Connect with like-minded students and members of the UT and Austin communities by participating in campus organizations.
Sign up for a First-year Interest Group during orientation and start college with 15-20 friends who are in at least two of your classes.
FIGs meet for a weekly seminar led by a peer mentor who will connect you with campus resources and help you transition to college life.
As a student enrolled in Undergraduate Studies, you can take advantage of leadership opportunities during your freshman and sophomore years.
Become a member of the Undergraduate Studies Student Council.
Apply to be a UGS ambassador and share your UGS experience with prospective students.
After your freshman year, apply to be a FIG mentor.
Search over 2,000 student organizations on the Dean of Students Registered Student Organizations Database.
Can’t find what you’re looking for? Grab two friends, find $10, and start your own student organization.
Become part of your college’s or school’s student council.
Join an honors society.
Search for volunteer opportunities.
Find an on-campus job.
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