Academics and Student Success

Maximize your virtual learning experience using resources for finding the right classes and getting the support and assistance you need to continue on your journey towards graduation.

The 360 Connections team remains committed to supporting first-year students and is available for student questions via phone, email, or video conference. If you have questions, need support, or would like to schedule a time to meet, please contact the 360 Connections team via email.

Most academic advisors (PDF download) are available for virtual appointments through tools like Microsoft Teams, Skype, Zoom, or over the phone. The best way to find out how your academic advisor is connecting with students by emailing your advisor. Advisors continue to check and respond to email regularly and are prepared to continue supporting students learning remotely.

Sanger Learning Center offers a range of remote support services, including academic counseling, test reviews and tutoring. Sign up online or call 512-471-3614.

The Graduation Help Desk is here to help you stay on track to your expected graduation date. If after speaking with your academic advisor you still need help enrolling in a class you need to fulfill your degree requirements, consult the Graduation Help Desk’s frequently asked questions, then email graduationhelpdesk@utexas.edu if you need further assistance.

The University Writing Center (UWC) is offering online appointments through Google Hangouts Meet. Visit the UWC appointments page for more information or to schedule an appointment. You can also email uwcdesk@utexas.edu, call 512-471-6222 and leave a message, or visit the UWC website  to live chat with a consultant.

Services for Students with Disabilities

Based in the philosophy that all students should be assured equal access and opportunity, Services for Students with Disabilities works to eliminate physical, instructional and attitudinal barriers by providing reasonable accommodations and fostering awareness within the University community.

https://diversity.utexas.edu/disability/2020/04/ssd-covid19/

Student Emergency Services, Office of the Dean of Students

Academic difficulties may arise as the result of personal hardships or crisis situations. Our staff helps students navigate academic options and can help coordinate services with advisors and student deans.

https://deanofstudents.utexas.edu/emergency/howwecanhelp.php

Student Ombuds

The Student Ombuds is here to listen to your concerns in a safe setting about life at the university and confidentially discuss interpersonal difficulties, university policies, university bureaucracy, and conflict resolution techniques. They help you identify options so you can seek resolution.

https://ombuds.utexas.edu/student

Below is a list of online resources from the colleges across campus:

Find your advisor’s contact information on Texas One Stop or in the How to Schedule With an Advisor document.

Students that are in honors or success programs are encouraged to visit the websites linked below to connect with their colleges:

The UT Course Schedule includes current information on instruction mode (e.g., in-person/face-to-face; online/internet; or hybrid), instructor, time, or location. You can review and make adjustments to your schedule, if needed, by logging into UT Direct. Please visit the resources below on the Texas One Stop website for information and videos about how to find and register for online courses.

The University Libraries services have moved online. See the Libraries section in Protect Texas Together for information about retrieving physical materials from the library. The first floor of the Perry–Castañeda Library will be open for studying. The Libraries Services Continuity Guide also provides up-to-date information about services and resources available.

Keep Learning

Visit Keep Learning for your step-by-step guide to success in an online learning environment.