See how the school is contributing to everyday ethics in the undergraduate curriculum.
The Campaign for Texas started in September 2006, which coincides with the inception of the School of Undergraduate Studies. With every dollar donated, the school has contributed to the campaign while also enriching the undergraduate experience on the Forty Acres.
For the 12th year, UT professors met with small groups of incoming students the day before fall classes began to connect over their love of good books. First-year students got a head-start making friends and meeting top faculty according to results from this year's student survey.
UGS students can now access mental health support at the Vick Center for Strategic Advising & Career Counseling thanks to the Counselor at Residence program which places counselors in closer proximity to academic units.
The School of Undergraduate Studies welcomed over 600 new students to the Forty Acres with Gone to Undergraduate Studies.
Five talented, creative students make up UT’s inaugural cohort of Digital Arts Scholars. These Longhorns have backgrounds in music composition and performance, theatrical lighting design, multimedia sculpture, and graphic design and illustration.
Meet Natasha Raisch, a 2010 UT graduate with a marketing degree and a Bridging Disciplines Programs certificate in Social Entrepreneurship & Non-profits. Learn how her BDP experience has influenced her career as an educator working internationally.
As part of his Conflict Resolution & Peace Studies BDP, René conducted research on the experiences of journalists covering conflict in Mexico. René is double majoring in journalism and theatre and dance and will graduate in December.
A third-year architecture major pursuing a BDP in Environment & Sustainability, Joanne interned with Austin-based HOLOS Collaborative and integrated her study of architecture with a focus on sustainable design inspired by the natural world.
Undergraduate Studies hosts Freshman Reading Round-Up and Gone to Undergraduate Studies to introduce first-year students to school tradition’s and fellow classmates.