for the Skills and Experience Flags remains committed to supporting faculty and students during this challenging semester. We are working remotely at this time and are available for faculty consultations, student Flags advising appointments, and meetings via phone or video conference. Our online instructor resources also remain available, and are being regularly updated with additional support for remote instruction. Please note that Flagged courses may be taken pass/fail this semester, as established by the Provost’s recently issued guidelines. If you have questions or need support, please contact us directly: faculty or student advising.
Center for Skills & Experience Flags
The Skills and Experience Flags are a unique and innovative feature of all undergraduate degrees at The University of Texas at Austin. Designed to be completed in residence, the Flags provide the enriched education that all students will need to become effective future leaders in our society and a constantly evolving workplace. To learn more about the Flags, visit the pages below:
- Cultural Diversity in the U.S.
- Global Cultures
- Independent Inquiry
- Quantitative Reasoning
The Center for the Skills & Experience Flags (CSEF) in the School of Undergraduate Studies provides resources and support to develop and teach flagged courses across the curriculum. To learn more about the resources available to UT Austin instructors, please visit our faculty resources pages.
CSEF prepares students to change the world by providing opportunities to practice effective communication, engage in ethical decision-making and independent problem-solving, and to understand the diverse, data-dense world around us. To learn more about the Flags, please visit our student resources pages.
Hear from instructors and students across campus about their experiences with Writing flagged courses.