Category: Academics

UT New York

Shared on behalf of UTNY. New York City is the place to put your Liberal Arts education to work for you and we’re here to help you get there!   Through our partnership with UTNY, the College of Liberal Arts provides you the

Advising Reminder

Spring registration isn’t until November, but the degree audits that will determine your registration time will start running next week. The higher your percentage to degree, the earlier you register. Please take the following steps to be sure your audit

Bridging Discipline Programs

Shared on behalf of Larissa Noake with the Bridging Disciplines Programs. If you are not familiar with the BDPs, our programs offer undergraduates at UT the opportunity to pursue an interdisciplinary certificate to complement their major. BDP certificates integrate coursework with

Peer Academic Coaching Opportunity

Shared on behalf of the Sanger Learning Center Need regular study support? The Peer Academic Coaching (PAC) program at the Sanger Learning Center (SLC) still has space available this semester, and all sessions will be offered virtually. Any interested UT

Sanger Learning Center Resources

More than 11,000 undergraduates use  Sanger Learning Center services every year to brush up on their skills, connect with their peers, and excel in their classes. Students can access all of the free services online: Looking for better time management

Fall Registration Reminders from the Sociology Advising Office

Here are some friendly reminders about registration:  For most of you, registration reopens today on Monday, August 24th, 8 AM CST. You can verify your specific registration times on your Registration Information Sheet.  Tuition: You have until Tuesday, August 25th to pay your tuition bill or

Upcoming Workshops from Sanger Learning Center

Sanger Learning Center has a number of workshops coming up to help students in this busy season. Many of our course-specific programs are also in full swing for this semester, supporting over 90 courses – Supplemental Instruction weekly study sessions, Peer-Led Undergraduate Studying weekly

Sport & Politics in Germany (Spring 2020)

Sociology majors! Its not too late to sign up for this course being taught this spring by Prof. John Hoberman. Course Description: Sport and other forms of physical culture have played important political roles in German history over the past

Midland College December Mini Term Courses

Midland College offers a variety of classes during their December Mini Term that are COMPLETELY ONLINE.  This is a great opportunity for students to get core classes (including foreign language) taken care of quickly.  Courses are listed here. For students