of Community and School Relations
The Office of Community and School Relations serves as a conduit
of communication between the University of Texas at Austin and the
Austin Community with an emphasis on underrepresented populations.
The office also provides
pre-collegiate youth development/enrichment programs for academically
talented high school students and their teachers.
The University Outreach Program helps students in grades 8-12 to
excel academically, graduate from high school, and prepare for post-secondary
The University Interscholastic League provides leadership and guidance
to public school debate and athletic teachers. The purpose of the
UIL is to organize and properly supervise contests for public schools
that assist in preparing public school students for citizenship.
The Neighborhood Longhorns Program utilizes support mechanisms that
encourage and value the students' personal development and inspire
their desire to pursue higher learning through exposure to the college
Foundation for Mental Health
Hogg Foundation manages both operating programs and grantmaking
activities that support mental health service and research projects