Below you'll find a list of campus resources. Identify the resources that will be useful to you at the beginning of the semester. Use them from the start and throughout the semester.
The Sanger Learning & Carrer Center) helps students explore major and career interests. Services include career counseling, career testing, and graduate school planning assistance.
Liberal Arts Career Services (LACS) career coaches help Liberal Arts students write a resume, prepare for job interviews, apply to law school, or figure out how to best use their liberal arts degrees.
The Health Professions Office (HPO) provides students with the information necessary to make informed academic and career decisions related to various health professions.
This service, housed in Liberal Arts Career Services, assists with researching and applying to law school, hosts the annual Law Fair, and provides general information related to the legal profession.
The Office of Student Financial Services coordinates and manages loan, grant, federal work-study, and scholarship programs from a variety of public and private sources.
Go to this Web site for information on various scholarships available to qualified UT students.
Go to this Web site for information on Liberal Arts merit scholarships and other scholarship opportunities specifically for Liberal Arts students.
The Study Abroad Office Web site has information on study abroad programs, credit and grades, financial aid and scholarships, library resources, advising, and the application process.
This Web site provide information on scholarship funding for study abroad.
The Undergraduate Catalog contains requirements for all degrees, course descriptions, information on honors programs, and college and departmental scholarships. The General Information Catalog covers registration, grading policies, and standards
Through the Interactive Degree Audit (IDA), students may view and request degree audits online, project how future courses might apply toward a degree, and locate advising resources.
The UT Learning Center (UTLC) provides a range of services designed to enhance both individual learning and in-class performance with the goal of helping students achieve academic excellence.
The Undergraduate Writing Center provides individualized, professional advice on all aspects of writing to university undergraduates on a drop-in basis or by appointment.
This Web site provides information on university libraries and museums, including access to important research tools and library hours of operation.
University Health Services provides non-urgent medical services, health promotion and maintenance programs, public heath services, and pharmacy services.
The Counseling and Mental Health Center (CMHC) helps students with their personal concerns so that they can meet the daily challenges of student life. The CMHC is staffed by psychologists, psychiatrists, social workers, and other licensed mental health professionals.
The primary goal of Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) is to support the academic efforts of students working with this office.
The Division of Recreational Sports develops and conducts recreational sports programs for university students. Among the many services and activities provided by Rec Sports are intramural sports, UT Sport Club Association, fitness/wellness programs, and open recreation facilities, including Gregory Gym.
Student Activities and Leadership Development (SALD) promotes student organizations and leadership development, community service, and co-curricular programming. SALD is home to over 900 registered student organizations. To find the organization that’s right for you, use their online Student Organization Database.