It's of the utmost importance that our students feel supported and prepared during these trying times. Here you'll find resources and information to assist all current, prospective and incoming students. 

Current Students

The Office of the Dean of Students continues to closely monitor the latest information from the university and has a number of resources to assist you.

Get answers to frequently asked questions regarding the university's move to online classes for the spring semester.

CARES Act Emergency Assistance - UT has received funds under the CARES Act and is working to provide emergency assistance to students.

Texas One Stop (the offices of Student Enrollment and Student Success) is currently offering all services remotely and is available through telework. 

The university is requiring students to move out from the residence halls. University Housing and Dining has instructions on moving out.  

University Health Services remains open during normal business hours (M - F 8 a.m. - 5 p.m) to provide care for most health concerns through telemedicine, including evaluation of COVID-19. 

The Counseling and Mental Health Center will continue to provide counseling and psychiatric services to support students throughout this time. Services will be delivered over the phone. The center is also offering COVID-19 specific discussion groups and workshops.

Recreational Sports is providing ways for you to stay active from wherever you are. 

View more information on Division of Student Affairs operations (including the Center for Students in Recovery and University Unions).

Information for student workers and work study:

Graduate Students

Information and FAQs related to COVID-19 from the university's Graduate School

Prospective and Incoming Students

All new student orientation sessions (June through August 2020) will be online.

Family Orientation will also be online.

See frequently asked questions for prospective and incoming students at Texas One Stop.