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Experts Guide: If you are looking for an expert in politics, law, business, popular culture or any number of other topics, this campus-wide guide is a great place to locate just the right person for your article.

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News Media Contacts: If you need help locating an expert, contact one of our public affairs representatives from each of the colleges and schools across the university.

Rankings and Kudos: The University of Texas at Austin makes the world a better place by leveraging its research and knowledge to address the needs of the state, the nation and the world. This list of some of our recent rankings and kudos highlights the university’s depth of resources, talent and technology, as well as how the city of Austin—as a national creative center—and the university complement one another.

Degrees and Dates of Attendance: This online service provides public directory information for all current and former students whose records are computerized. Generally, this includes students enrolled from Fall 1977 to the present. For official certification of this information, contact Enrollment Certification at 512-475-7540. For verbal verification of students enrolled prior to Fall 1977, please contact Diploma Services at 512-475-7619.

Tower Lighting Policy: Lighting configurations for the UT Tower recognize campus-wide events, celebrate achievements by students, faculty and staff, and mark athletic victories.

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