Mexico Study Abroad Fair – Sept 9th

Meet representatives of universities and study abroad programs to learn more about opportunities for study in Mexico.

Connect with a representative of the Consulate General of Mexico in Austin.

Talk to UT Austin students who studied abroad in Mexico.

Short video presentation highlighting the beauty and history of Mexico.

Light refreshments and entertainment.

Wednesday, September 9
Julius Glickman Conference Center, CLA 1.302B

Volunteer Orientation at Capitol School of Austin

Interested in volunteering to gain some experience in the field of communication disorders? Please attend a mandatory volunteer orientation this Friday, August 28th from 11:30 – 12:30 at Capitol School of Austin (, located at  2011 W. Koenig Lane, to sign up for a slot.  Volunteers are asked to make a two-hour commitment once a week throughout the semester.  Email the Program Director, Jeannette Young, at in order to secure an orientation spot.  Spots are limited.


Jeannette Young, M.S., CCC-SLP
CSA Director
(512) 467-7006

CCS Welcome Back Students!

Welcome back! While you were gone for summer break, CCS has been busy making access to our office easier for you! There are three ways to schedule an appointment with CCS. You can visit us in BMC 2.302, call us at (512) 471-9421, and schedule an appointment online through STAR!  Remember, in addition to scheduling an appointment, walk-in advising is available Tuesday and Wednesday from 2 PM to 4 PM, unless otherwise announced.

Fall 2015 Communication Job & Internship Fair

The Fall 2015 Communication Job & Internship Fair will be held on Wednesday, October 14th, 2015 for 10AM to 3PM in the Darrell K. Royal Stadium, 8th Floor.  90 employers are expected to attend to meet, recruit, and interview communication students and alumni for job and internship opportunities. The Job & Internship Fairs also offer the opportunity to network with representatives from various employers.  The year CCS is featuring a Career Fair Event App! This app will allow students to communicate with employers during the event through a Status Feed, access jobs and company bios of the attending employers, and use an interactive booth map to locate employers and filter by the types of positions a student is looking for.

Topic Workshops

Our topic workshops are a great resource for you to learn how to master the job and internship search, career fair, interviewing and much more! For more information about our topic workshops, please visit our website.

CCS Career Development Grant Program

CCS awards grant money for a short film, a conference, or a job-search trip? We’ve even given money for interviewing attire, a summer internship, or for launching a website. Grant money can be used to support activities that have taken or will take place anytime during the 2015-2016 academic year (September 1, 2015 – August 31, 2016). For a list of past recipients, submission requirements, and an application, go to:

Application deadline: 5:00 pm, Friday, September 15, 2015

CCS Student Ambassador Program

As a fully trained CCS Student Ambassador, you will be able to share industry research that can help your peers feel prepared for full-time work or next steps to a successful professional life. The CCS Student Ambassador Program is a unique experience that will:

Give you behind the scenes access to network with recruiters and employers at CCS events
Empower you to share your vision of future Communication Career Services events and programming
Provide you with leadership development and professional skills training each semester
Help you build your resume with a career-oriented leadership position
Teach you industry-related knowledge that will help you on the job and internship market

Interested in becoming a CCS Student Ambassador? Applications will be accepted until 9/11 by 5pm. Find out more about how to become a CCS Student Ambassador on our website.



Debbie Kubena
Communication Career Services
300 W. Dean Keeton, BMC 2.302
Austin, Texas 78712
(p) 512-471-9421

Study Abroad Outreach for Fall

Happy first day of class!  I wanted to send out a short message about Study Abroad’s outreach efforts this Fall. This year, we are trying to double our outreach! We want to make you aware so that you can take advantage of the opportunities to begin researching Study Abroad early.

1.       We are hosting General Information Sessions starting August 31, until December 2. Please spread the word to your students.
·         M   4:00PM  – 5:00PM   ART 1.110
·         T     4:00PM  – 5:00PM   JES A121A
·         W   4:00PM  – 5:00PM   MEZ 1.120
·         TH  4:00PM  – 5:00PM   CAL 100

2.       The semi-annual Study Abroad Fair will be held this fall on September 9, 10am-3pm on Gregory Plaza. There will be another Study Abroad Fair specifically for Mexico, also on September 9, 4-6pm in CLA 1.302B.

ART open seats fall 15

Information for non majors interested in the Department of Art + Art History:

Non majors may pick up the “consent form for non majors to register for major restricted course”, outside ART 3.342, if interested in registering for the ART classes listed below, which are restricted to majors.
The consent form does not guarantee successful registration of course to be added.  If seats are filled by current majors in the dept, and/or the professor does not give consent, the course cannot be added.  Even if the professor gives consent, but all seats in the course are filled by majors, the course cannot be added.

ART 303K, 304K, 303L, 304L are completely restricted to majors.  Non majors will not have registration access.

The courses listed below are the only ART courses that have enough open seats to open to non majors.
Professors teaching these courses will most likely require that the non major student have some prior experience in the medium in order to register.

20611    MW
6:00 p.m.-9:00 p.m.
ART 4.206
HIGH, T    open; restricted

20685    MW
8:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
ART 2.316
HIGH, T    open; restricted

20720    TTH
8:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
ART 4.216
BRAUNTUCH, T    open; restricted

20680    MW
8:00 a.m.-11:00 a.m.
ART 2.410
SAWYER, M    open; restricted
Independent inquiry

Open Signature Course Seats

We are happy to announce that due to the way we were able to better manage seats throughout Orientation, we still have several seats available in Signature Courses. Any student who is in their first year in residence(both Freshman and first-year Transfer students) is able to register themselves for any open section and do not need to call our office.

Even better news, due to the availability of seats we will be able to put any upperlcassmen in any open, unrestricted UGS 303 section at this time. So, if you know you have some upplerclassmen looking to graduate in May and they still need a Signature Course now is the time to have them register. Please have upperclassmen call our office at 512-471-4421 and we will be happy to add them.

Student Conduct Board Recruitment 2015-2016

We are actively recruiting student members for the Student Conduct Board for the 2015-2016 academic year.

The Student Conduct Board offers the opportunity for students to be actively involved in promoting academic integrity and the student Honor Code on our campus. Students will share with faculty the responsibility of changing our culture to one where academic integrity is not merely an aspiration but an embedded reality of what it means to be a Longhorn. Since Fall 2013, students charged with academic violations have the option of having their cases heard by the Student Conduct Board, a panel of students, faculty and staff who are responsible for making decisions on academic related judicial cases.

Students with a strong commitment to upholding the highest standards of academic integrity on our campus are encouraged to get involved. This prestigious opportunity is open to undergraduate and graduate students and the application deadline is September 10, 2015.  Successful candidates will be appointed by President Fenves to the Student Conduct Board.

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Student Judicial Services at or 512-471-2841.

LMS Loteria Night

Join us for Latino Media Studies Loteria Night!

DATE:  Tuesday, September 1st

TIME:  6:00 – 7:30 pm


Light refreshments will be served.

Come out and meet other LMS students! Enjoy an evening of games and friends!

Sanger Ice Cream Social

I just wanted to invite students to the Sanger Learning Center annual ice cream social!

We will not have the planners this year. However, we are excited to offer something new this year!

Our professional staff of Learning Specialists will be on hand giving one on one individualized academic resource “reports” to students as they come by to eat ice cream.  This is basically a sheet that shows what academic resources are available to them for each of their classes in the semester. Students do not have to do these quick meets, they can just grab ice cream and go, or pass on the ice cream and just benefit from the individualized resources report.

Thursday, September 3


JES A315

Finance Express

In an effort to make it easier for students get answers to all their questions related to tuition, billing and financial aid, we have launched a new initiative called Financial Express (see attached flier!).

Financial Express, located in the FAC lobby, is a one-stop location that integrates staff from the offices of Financial Aid, and Tuition & Billing. This is designed to provide students with the information they need in one location, and mitigate the back-and-forth between the offices on campus.

Financial Express Services

·         Revise unreleased aid
·         Reinstate aid
·         Report enrollment changes
·         Learn how adding/dropping class impacts aid

·         Discuss ways to pay bills
·         Prepaid Tuition plans
·         529 College Savings Plans
·         GI Bill & Hazelwood Exemption
·         Discuss refunds and add bills
·         Apply for short-term tuition or cash loans
·         Get guidance on past due tuition bills or tuition/cash loans

Financial Express will be open from August 17 through September 4.
9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.

Students can also find assistance in the same places they have in the past.
·         Online at CASH (Check Aid Status Here)
·         Email:
·         In person at the Office of Financial Aid (in SSB)