Angie Hoffman

Chief Business Officer

Angie Hoffman

Angie Hoffman oversees the business operations, human resources, finance and financial planning of the College of Education. Since joining the college in 2012, she has held key financial and human resources positions, including the establishment of the College of Education Research Administration (COERA) unit, which assists faculty and graduate students in submitting research proposals, coordinating award documentation and providing post-award administration.

Hoffman has in-depth experience managing sponsored projects, core funding and endowments, as well as extensive knowledge of human resource functions. She has coordinated special business initiatives that have college-wide affect such as strategic organizational alignment, the development of business policies and procedures, and serving as the Workday implementation lead. Hoffman also participates on numerous university committees, working closely with eBITS, central HR, and the CFO portfolio providing input on various university-wide strategic planning projects and initiatives.

Hoffman received a bachelor’s degree from The University of Texas at Austin and a Master of Business Administration (MBA) from St. Edward’s University. 

Contact Us

Mailing Address
College of Education
1912 Speedway, Stop D5000
Austin, Texas 78712
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Dean’s Office Units Intranets (Wikis)

Business Policies and Procedures: for college staff and faculty
Research Administration: for college faculty 
Sánchez Facilities/Building Resources: for college faculty and staff (UT EID required)
Marketing and Communications: for college faculty and staff
Field Experiences: for students, cooperating teachers, coordinators and field supervisors involved in the Professional Development Sequence for future teachers
Tutorials from the Information Technology Office

Emergency Contacts

University of Texas Police Department – Call 911
Behavior Concerns Advice Line – Call 512-232-5050 
Title IX Office – for reporting violence, misconduct, harassment, or discrimination