|Student life in residence halls|
The University Apartments is proud to offer a variety of community programs, events, and services for our residents. Our programs are designed to help foster connections and community pride.
A variety of programs are offered for children of all ages throughout the year. Programs have included:
A limited number of spaces are available for programs. Contact April Hadnot at email@example.com for more information.
Community Advisors host monthly social events in their areas. These events are opportunities for residents to get to know one another, build community, and have some fun! Contact your CA for more information about events in your area.
ESL classes are offered to University Apartments residents free of charge and are taught by community volunteers. Classes are for adults, ages eighteen and older. Multiple course levels are offered from beginner to conversational. For more information about ESL Classes and how to register, contact April Hadnot at AHadnot@mail.utexas.edu
Nutrition classes and Cooking Demonstrations offer residents the chance to come together and socialize with their neighbors while learning how to cook healthy meals. A different cooking demonstration will be featured every week.
The Resident Resource Advocacy Program helps residents find resources and referrals within the UT community and Austin area. RRAP provides residents with the opportunity to have a Resource Advocate assess their individual needs and guide them to appropriate resources in the community. For more information or to schedule an appointment, please send an email to Ahadnot@austin.utexas.edu
Get to know other women living in the University Apartments.
This group provides an opportunity for women to socialize, discuss issues related to women,and practice or help others with English skills. Women's Conversation Group is held in the Colorado Community Room and courtyard. Children are welcome and light refreshments will be provided. For current meeting times and days, please email Ahadnot@austin.utexas.edu