This summer, more than 65 high school students from around the country and across the globe made their way to The University of Texas at Austin to experience life on a college campus.
Being an incoming freshman at a major university can be an overwhelming experience, and the students who work as orientation advisors (OAs) understand the feeling.
Graduation is right around the corner and Liberal Arts Career Services is holding Job Search Boot Camp to help students prepare for life after college.
Imagine walking into class on the first day knowing you will responsible for giving away $100,000 at the end of the semester.
The African & African Diaspora Studies Department has created a smartphone app that is now available to students across the UT Austin campus.
The National Association of Academic Advisors (NACADA) has recognized two members of the College of Liberal Arts advising team as examples of outstanding academic advising.
April 14-18 is Undergraduate Research Week at UT, hosted by the Senate of College Councils and the Office of the Dean of Undergraduate Studies.
UT economics student will be spending part of his summer studying abroad in Paris, thanks to a fellowship devoted to international education.
Graduation and summer are upon us, and many students are starting to feel the pressure to find the perfect job or internship.
The winners of the 2013-2014 Texas Exes James W. Vick Awards have been announced.
The spring 2014 semester’s deadline day is March 31, and the College of Liberal Arts advising team wants to make sure the process goes as smoothly and efficiently as possible for everyone involved.
South By Southwest is over for another year and two liberal arts students had festival experiences that were not only entertaining, but also helped them establish themselves in their fields.
cademic probation is a scary phrase, but the College of Liberal Arts has a program to show students that with the right focus and attitude there can be momentous payoffs.
One UT Austin student found her way to psychology through familial influence, overlapping interests and an acute sense of empathy.
Steven Macapagal, a math and economics senior from Houston, has given back to the Economics Peer Mentor Program as much, if not more, than he’s received from it.