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Austin Public Health officials advise students to avoid travel, wear masks over holidays
November 24, 2020
Dr. Mark Escott, interim Austin-Travis County medical director and health authority, said Travis County residents should abandon all travel for the holidays.
Students express frustration in online class size limits
November 22, 2020
Some students feel online class size limits are unreasonable and are preventing them from registering for classes they need to graduate.
Texas Advance Commitment expansion brings tuition help, confusion to UT-Austin students
November 12, 2020
The Texas Advance Commitment guarantees tuition is covered for students from families with up to $65,000 of adjusted gross income, but it may not show up on a student’s tuition bill.
UHS holds annual flu shot campaign, adapts for COVID-19
November 6, 2020
This year, University Health Services’ flu shot campaign administered 8,093 shots while accommodating social distancing guidelines.
UT-Austin students feel anxious about election in polarized political climate
November 3, 2020
Some students have expressed anxiety about this years’ election results, saying it is one of the most important elections of their lifetime.
UT students struggle to receive timely help from Counseling and Mental Health Center
November 2, 2020
Some students say they have struggled to make timely appointments with the Counseling and Mental Health Center and reach the crisis hotline this semester.
Professors administer midsemester surveys, attempt to make accommodations
October 25, 2020
Some professors administered midsemester surveys to gauge students’ feelings about the semester before making changes to accommodate for current circumstances.
UT-Austin teaching assistants face challenges in online environment
October 19, 2020
TAs are struggling with time management as they try to give students valuable feedback and learn new programs.
UT-Austin Student Government agencies plan to work toward equity for students on campus
September 30, 2020
Student Government agencies added new appointees to their teams last week and are beginning to plan initiatives and events for the year to help and protect marginalized groups on campus.
UT-Austin students struggle to connect to peers virtually from home
September 22, 2020
Some students who chose to stay home have searched for ways to stay connected to their peers socially and academically through social media and First-Year Interest Groups.