Welcome to Fine Arts Student Affairs!
Spring 2021 Semester Operations Overview:
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic (and ongoing construction in our physical location!), our office will operate entirely remotely for the spring 2021 semester. If you are a Fine Arts undergraduate student and need assistance, please contact us at email@example.com. Email is our office’s official mode of communication. Any inquiries about your coursework and your academic standing should be directed to your departmental advisor.
Reasons to contact our office:
- Q drops
- Applying to graduate
- Pass/fail status change for a class
- Late adds or other registration appeals
- Advising to take courses at another institution
- Degree modification petitions
- Advising on general University policy and procedure
- Referrals to other campus offices
NOTICE: The COVID-19 Pass/Fail Exception is now available to currently enrolled undergraduates for the 2020-2021 academic year. Please review the Texas One Stop FAQ’s prior to making a final decision about using your COVID-19 Pass/Fail Exception.You may submit a COVID-19 Pass/Fail Exception online. This action is not reversible. Your request will be updated on your student record immediately.
How to reach us:
Our primary mode of communication is email. Please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- We will be attending email Monday through Friday, from 8am-5pm.
We will be hosting Zoom walk-in hours.
- CoFA Student Affairs Zoom walk-in hours will be Monday and Wednesday, between 1pm and 4pm.
- To join the meeting, just log into UT Zoom with your EID and password, and then click the Zoom link: https://utexas.zoom.us/j/96318925400.
- You can also join by entering the Meeting ID: 963 1892 5400
You can also call us at (512) 471-5011.
- We will be available via phone Monday – Friday 8am-5pm.
Please note that our office is closed weekends and UT holidays. Non-CoFA undergraduate students should contact their home College’s advising office. CoFA graduate students should contact the Graduate School. Here is some additional helpful information in regards to your safety and well-being here at UT Austin:
Finally, we also stand in solidarity with our black students and students of color and believe that their creative work will be seen and heard and will make a difference. We would like to direct you to the Fine Arts Diversity Council’s statement and their list of resources to give you the College’s perspective on these matters. Though we live in a time of uncertainty, what is certain is our ability to connect as creative people within a creative community.
Thank you! We wish CoFA undergraduates the best during this difficult time!
-Fine Arts Student Affairs Staff
Who we are:
Who The Office of Student Affairs, a part of the College of Fine Arts Dean’s Office, is the primary resource for advising and academic services for all College of Fine Arts undergraduates. We are here to help you understand your degree plan and navigate University of Texas at Austin bureaucracy. Please contact email@example.com with any questions you may have, and a Student Affairs staff member will be happy to help!
What we do:
- Individualized student success mentorship
- Fine Arts degree advising
- Registration approvals (drops, adds, and withdrawals)
- Graduation applications
- Academic and degree planning
- Pre-approval to take coursework at other institutions
- Coordinate participation in student-related events such as:
- New Student Orientation
- New Student Welcome
- Various student-centered advising and success programming
- Referral for other campus resources and support services at UT Austin and beyond