The First Year of College: Research, Theory, and Practice on Improving the Student Experience and Increasing Retention
This nationally renowned program identifies students who are statistically likely to struggle at Texas’ flagship university and “flips the script,” turning them into campus leaders.
In recent years, The University of Texas at Austin has worked hard to provide support for students least likely to graduate in four years and is now seeing significant improvement.
The collaborative co-enrollment program between The University of Texas at Austin and Austin Community College (ACC) is a recipient of the 2017 Outstanding Institutional Advising Program Award given by the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA). The Path to Admission through Co-Enrollment (PACE) program was recognized for its exemplary academic advising services for students. PACE offers co-enrollment at UT Austin
Association of Public and Land-grant Universities
Arguably the cornerstone of the University’s 70 percent initiative has been the Student Success Initiatives launched in 2013.