Below you'll find a list of campus resources and the contact information for each. Identify the resources that will be useful to you at the beginning of the semester. Use them from the start and throughout the semester.
The Career Exploration Center is a counseling based center that primarily assists students with major exploration and career counseling. The center can also help students find internships and plan for graduate school.
Liberal Arts Career Services is available to help students with every step of a job search - whether to write a resume, interview for a job, apply to law school, or figure out how to best use a liberal arts degree. Workshops and events occur throughout the year, and the office has a library with job information and resources.
The Counseling & Mental Health Center (CMHC) helps students with their personal concerns so that they can meet the daily challenges of student life. CMHC offers individual counseling, group therapy, psychiatric services, and telephone counseling.
The Office of Admissions processes readmission applications for students who wish to return after an interruption of at least one fall or spring semester.
Services for Students with Disabilities (SSD) determine eligibility and help implement reasonable accommodations for students with disabilities at the University of Texas at Austin.
The Office of Student Financial Services (OSFS) makes higher education accessible for many student by awarding and delivering federal, state, and institutional need-based financial aid and merit/need-based scholarships.
The SUCCESS Program is a college-wide initiative in the College of Liberal Arts to assist students who are on probation and who are at risk of being dismissed. The program’s core component is the SUCCESS agreement (contract). Students arrange to meet with assigned academic advisors to discuss academic issues and personal obstacles, to review resources and assistance services, and to plan their academic goals.
The Undergraduate Writing Center assists undergraduates with all stages of the writing process, from brainstorming and outlining the first draft to help with final revisions. The center is staffed by graduate and undergraduate students specially trained to offer help with writing whether it is for a class, an application essay, a creative writing project, or a resume.
University Extension offers online courses that can be taken for UT credit. Courses taken through University Extension affect a student’s UT cumulative GPA, but do not count toward residency hours.
University Health Services (UHS) provides high quality medical care and services to all UT Austin students. It offers general medical care, urgent care, and specialty care for women’s health, sports medicine, immunizations and allergy shots, physical therapy, and dietitian consultations. UHS accepts most insurance plans, but insurance is optional and payment is not required at the time of service. Call or visit Healthy Horns to schedule an appointment.
The UT Learning Center is an academic service that helps students maximize their academic potential. It offers both group and individualized programs to help increase efficiency in college-level math, science, writing, reading, and learning strategies.
The UTurn program was recently developed to assist Liberal Arts students in academic difficulty. UTurn was developed from the SUCCESS program and provides participating students with additional opportunities to engage in academic support network and utilize the resources needed to be academically successful.