TEXAS MicroMajors will consist of courses developed or endorsed by UT Austin faculty that enable high school students to prepare for specific programs of study and earn college credit.
The University of Texas at Austin’s University Leadership Network (ULN) was awarded a $265,000 grant from the Sid W. Richardson Foundation to support 50 students in the 2016-17 academic year.
The University of Texas at Austin graduated a higher percentage of students on time in 2016 than ever before, with 60.9 percent earning their degrees in four years or less.
The new MyUT student portal replaces UTDirect and gives students quick and easy access to campus resources and updated academic tools.
Washington Monthly’s 2016 College Guide names David Laude one of the higher education leaders making college more accessible, affordable and effective, citing the success of Student Success Initiatives in increasing the university’s persistence and graduation rates.
The College of Liberal Arts at The University of Texas at Austin has created two new undergraduate degrees that focus on the environment and on the human and social aspects of organizations. Students will be eligible to enroll in both degrees starting in the fall 2016 semester.