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MEDIA ADVISORY: 400 Volunteers to Help 7,300+ Students “Mooov-In” at UT Austin

The University of Texas at Austin will welcome more than 7,300 students from 42 states, 35 countries and five continents as they “Mooov-In” to 14 on-campus residence halls. Nearly 400 faculty members, staffers and student volunteers will be on hand to help the newest generation of Longhorns and their families “Mooov-In.” Mooov-In is organized by…   » Continue Reading

University Names New Executive Director for University Unions

University Names New Executive Director for University Unions

AUSTIN, Texas — After a national search, the Division of Student Affairs at The University of Texas at Austin has selected Mulugeta Ferede as the new executive director of the University Unions.

UT Austin to Welcome New Students at 20th Anniversary of Mooov-In

At the annual Mooov-In event, The University of Texas at Austin will welcome approximately 7,500 students from all 50 states, more than 35 countries and every continent (except Antarctica). More than 500 faculty members, staffers and students will be on hand as volunteers to welcome the newest generation of Longhorns to the Forty Acres, marking…   » Continue Reading

Mooov-In at The University of Texas at Austin Welcomes Students to Campus Residence Halls

University officials will welcome incoming students and their parents at the annual Mooov-In event while hundreds of volunteers help the students move into campus residence halls.

New Student Orientation to Focus More on Timely Graduation

Orientation programs for incoming University of Texas at Austin students are being redefined to provide more guidance on selecting majors, meeting academic requirements and graduating in four years. 

Statement from Dean of Students Soncia Reagins-Lilly

Dr. Soncia Reagins-Lilly, dean of students, comments on media reports about a controversial Twitter post sent Dec. 18 about President Obama. The reports claim the tweet came from an official of a University of Texas at Austin organization. Reagins-Lilly's statement follows: Sunday's Twitter posting about President Obama was offensive and embarrassing. We embrace free speech…   » Continue Reading

Powers Praises Students for Seeking Solutions to Critical Challenges

William Powers Jr., president of The University of Texas at Austin, welcomed students and guests participating in the Clinton Global Initiative University 2009 last week in Austin and praised them for their commitment to seeking solutions to "the world's greatest challenges."