The University of Texas at Austin maintained its recent success in increasing its four-year graduation rate and improved its six-year rate this year, underscoring the long-term benefits of its focus on improving student success.
September 10, 2019 – Among public universities, UT ranks No. 14 and remains the top public university in Texas.
A roundup of new Student Success programs, services, and celebrations. Read More >
We sat down with Michael, a Plan II major from Brownsville, to talk about how he used his Individual Opportunity Scholarship from Presidential Scholars and how it’s shaped his time at UT.
In a blog post for UT System, Dr. Cassandre Alvarado, Executive Director of Student Success, offers “a radical suggestion for something simple that faculty can do to improve student success”: learn their students’ names.
We sat down with Owais, a computer science major from Houston, to talk about how he used his Individual Opportunity Scholarship from Presidential Scholars and how it’s shaped his time at UT. How did you use your Individual Opportunity Scholarship? In Summer 2018, I studied at Make School, a startup that went through Y Combinator, which is Silicon