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Senior Vice Provost David Laude to Host Panel Discussion on College Affordability and Transparency

EVENT: Senior Vice Provost David Laude will host David Bergeron, U.S. acting assistant secretary for postsecondary education, for a conversation on national higher education policy. WHEN: Thursday, Feb. 28, 2-3 p.m. Event is invitation only but open to the media. WHERE: Student Activities Center, Legislative Assembly, Room 2.302 BACKGROUND: Students, administrators and a national representative…   » Continue Reading

New Financial Aid Programs to Encourage Four-year Graduation

The University of Texas at Austin is introducing new financial aid programs that encourage four-year graduation rates among student populations who have historically been less likely to graduate in four years.

March 15 is New FAFSA Priority Filing Deadline for The University of Texas at Austin

The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) priority filing deadline for The University of Texas at Austin has been moved to March 15 in an effort to help students maximize opportunities in their quest for educational funding.

The University of Texas at Austin Makes Transition to Direct Loans

Beginning with the 2010 summer term, The University of Texas at Austin will join thousands of U.S. colleges and universities in the William D. Ford Federal Direct Student Loan Program.

Powers to Speak at Grand Opening of Valley Admissions Center

William Powers Jr., president of The University of Texas at Austin, will speak at the April 22 grand opening of the university's Valley Admissions Center, a valuable new resource for students making decisions about education beyond high school.

Tuition Policy Advisory Committee Recommends Increases at The University of Texas at Austin

The Tuition Policy Advisory Committee (TPAC), a panel of students, faculty and administrators at The University of Texas at Austin, has recommended to President William Powers Jr., average increases in cost of attendance of $318 per semester in 2008-09 and $303 in 2009-10.