“Some of my best memories of UT to this day are from the Honors Colloquium: playing cards late at night, getting lost with a friend on the way to Anna Hiss in the ridiculous heat, lying on the roof of RLM with new friends and talking about
Honors Colloquium is a three-day, two-night program. Each room offers bed linens, blankets, pillows, refrigerator, and microwave.
Towels, washcloths, soap, and personal toiletries.
No Colloquium events require business or more formal attire. Cool, casual clothing and comfortable walking shoes are appropriate for all activities. Shorts and jeans are fine. Please pack sleepwear, as you will share a room with another Colloquium student (same gender) and a community bath with students on your wing.
On Friday evening at Gregory Gym, you may participate in activities such as yoga, dancing, racquetball, volleyball, swimming, and basketball. Appropriate swimwear is required in the pool and court shoes on the courts. Closed-toe shoes and appropriate attire are required on the climbing wall and on some of the tours and special interest sessions.
Please be sure to pack any prescription or non-prescription medication and sun block. Please inform us of any special needs regarding medications.
Some optional items to make your visit more enjoyable may include a cell phone, spending money (remember all meals from dinner on July 24 through breakfast on July 26 are provided at no cost), snacks, or special diet items from home. There are microwaves and refrigerators in all rooms.
Some other useful items include a watch, camera, sunglasses, hat, water bottle, alarm clock, and umbrella.
The University of Texas at Austin is tobacco-free. The use of any tobacco products is prohibited in university buildings and on university grounds within the state of Texas, including parking areas, sidewalks, walkways, attached parking structures and university owned buildings.
The use or possession of illegal drugs or alcoholic beverages is prohibited.
Weapons, facsimile weapons, candles, fireworks or other objects, which may cause harm to other people or damage to the facilities, are prohibited.
The university cannot assume responsibility for lost, stolen, or damaged personal property. We strongly encourage you to keep your door locked at all times, and to leave your valuables at home.