The Student Dean’s office coordinates all undergraduate advising in the College. Students are strongly encouraged to visit an advisor in their major at least once a semester.
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Take full advantage of your college experience by getting involved in the College of Education’s diversity-related student groups.
- The Association for Black Psychologists
- Bilingual Education Student Organization (BESO)
- Health Promotion Club - Facebook, Instagram
- Higher Education Leadership and Policy Student Association (HELPSA)
- Minorities in Education
- Student Council for Exceptional Children (SCEC)
For nursing mothers and for others requiring rest for medical reasons related to a non-contagious condition.
Located on the 1st floor of the Sánchez building, across from Al Kiva.
Counselors in Academic Residence Program (CARE)
CARE is UT Counseling and Mental Health Center program that was created in collaboration with the Office of the Provost. CARE’s primary mission is to provide access to mental health support for students who are struggling emotionally and/or academically. The College of Education CARE counselor, Toby LeBlanc, has office hours for College of Education students from 1 p.m. – 2 p.m. on Tuesdays and Wednesdays in SZB 212E. Toby’s phone number is (512) 232-6862 – please leave a message.
A university-wide initiative focused on promoting faculty gender equity.
Advances faculty diversity by working to remove barriers, ensure fairness in university policies and practices, and to facilitate an inclusive climate of advancement and growth for all faculty.
Works with a broad range of student, faculty, staff, and community constituents to help The University of Texas at Austin connect its intellectual resources to communities across Texas and offer education to those who may face the greatest challenges in accessing it.
Provides leadership and support around Title IX regulations and implement best practices for preventing sexual discrimination and gender-based violence at the University of Texas at Austin.
The Office of the Faculty Ombuds at The University of Texas at Austin provides faculty with a prompt and professional way to resolve conflicts, disputes, or complaints beyond turning to their supervisors. The office assists faculty with any work-related difficulty, including interpersonal conflict or misunderstandings, as well as academic or administrative concerns.
Staff in the Student Ombuds Office listen to students’ concerns about life at the university and confidentially discuss interpersonal difficulties, university policies, university bureaucracy, and conflict resolution techniques.