Take some time to check out the following university resources and services; they can help smooth your transition to life as a Longhorn.
Majors, Degree Plans and Courses
Looking for information about degrees, majors, program options, course schedules and related issues? The Office of the Registrar has you covered:
The Undergraduate Catalog offers information on undergraduate degrees, degree requirements, majors, program options, preparation for law and health professional studies, and courses.
The Course Schedule contains information you will need to register for classes—including instructions, academic advising requirements and locations, building and course abbreviations, course offerings for the semester and other general information.
The General Information catalog is intended to be used in conjunction with the Undergraduate Catalog. It contains a variety of useful information about the university, including freshman admission standards, general academic policy, tuition and required fee schedules, student affairs and services, and information about libraries and other academic facilities.
Campus safety is everyone’s business. Read about Safety and Security on the Forty Acres—everything from crime statistics to emergency preparedness procedures to contact information for the university’s Counseling and Mental Health Center Crisis Line.
Computer Services and Security
Student Activities, Organizations, Support and Assistance
The Office of the Dean of Students and Division of Diversity and Community Engagement support Longhorns with many on-campus services and activities:
- Gender and Sexuality Center
- Leadership and Ethics Institute
- Legal Services for Students
- Legislative Student Organizations
- Multicultural Engagement Center
- New Student Services
- Research Institute
- Services for Students with Disabilities
- Sorority and Fraternity Life
- Student Activities
- Student Emergency Services
- Student Veteran Services
Students have access to many free and low-cost medical services on campus—including immunizations, a general medical care clinic, sports medicine and an urgent care clinic—through University Health Services (UHS). UHS has medical professionals on staff to treat students, including a 24-hour-a-day Nurse Advice Line.
Looking for information and help with your bills and related issues? Student Accounts Receivable processes payments and serves as an information resource for your university bills. It can help with questions about tuition and fee rates, payment due dates, how to pay, payment plans, online tuition bills, refunds, official fee receipts, tuition and cash loans, exemptions/waivers (like the Texas Tomorrow Funds or valedictorian scholarship) and higher education tax credits.